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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... over fantastic Italian wine, food and service. Randy failed to convince Dave of the merits of an ice cold Bud, however the night was a grand success, with laughter ringing throughout the restaurant. Our last day in Tahoe happened to coincide with Ange's birthday. It started out with a surprise cruise on the paddle steamer the MS Dixie which launched from Paul's former place of work at Zephyr Cove along Tahoe picturesque east shore. Just beating ...
Lake Tahoe is famous for its many ski resorts, but a lot of people some time forgot how wonderful it is during the summer time. The lake is crystal clear and cool which is very refreshing in hot summer days. There are tones of things you can do in summer, hiking, mountain biking, water sports, or just hang out at the beach.
One of the beach we love it the Sand Harbor Park in ...
... and execute several exhibits in the small building's main lobby each year. I got ideas for these shows from things happening on campus, from local artists and events, and from whatever I thought might be interesting (all with a UNR connection, of course). It was great fun.
The oldest part of campus features this glorious Quad, where commencement is held every year. Echoing a similar space at the University of VIrginia, it features some of the ...
... in Reno and often in Vegas, is that even though kids can't gamble, they are able to walk through the casino and therefore can eat in any restaurant in the casino. Last night we ate at the buffet and at breakfast we ate at the café. There is a seafood restaurant, a fancy steak house and nice Asian Restaurant but we opt for the café again since we just want a quiet dinner ...
... We had hoped to get Molly there to see the work they do, but we arrived THREE minutes after closing time. Fortunately for us, one of the volunteers, Raya, was still there and she was kind enough to let us view their patients from the main viewing area and spend another 30-45 minutes talking to us all about the Center's work, conservation, rescue and the work of the veterinarians and biologists there. What had appeared to be ...