Extended Stay America - Reno - South Meadows
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... efforts convey some of the grandeur, and you enjoy as much as we did!
... redwood forests. Think I was the only person on the roads. Think most we're still recovering from all the Labour Day parties. The scenic route to Reno was going to take me over 6 hours, however, it was well worth it! Drove through some very pretty towns, and the gorgeous Tahoe National Forest. When I finally arrived, I was absolutely knackered! Stayed at the Peppermint Casino ...
... morning! The cars were still being brought into their places of display and I can tell you that most of those beautiful cars are not running stock motors and maybe not even a handful have street legal engines. The majority do not have a minor paint flaw, a ripple in their sheet metal or a drop of oil, nor a fingerprint where it does not belong. Some of those vehicles are worth multiple hundreds of thousands of dollars. I will tell you, if you like vintage autos and ...
... ceiling in the living room.
Furnishings were carefully chosen by Mrs. Knight to enhance and carry out the Scandinavian theme. "Selma" the clock, one of the most striking pieces stands in the entry hall. Many antiques were purchased for the home in the Scandinavian countries. Some pieces which Mrs. Knight greatly admired were in museums in Norway and Sweden and not available for purchase. When she encountered such problems, she hired craftsmen ...
... traveling for a couple of hours and would like to stop and stretch. Jil is holding out for a rest stop. I remind her that most rest stops are located on interstate highways and very few are on U.S. highways, especially those as remote as this one. In this neck of the woods you take what you are given, meaning gravel turnouts. We take advantage of a couple of them.
We continue our drive through country that seems like it can't have more than one human resident per 100 ...