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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South Lake Tahoe This was never really part of our plan either but as we were only about 4 hours away we thought we would take a trip there! We arrived around noon and after spending a long time looking for a parking space we had a nice walk around the South part ...
... the saloon we visited several gift shops and stumbled upon the “Mormon Station State Historical Park”, a recreation of the first building in the area, where we had a very nice conversation with the museum director who gave us a lot of good historical information on the area. After dinner we returned to the casino for some more slot action, where Valerie had anothergood night.
... site of the first major silver deposit discovery in the U.S. in 1859. First we had a guided tour of the Fourth Ward School Museum, the last U.S. school of its kind still standing. Local students attended from 1876-1936 and in 1986 it became the museum it is today. It included a 1876 classroom with original desks on the lower floor. There were also exhibits of mining, ...
Chris and Shannon had to work Saturday. Since we didn't have a car that could haul the kids around town, they went to their grandpa Bill's. I let Dustin sleep in until 9:30 then I dragged him out of bed with the day already mapped out and planned.
We visited Chris at his work. He REALLY wanted us to have a gun for protection on our road trip (and for life). Since I don't feel comfortable having a gun in the ...
... towns on the road, but none had any cafes or diners, none the less a restaurant open between 7 and 8am. Finally we arrived in Eureka, NV. And EUREKA!!! There was a diner open. Finally about 9:30am we had breakfast.
During our drive we passed over many mountain ranges from 6,000 to 8,000 ft. and down through many valleys, but never got below 4,000 ft. (we're still higher then good’ol Diablo).
At about 3:30pm we were rolling into ...