Hampton Inn & Suites Reno
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... our table with a couple from San Francisco and they told us a lot about the wonderful national parks in America, I wish we could go to see them but I really don't think we will be able to afford another trip to the US it has proven very expensive. We spent our day in our roomette mainly because some Dutch people boarded the train in Grand junction and they have proven to be very rude and arrogance people. The scenery ...
... moved onto ‘the strip’ which is kind of cool I imagine it looks how Vegas looked 20 or 30 years ago the casinos are smaller bar a couple of more modern ones and the neon lights are old school. We went to Harrahs and another couple of casinos but the night was a bit a flat, the bars weren’t particularly buzzing and we weren’t getting drunk for whatever reason.
We ended up at a club within one of the casinos were outside they ...
... for the laying of new carpet, placement of cable TV boxes and transporting as much of our ****.... er precious belongings that could be stuffed in her Acadia.
Our home in California was put up for sale in late March. It will take some time for it to sell. While Jil was in Reno I maintained the house and the 1.5 acres of lawns and planters as well as packed all of my garage related things. In between all ...
So much to do, so little time. We drove along a winding road that snaked through green pine forests until we arrived at the start of the gondola lift. The resort area,was dominated by a very large black woolly mammoth statue and the car park,area was cordoned off in preparation for the bluegrass festival to be held the following day. The $19 gondola pass provided us with a gondola bubble to ourselves and the most spectacular views imaginable. Would love to revisit in ...
... dry like the Sierras.
At the campground tonight, Torston was able to take out a canoe and paddle in the shallow creek that meanders along the back of the area where we are camped. He reported that he saw four deer, three raccoons, and a muskrat. I think he will have time to do a little more exploring tomorrow morning while Grandpa fixes two drawers which I managed to put too much weight ...