Ramada Reno Hotel and Casino
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... I am not only talking about rocks and boulders, but some of these pieces are as big as a house. And some have fallen into the river bed below. One part of the road has been blocked for years where a rock slide destroyed it and temporary bridges had to be built to move traffic around it. They are still working on it, as they were three years ago.
Inside the park we located the highway that crosses through and found ...
... a robot will be in the future.
The plan for the night was to go out and get drunk, we have nothing to do tomorrow but lie around a pool so it made sense. Unfortunately it didn’t quite pan out right. We had been given a little book of vouchers to use in our casino on drinks and games. I managed to lose $15 plus the bonus vouchers I’d got in two spins on roulette and the drinks although cheap were disgusting ‘well drinks’. From ...
... making their way along the California Trail. Gold was discovered near Virginia City in 1850 which contributed to the community's growth, but the discovery of silver in 1859 at the Comstock Lode lead to a mining rush.
To provide a necessary connection between Virginia City and the California Trail the enterprising Charles Fuller built a log toll bridge across the Truckee River. A small community that would service travelers and miners ...
... just my friends drink looks so good I gotta get one"
they got to see a pretty lame show where a dad and son and daughter jumped on a trampoline. it was very exciting. so all in all their reno vacation was very much worth the extra 30 mile drive and raina def. recommends you take a trip to reno. did we mention we got 5 free dollars to play with and raina won 40 dollars off of it.
then she gambled it all away. such is life ...
... and the next three days were filled with eating, drinking and chores. Laundry, maintenance on Blue and catching up on this blog were priorities. Mostly we stayed around Chris’ compound, enjoying home cooked meals, beer and late night libations in front of the fire off of the patio.
Chris and I did some paint and body work on Blue. I have had some close encounters with trees over the past ...