Howard Johnson Express Inn S. Lake Tahoe
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We decided to go to Tahoe using a Worldmark deal. We stayed the night in El Dorado with Robin on December 29th to help break up the drive. We left bright and early to drop JT off at Heavenly daycare and we went boarding. Well we happened to go on a day where it's Tahoes coldest and windiest. We only did a few runs because only 2 lifts were opened, Stagecoach and comet. The visibility was so bad and he wind was worse. When there was a gust of wind, it was impossible to see. It ...
... up meeting up with them that night at Harrah's. I'm probably the only one who was so fascinated by this, but the Lake Tahoe Boulevard connects Nevada and California. So we ate dinner in Cali, and then walked two minutes up the road and went to a casino in Nevada. Too cool. We met some interesting guys in the casino, as usual, but it was a lot of fun. Not I mention we didn't pay for a single drink all night! Whoop whoop. We went ...
... to Heavenly unsure of the quality and quantity of snow. Most of the lifts were open and the intermediate and main trails had good snow. Gary was a bit disappointed because there wasn't a lot of off piste action and most of the advanced stuff was closed. I didn't mind as I could quite happily ski from the top to the bottom and the views were awesome. The best part was we hardly skiied the same place twice as the mountain is huge even compared with Cadrona. It was busy on ...
Jalen's 1st trip to tahoe was horrible. We went through a timeshare offer and the resort was so bad we left 1 day early! We saw our presentation which was horrible experience and checked out early. The room was small, dingy and so outdated. No AC as well and it was hot. We went to the Lake which was nice and Jalen dipped his feet in for the 1st time. He wasn't a fan because it was too cold. ...
... Lennart Palme, a Swedish architect, to design the plans.
In the summer of 1928 Mrs. Knight and the Palmes traveled to Scandinavia to gather the ideas they wanted to incorporate in Vikingsholm. Vikingsholm was completed in the fall of 1929 and occupied by Mrs. Knight, her staff of 15 and many guests in June of 1930. Mrs. Knight enjoyed 15 summers at Vikingsholm. She always had a home full of guests to share this magnificent summer home with her. ...