Holiday Inn Reno-Sparks
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Airport Transportation
- Microwave in room
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Heading back to the MOTORHOME we had a beautiful site...3 snow topped mountain peaks that are north of Lake Tahoe. I stopped and bought a lavender plant...countdown is on, how long will it live!! From our campsite we could see some homes up on a ridge of the mountain so we drove thru an area that we thought it was it and we found it...their view was fantastic as you could see the buildings in Reno, Sparks and the few pieces of green (trees) in the ...
... car rental assured me there were no SUV's with DVD players, I searched the lot until I found what I was looking for. A 2014 GMC Tahoe with, guess what? A DVD player. Which meant I had to return to the counter and without showing up Mr. Counter Check-in Guy ask if the rental located n space K-10 was available and if he would allow me to switch it with the 2011 Yukon they assigned to me. Request accepted, I was my children's hero again. A great start to ...
... at the wood work and all the time that had to be spent doing the reconstruction to bring it back to this condition… today, this kind of wood work would be done on a CNC machine center.. but they paid the costs to have them sent out and repaired and replaced with people who did the work by hand.... So please take the time to see the beautiful ...
... smooth and easy. We drifted up to about 1200 feet where we just sat, suspended. It was a beautiful morning with blue skies and fog rolling in over the distant mountains. We chose the best day, as the previous two mornings were canceled due to weather. The pilot maneuvered the balloon so that we could see different views of the valley. We saw lots of vineyards, mountains, gorgeous homes, stables, and a bird’s eye view of the ...
... so the geometry changed very rapidly.
It very soon became clear that the loading had to go in pretty much one way and one way only.
The following pictures show how it got done. Essentially the suitcases went in first in a certain way, the backpacks with binoculars went into tiny spaces left to the side of the suitcases, the litter box, and wine went on the bottom, the zippered bags went in, followed by ...