Homewood Suites by Hilton Reno
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... stay at Ruby's Inn or the Redwood Motel, and buy groceries at Buster’s Market. Smaller than one-light towns, they exuded a charm of the west…rural, peaceful and quaint.
We drove through Carson City, and stopped to snap a few photos of the capitol building before completing our drive in Reno. We checked into our hotel around 4 PM…no upgrade today, just the room we reserved. Tomorrow we head for Salt Lake ...
... coffee in my room and not bloody decaf! I noticed loads of police cars across the road, but never thought much of it until I saw the news. Police had shot two guys trying to rob a CVS (chemist). Sadly one died. Decided to give Reno nightlife a miss, and get room service, and an early night. I watched the Inbetweeners 2. What a pile of steaming poo! Time to sleep, long drive ...
... we eat lunch.
We like the decor in these older casinos more than many of the more modern ones. Just our preference, I suppose, as it brings back memories of how they used to look many years ago.
After an enjoyable lunch we went out to view those great cars for the last time. The crowds are getting larger. We are glad that we decided to go early! We really enjoyed our first Hot August Nights and now to home.
... packed up to move. Aaron had done so much to this house: new lighting, sound system, windows, floors, kitchen, bathrooms, etc, etc. This is the end of their kitchen/dining room: Aaron rebuilt the hearth and bench, added the mantle and built-in cabinetry and refrigerator, and installed the gorgeous stonework. So lovely! He also installed my kitchen last year and did an outstanding job.
And from there, unbelievable as it seemed, I headed home.
... at 60 mph which is under the maximum speed for the ST-rated trailer tires on our coach. We are designated slow pokes. The truckers blow by us like we are standing still.
The scenery east of Reno is much like what we have seen today with the exception of the Rye Patch State Recreation Are, a reservoir that is mostly hidden from view by a small rise and the dry, white mineral and/or salt laden Humboldt Lake. Twenty miles east of Reno the interstate enters a canyon that ...