Hilton Garden Inn Reno
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... travels. Tomorrow we hope to hit the old mint, which is now the Nevada State Museum. I hope to get a few decent photos to share with you on Flickr... http://www.flickr.com/photos/ralphieboy o/
That's it for today... Except for our dinner last night: we had Wolf Burgers and mashed potatoes. No actual wolves were harmed in the making of our dinner.
See you soon on the continuation of The ...
... a BBQ dinner, filled up the gas tank one last time, and checked into our hotel where we have a second floor room with a balcony overlooking the inner court yard swimming pool. Yes, we got to swim twice today in two different pools.
All that swimming has paid off, as was our intent. In that public pool in ...
... of some bat species.
The tour was fantastic, and the tour guide was knowledgeable and very pleasant. I took dozens of photos, none of which are worth being shared with you. You'll just have to take my word for how wonderful it was. I did find a few NPS photos, which I've left in a slide show below.
My trip to Reno took most of the day and featured some very impressive weather. Not only did my GPS come up to tell me "severe ...
... as the one in San Antonio, TX. If one has the inclination to gamble the ever present Nevada casinos and associated hotels line the main boulevards.
As early as the 1850"s farmers settled in the fertile valley area known as Truckee Meadows. Then enterprising individuals began to offer merchandise to pioneers passing through on their way to Kal-i-fornia. In 1850 gold was discovered in the area near Virginia City but the discovery of silver in 1859 ...
... when the public needed matters of thrilling interest for breakfast.” From Mark Twain's Letters from Washington, Number IX, Territorial Enterprise, March 7, 1868.
One thing Bill pointed out was the “Unblindfolded Statue of Justice” that graces the courthouse, a truth; I saw her myself. I’m not so sure about the funeral parade for the town’s most famous “lady” but ...