Staybridge Suites Reno Nevada
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Today began at 8 AM and 70 degrees under clear blue skies. And it was a perfect day for what we had planned. We left Mariposa and headed for Yosemite National Park. We were here three years ago and only got to the south side of the park. So we decided to drive west to east, thru the park and out the other side, crossing the Sierra Mountains and seeing areas of the park we had not seen. We drove through Sierra National Forest, ...
... stand at the bar serving tacos. We have seen tacqueria’s everywhere but not once have we tried them yet. To me tacos are crispy shell crisps holding mince meat. I couldn’t be bothered going into the hotel so decided to try these, they were like tiny fajitas rather than crisps and they actually tasted ok even if it was basically just a greasy wrap with **** chicken in it. I suspect there are better examples out there.
We left the ...
History Of Reno
Before the arrival of the pioneers Native Americans called this area home. The Washoe people, although relatively small in numbers, were the main tribe but Paiute and Shoshone also frequented the area. They gathered pinion pine nuts for sustenance in the winter. Roots, seeds, berries, and game provided much of the food the rest of the year. Fishing was also a large part of Washoe life as each family had their own ...
So we realized reno was like a quick one hour jolt from lake Tahoe and actually only 30 miles out of our way from where we had to go anyways, and raina realized she had only ever driven through reno with her mom when she was 10 but never actually stopped there so she wanted to go. shes also a closet gambling addict and a heavy drinker and savannah well she jut enjoys driving so what a perfect place for the girls to go, the biggest little city ...
... National Forest, is the lack of bathrooms. Most rest stops here are national park controlled and so bathrooms are locked up. The "villages" we pass consist of ancient looking gas stations and a small store ...