Silver Queen Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSilver Queen Hotel Virginia City
Old hotel, friendly staff, above the Silver Queen Saloon. Small rooms, no air conditioning, but fans were provided. Rooms are clean. When a problem was reported it was fixed within the hour. So the service is good.
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We had some cereal in our room and went to the bakery next door for some coffee. Sat outside and watched some workmen replace a post along the boardwalk. Watched is a loose word, it's more like harassed the workmen. We all had a good time. This help pass the time until the shops started opening which is when we went to the Visitors Center. I found …
We were up around 8am this morning and went over to the Mustang Ranch for breakfast. Both of us had the basic meal—Eggs, Hash browns, bacon (fried crispy) and toast. Good coffee good meal. We sat and enjoyed our coffee after we finished eating waiting for the establishments to open somewhere between 10am and 11am. Dave wanted to go back AGAIN …
I awoke around 6:15am and looked at the blue sky, knew we needed an early start. We finished packing our last items, ate cereal for breakfast and left Lava Hot Springs around 8:10am. If the weather was like yesterday we wanted to get a good head start. So glad we did. Since it was nice and sunny with only a few clouds in the sky we decided to take …
What a day!
We started eastward today! We stopped at beautiful Lake Tahoe for a swim. (Derek wants me to point out that I swam and HE drew on a rock. Boring.) Then we made it to Virginia city in time for us to go on a mine tour and go get MAJORLY hammered at the saloon!
(Derek says I have to tell you that that is a vicious lie …
... head and the lack of sleep the night before is making me imagine things.
Indeed I do have a headache and feel tired, and just want this section to end. The surface is now undulating slightly, and just as I get to the crest of one mound, certain that this is near the end, I see that there is at least another kilometre or so spreading out ahead of me. Eventually, however, I see the hut and campsite in a green gully with a stream down below.