Sunnyside Restaurant and Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Today we took a drive around the western rim of the lake....absolutely beautiful.,Lots of very narrow roadways with no shoulder and hairpin curves. The jeep handled it well. We stopped off at Vista Point overlooking Emerald Bay... Absolutely stunning. Took some pictures. We drove on to Tahoe City and had lunch at Blue Agave.. A very good ...
... controlling my speed in between. We had 3 instructors LIZ - they were all nice! I don't want to go to ski school again tomorrow :( Olivia's report: I was so excited when I out my skis on. I wasn't the one bit nervous. All I felt was really excited and I couldn't wait to start. Before we could start we had to learn all the basic things like fries (parallel skis) and pizza (braking/triangle). After that we were ready to ...
... snow that trapped the Donner Party in late October of 1846. Pioneer Monument marks the spot of one of the fateful cabins. The Emigrant Museum was also interesting with history of the Native Americans and transcontinental railroad as well as the Donner Party story.
Upon arrival in Tahoe City we checked in to our lovely small hotel, The Pepper Tree Inn. Our 5th floor rooms had a ...
... traveled were not exactly packed with fellow cyclists. The tourism season was well behind them, and they had some spectacular breakdowns. The sidewall of their front tire blew out in the middle of nowhere and they didn't have a spare or a bike shop anywhere nearby. So they hitch-hiked into the nearest town and tried to patch the tire with duct-tape and superglue. That repair lasted about 6 km. Not bad for duct-tape and superglue but not good enough to get them into the next ...
... left it out to make up lost time. What a mistake that would have been! Crater Lake (Oregon) is quiet striking with its impossibly blue water; some of the clearest in the world. The crater formed when Mt Mazama exploded through fissures that described a ring around the cone; the mountain collapsed inwards, and the cone dropped into the center like a descending piston to create what is now an island. Thousands of years of rain and snow created the lake within the crater; it ...