Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Reno
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... 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 ...
... s economy. Reno grew and prospered becoming the principal settlement on the transcontinental railroad between Sacramento and Salt Lake City.
Early in the 20th century silver mining boom wained. Reno city survived, unlike former mining metropolises such as Virginia City which stood as little more than ghost towns. In 1931 open gambling was legalized and divorce laws were relaxed. Reno became a very popular place to obtain a divorce. Ernie ...
... br> Down at the lake they had a floating pier which was very cool and we walked out on it and when we looked in the water it was all sparkling with gold because all through the sand is fools gold so it makes the sand sparkle under the water, it was very beautiful. Madi was amazed and wanted to bring back some sand but Daddy didn't think it would make it through customs! We tried the water and it was very cold.
So back to ...
... grade. The RV began missing and running rough, and Bob was seriously considering whether we should go back to Boise. When he mentioned something about it seemed like it might be an electrical problem, I asked him what would happen if we turned on the generator. He tried that and the RV responded much better. It did not miss as much--only if we were in a steep grade and he hadn't geared down enough--so we opted to head on toward Winnemucca. ...
... But lots to see, Mt. Rushmore, Crazy Horse. From South Dakota we'll head to Montana, Wyoming, Idaho, Washington, and down the Oregon Coast. We meet up with the Drury's in Rapid City. I have a slight Detour to Seattle for Jan's 70th birthday party. More blogs along the way. Excited to get back on the ...