Homewood Suites by Hilton Reno
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... I’d won it and some old woman talking to me about nothing in particular.
The evening was a bit more rememberable, Microsoft Word informs me rememberable isn’t a word but it feels like it should be if it isn’t. We decided to go for buffet at the main upmarket casino and take out the camera to get what pictures we can of the strip. As good as my camera is it isn’t great with night photos, or rather I’m not great. The ...
... 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 ...
... Off Road Racing
Octane Fest- Drag Racing, motocross, sprint cars, monster trucks
Redneck Rodeo Truck Show
FullDome Planetarium Shows
Valhalla Renaissance Fair
Sew Original Quilt and Creative Expo
Reno Aces 3A Baseball Games
Adventure Sports Week- trail running, mountain biking, triathalon, swimming
Reno Rodeo- third largest rodeo in the nation
USAF Arm Wrestling National Championships
High Desert Prairie Festival- roots ...
... and lovely walking trails.
It's a delightful space that has nothing to do with gambling or casinos, but is all about families and kids and being outside and trees and rushing water. They really did it right.
That night, Patty's sister Debbie, her husband Frank, and their newly married daughter Laura came to dinner. Scott grilled a yummy assortment of huge shrimp, scallops, chicken bits, and sausages that were delicious. Patty ...
... traveling for a couple of hours and would like to stop and stretch. Jil is holding out for a rest stop. I remind her that most rest stops are located on interstate highways and very few are on U.S. highways, especially those as remote as this one. In this neck of the woods you take what you are given, meaning gravel turnouts. We take advantage of a couple of them.
We continue our drive through country that seems like it can't have more than one human resident per 100 ...