Hampton Inn & Suites Carson City
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... be. What a wonderful,pair of people. We were both welcomed with open arms and extended a great American hospitality. After freshening up (after my Pepsi shower) we headed into Reno to the rib cook off. Vendors cook and compete for the best ribs and best sauce. First stop Awesome Aussie and guess what .... He knew the optometrist from Glenbrook. The ribs from Chicago were best. There were stalls selling art and craft as well as deep,fried pickles. Hmm. All on all, a great ...
... They have a really nice Casino/Hotel/RV Resort called the Grand Sierra Resort - I highly recommend it!
Lucky for me, our dear friend, D's, parents live in Carson City, NV and graciously agreed to host me for this leg of the trip. It is always fun to spend time with them and tonight was no exception! D's Aunt Mary had tacos (my ...
... ink. One "Cheating Devices" explained how a certain leg movement could direct a prearranged card to be slipped up your sleeve and into your palm.
Dog fights, fist fights and cock fights were popular. Nowadays, they hold the world famous Ferrari races through the Virginia City hills.
Another touristy theme is everything named "Bonanza" - restauants, saloons, trinket shops, livery stable, shoot-'em-up corals, etc. The Ponderosa ranch was located here (but it ...
... than it would have looked, but I back flipped and hit my head on the snow very ******* the way down. (Actually, it looked pretty spectacular. He flipped upside down and threw up a whole cloud of powder that obscured his landing, but it cleared into him in a little heap clutching his head.) It took the wind out of my sails in more ways than one, I lost some confidence and was very sore – and learned why you should always wear a helmet while boarding. I woke up the next day with ...
... They are known for some impressive avalanches. After yesterday I was prepared for the steepness. This time, though, it was sustained for the entire pitch.