Homewood Suites by Hilton Reno
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... Merced River, deep in a canyon, for over an hour. The scenery was spectacular. The hills were yellow with rock faces poking out of them and the roads in places were lined with trees…soft wood and hard wood…at times creating a canopy over the road, shielding us from the early morning sun. In places there were huge rocks hanging over the road, balanced precariously on ledges, threatening to fall but still secure in ...
... 3 had a shower then went for a bit more of a wander around the actual town/city opposed to the central casino bit. It’s actually a pretty nice place by the river and you can be forgiven for forgetting there’s a downmarket Vegas behind us. We had a beer in a pretty decent bar, probably the best we’ve been too for quite a bit, since Portland perhaps. We then moved to an upmarket restaurant bar that clearly didn’t actually want us to ...
... They wintered in the valleys and spent much of the warmer months in the mountains around Lake Tahoe.
The Washoe people and the neighboring Northern Paiute were culturally and linguistically very different. They occasionally had conflicts. As a result they were, at times, enslaved by the Paiutes. Washoe people did not have sustained contact with people of European culture until the 1848 California Gold Rush. Washoe resistance to incursions ...
... br> its all true!!!! you can indeed drink for free all day while gambling at the penny slots!!!!!!!
que suerte!!!!!! que divertido!
also, rainas friend from middle school lives in reno so they met up at circus circus for about a half hour and that was cool.
raina and savannah played penny slots for like 5 hours and drank like 7 free drinks each. lucky for them the waitresses stopped actually putting liquor in ...
... no great bathroom stops. Eventually, we find a state run site and it has a great brand new, squeaky clean bathroom facility -- the national parks usually offer you a pit toilet. Guess it worked out ok.