Staybridge Suites Reno Nevada
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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I have virtually no notes on this day. In fact of all the notes I've made in the ten months I’ve spent travelling over the last few years this is the one that has the absolute least ever. I can’t even properly remember anything that happened this day. My assumption is we woke up and had breakfast around the pool again. We then laid around the pool for an extended period of time. I gambled I remember winning some money but then losing it all as ...
... a robot will be in the future.
The plan for the night was to go out and get drunk, we have nothing to do tomorrow but lie around a pool so it made sense. Unfortunately it didn’t quite pan out right. We had been given a little book of vouchers to use in our casino on drinks and games. I managed to lose $15 plus the bonus vouchers I’d got in two spins on roulette and the drinks although cheap were disgusting ‘well drinks’. From ...
... Reno Street Food- Party in the Park
Biggist little wing fest- chicken wings
Reno River Festival- pro kayaking
Chili on the Comstock- 40 of the best chili chefs compete
Nevada Junior Livestock Show
USA National Championship Team Handball
Reno Wine Walk- wine tasting
Acting and Songwriting workshops
Hot August Nights Show and Shinr- Hotrods and Classic car Show/ Barrett-Jackson Car Auction
Street Vibrations Motorcycle Rally
... catching up on a variety of paperwork and other long-delayed tasks. I did take a break at lunch, however, and walked down to the Riverwalk.
The Truckee River runs through the heart of downtown Reno. Once an overlooked and neglected eyesore, it's been transformed into a beautiful and welcoming park, complete with mini rapids and a slow-moving children's area. There're also a wonderful stage area where music of all sorts is heard, a plethora ...
... now traversing between tall volcanic peaks and ancient lava flows. We go down a rather steep section of windy road until we reach the Owyhee River, then head back up to higher country.
Off to the west is a rather small but very tall snow capped mountain range. I wish I knew its name for sure but I believe it is Steens Mountain, appropriately called "Snowy Mountain" by an early pioneer, a 50 mile long single mountain, not a range, that rises to 9733 feet.