Silverland Inn & Suites
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Indoor pool
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... program on an iPad. Such a contrast from the original days of the town...
After lunch we walked the main street and checked out the shops, noting that they are same as most revitalized Ghost Towns...shops with googaws and such. We bought some severely over price and under flavored taffy in one after being hustled in by a sidewalk "bait man." Later we bought some more reasonably priced fudge. It wasn't as good as what we make at Christmas ...
... and the original train yard. I even saw some wild Mustangs, however I was unable to get their pictures because of the trees getting in the way. Which was too bad because I tried to get one of both of the horsed rearing up together. Back at the depot we caught a taxi (glorified golf cart) back up to the main street. I got off as soon as we got to the street and Dave decided to go back to the Silver Queen. We parted ways. I walked up ...
... didn’t go that way.
Onward, since we were making good time and our GPS indicated we could make Virginia City before 5pm. I called the Silver Queen Hotel and asked if we could extend our stay by one more night, tonight.
So here we are in a haunted hotel that was on Ghost Adventure 3 times. Wonder if we’ll get any uninvited guest in our room tonight.
When we got out of the car ...
... posed beautifully for the benefit of our cameras. Then it was on to Reno and the huge outdoors store, Cabelas. To get into the store you have to pass by a couple of guys and check your guns! We picked up a few things we needed and then headed for home, a quick clean up and then out to dinner at Barb and Don"s. We met another couple, Caryl and Dale who are neighbors of Bob and Roz. A delicious dinner and great ...
... part of the journey along the historic US 395. ...and before we sign off the fire pit is burning burning burning, check out the picture of tea!! :) PS: the photo of the guy with the dog is Bill (the camp host) and his yorkie Zoe. He's been so helpful while we've been here, he's bought us fire wood and charcoal for the BBQ, fixed our leaky water hose and generally looked after us RV ...