Quality Inn At Nevada State Capitol
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... cool in the temperature sense but as we came down by the lake it warmed up and we could spend the rest of the day driving with the roof down at around 50mph, anything faster and it’s too noisy/windy.
Our first stop was at a small beach by the lake were we laid down for a bit the water wasn’t really deep enough here to go in and the sand wasn’t so nice so we moved on after about 45 min. We nipped to a shop and picked ...
... too. I caught of whiff of sulphur. As we climbed, we drove past an alpine meadow with silver foliaged plants with pale purple stalk flowers. The plants were low growing and just above them on the mountainside lay massive lava fields of ejected tephra. The crumbled earth went on for miles. Crossing a wooden bridge, in the truck, mind you, there was a tan bubbling cauldron of sulfur smut that had burped up onto the railings of the bridge. This boiling mud ...
... under the famous “Reno Arch” to take pictures, but because of the large crowds we did not park and walk the streets. We had lunch in a city park by the Truckee River, and then took a short walk along the river, it was a beautiful setting. Like most areas that we have traveled through on this trip the general population of Reno are into physical activities as there are ...
... in, the place was crowded, a live band playing and few seats available. A couple of gents on either side of a vacant bar stool offered me a seat, one indicated I could sit in his lap! I took the bar stool and we ordered beer; John got a Bucket of Blood beer! Such a fascinating place: period décor and people in old west costumes, including bar maids and gunslingers! I ...
... us, Chris gave me a gift. It's a mace gun -- a pink mace gun -- that will shoot up to 20 feet away.
We then headed up the mountains to explore Virginia City - the historic Comstock Load town. It was strange reading all the bronze plaques, because I remembered learning all of this when I was in middle school @ Thurman White MS in Henderson, NV. It was gorgeous driving up the mountain. The high desert ...