La Quinta Inn Reno
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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- I got up at 10 am
- i ate breakfast in my car
- I was headed to Reno, NV
- I got to Reno at around 11
- The first place i headed was to the casino!!!
- i spent 200$ and won all of it back plus 25$
- After this i went to the Reno Animal Park
- The money I made earlier will probably pay for my next visit tomorrow..
- Next stop was Nevada museum of art.
- The next day ...
... on, but had some very fresh sign of what had to be Moose (worse than bear for wasting stupid tourists) and spent the rest of the trip wondering if this was (A) a reasonable plan or (B) ridiculous and arrogant, but were buoyed on by the fact that Davey Croquet did it. It was magic scenery and after making it to the lake edge to find the rest of the expedition we felt quite relieved and fully stoked!
Next few days were the original wilderness dream, or as close as we ...
... at Cal Poly, moved over to the Registrar's office after finishing her master's, and eventually retired as the Associate Registrar. Now that's making wise use of your staff and the skills and institutional knowledge they possess.
On Tuesday, we went to see "Maleficent" (which was surprisingly good) and had a fabulous lunch at Jazz, a "New Orleans experience." Then I loaded up my car and headed over to Patty and Scott's house in Southwest Reno.
... the warm pool and the "warmer still" waterfall pool. Lyndsey does decide to check out the "cool" pool and tells me it is almost as warm as the warm one. I spend a little more time in the hot tub while Lyndsey swims a bit more. It is very relaxing and the only uncomfortable time comes when you want to switch pools since it is indeed very chilly outside.
We head back ...
... silver-blue flashes on the Legislative lawn are an eye-catching sign of a larger effort for the children, and families, of Nevada.
Twitter topics I noted are “Mothers, Choose Your Partners Carefully,” and “Parents, Choose Your Children’s Caretakers Carefully.” See how you can get involved: http://nic.unlv.edu/pcan/pinwheels_for_ ...