Fairfield Inn & Suites Reno Sparks
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... are only barren hills. Oh well Terry was cold....
We made it to Sparks which is right next to Reno and our campground which is large with concrete pads and AstroTurf and trees to give you some green. We rested a few minutes after hooking up and then off we go to where else....the grocery store. We stopped in Reno since we are taking I-80 east and Summitt Racing has a cruise in on Friday nites and there is another one on Sunday. Went to the cruise in and ...
... Christmas for our family.
The sky is looking sort of weird so I wonder if that storm will appear. It was or felt sort of warm today but maybe it's because we have been in such cold weather. It was also pretty windy but I think that is common for this area.
Well, here we are still in Sparks and the snow did come so needless to say we will be here a couple of days longer. No worries, we have ...
... with a bell tower... it still has leaks and there was plastic over the pipe organ to keep the water out when it rains....
When we were there, they were getting ready for Easter and were putting out all the vestments on the alter... we were amazed at several things....
The pews all had doors on them.... so to enter the pew from ...
... hotel on Expedia. I hadn't recognized the name but when I got to my hotel it looked familiar. I was there earlier this year when I was on my way to Highway 50, The Loneliest Road In America. I checked in and went to my room for the ...
... 8217;d survived that train trip in Vietnam, almost 20 straight days of festivals in Europe, three weeks of Rio Carnival, and being lost up a Mountain in the snow in Argentina. I’d be right. But she assured me that Burning Man was situated in some of the harshest conditions I would ever encounter, and that there were essentials that I needed to buy. I figured she knew a lot more than I did about this festival so when we arrived at Reno I tagged along with ...