Ramada Reno Hotel and Casino
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... is called when the car bounces up and down, the cars looked insane and I can’t help but feel that it can’t be particularly comfortable bouncing up and down even whilst you’re stopped at lights. Having said that I doubt they’ve driven 8 hours to get here, in fact whenever you see these things on TV it’s rare there’s a family in them or that you see them on an interstate. Maybe there’s a gap in the market for a family ...
... s advertised Awful Awful burger. I wasn’t massively hungry but I’d heard about this burger so I wanted to get one after waiting with drunkards for a while we got it and I decided I wanted to take a picture of it so we rushed back to the hotel as we don’t generally take the camera out with us at night. When we got back the food was kind of cold and the picture looked like any normal squashed up burger. It tasted decent enough though…I ...
... the above events. Our new home has kept us busy, we have attended events within our own Sierra Canyon community, we've had friends and family visit from out of town. And don't forget we like to get out and explore!
We had a great visit with our daughter Amy, her hubby Rory and their kids David and Zoe. They went out of their way to visit with us and we sure do appreciate that! Even spent an a fun afternoon with an old fire buddy and his wife who happened ...
... Bay. I'd walked around it before, but had never gone inside.
This beautiful home was built for Mrs. Lora Knight by over 200 workmen over the summer of 1929. Outstanding features of the exterior include round granite boulders embedded in mortar typical of stone churches and castles built in the 11th century in Southern Sweden; massive hand-hewn timbers characteristics of those used by the early Norsemen; carvings around the doors adapted ...
... of Oregon and Nevada- and sports a gambling casino on the south side of town.
Civilization sort of creeps up on you as one travels south from McDermitt. I mentioned in my last post that Jordan Valley, OR only has two paved roads. Well, I think this portion of Nevada has one- the one on which we travel, U.S.95. Thirty miles down the road is a vestige of hope, the little burg of Orovada. It is not a town, it is a "census-designated place" with a population of 155 ...