Staybridge Suites Reno Nevada
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... explore it much.
It seems like a much tamer Vegas. There were Casinos and such, but we just didn't have time to check it out.
We checked into our a hotel, a Holiday Inn Express near the airport. The hotel was very nice and had very high ceilings in the hotel room and Justin enjoyed the echo.
We also went to eat an an Applebees, where I had a yummy but spicy shrimp salad and Justin had a burger.
Then we went back to the hotel and soaked a bit in the hot ...
... our own variation of the kids book “the Bear hunt” last few pages.
Naturally we bragged and talked it up to the rest of them but they couldn’t share our excitement fully and may have even been sceptical until the big fella wandered into camp five minutes later! And there was all our interestingly smelly gear and food spread round the fire in the midst of pack up chaos. The kids bolted in opposite directions into the forest until P took control ...
... portions. We have breakfast all worked out now I guess. After dinner we saw some city lights and then tucked into try our hand at gambling. We tried the slots and I soon got bored of them. I have wanted to try my hand at Black Jack but was always intimidated in the past. Tonight I went up to a dealer. Explained I was a noob and she walked me through a couple games. I was soon joined ...
... to head to the tables.
Lyndsey enjoys her night of watching The Walking Dead marathon. Patrick plays a few games of Pai Gow with me but has no luck so he heads to the poker room.. I have fairly good luck at the table and mange to double money. The table limit is only $5 ( I play $20 though),the dealers are relaxed and pleasant and the other patrons are chatty and ...
... make sure you see the pictures) and were told there was a week-long gathering in the desert called Burning Man 2012. Tens of thousands of participants gather in Nevada's Black Rock Desert, 120 miles north of Reno, to create Black Rock City, dedicated to "community, art, self-expression, and self-reliance". Everyone dresses funky (something like Woodstock), they have to bring in all their own food, water, masks for dust ...