Residence Inn Reno
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Heated pool
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... by President Theodore Roosevelt and were declared a National Natural Landmark in December 1954.
It is perhaps dicey taking a Norwegian to see waterfalls outside Norway, but these were pretty splendid and exceeded our expectations. We walked right to the bottom of the trail, and felt the invigorating cold spray from the waterfalls as we walked. The colour of the pool was azure and beautiful. The whole experience also afforded a steep walk back ...
... get on this trip, lots of fishing, relaxing and exploring our immediate surrounds. We encountered no other people except some hard out climbers who arrived at night and left before dawn. The only sign of man was a nearby bear proof cupboard, the only sign of bears was some chewed trees and more alarming was a carpet of grey/black fur surrounding a large pine a few paces from the camp. It was very easy to imagine a big old bear coming out of his winter cave to this lake ...
... elm trees west of the Rockies.
I had to admit that UNR -- and the moral outrage it engendered in me -- was a major impetus in my going to grad school in '92. I'd worked and taken courses (both as an employee and as a full-time student) at Cal Poly. As an employee, I'd paid nominal tuition fees. In contrast, UNR's employees are sorted into two castes: Academic staff were University employees; are (or at least were) paid ...
... Comstock Lode lead to a mining rush. A log toll bridge was built over the Truckee in 1859 order to provide goods to the mines. A small community developed near the bridge and the next thing ya know- RENO!
The Sierra Canyon complex is located on the western edge of Reno's city limits on a grass and brush covered hillside north of Interstate 80. Grocery stores are not too far away and downtown Reno can be reached in six minutes. One can be in the ...
... watching her speed.
Really nothing to report other than that we made it. The kidlets were fantastic. Raisins and ice lollies helped, as did the cd stories on the iPad. Dylan listened to the snowman about 50 times. Rich subjected us to his one and only cd purchase of our trip - The Beach Boys Greatest Hits! Rich did most of the entertaining, and had the children laughing at him playing a seat cushion as a guitar. Dylan was so impressed ...