Lexington Inn & Suites - Reno Airport
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... I’ve ever had in the space of a few days.
Next stop was Napa Valley for some wine tasting. I’m not a wine drinker but it was only a bit of a detour and Charlotte wanted to do it so it made sense. Soon as we got out of San Fran it got hot again rather than slightly cool and windy like in San Fran. I wasn’t sure if I was going to do the tasting/tour but the cost wasn’t ridiculous so I joined Charlotte and couple of ...
... me the signs and what to do at certain times. 4 hours later I'm walking back to the hotel room with $20,000 in my pocket. I met one of the greatest card counters in history Ace Kerry, he taught me the ways of card counting and how not to get caught by the pit bosses. I thanked him for the knowledge he gave me and left.
As some of you readers may recall we stopped in Reno last October on our way home from Idaho. The purpose was to explore the Reno area and investigate the Del Webb Sierra Canyon senior living community as a possible place to relocate. We felt a need for change. Thus began our search for a new location, a new home and a lifestyle that would allow more free time to do what we love to do- travel, explore, give back to the community ...
... time of Bill Harrah's death. The rest of the cars were sold at auction..
I was impressed as soon as I walked in the door and saw the 24kt gold-plated DeLorean DMC-12, one of three made. They have many other extremely rare cars in their collection. One that I was surprised to see was Buckminster Fuller's only surviving Dymaxion car. The car ...
... off the fuel here in town where we had a 50 cent off per gallon coupon that had to be used before Thursday, and pulled into our driveway at 1:10 pm.
We're home! Yes, we're still speaking. We enjoyed our trip and hope you've enjoyed traveling with us vicariously. We have certainly seen almost every kind of terrain possible on this trip--desert to rain forest, sea level to high mountain peaks, flat straight roads to rolling hills and ...