Tahoe Biltmore Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... saw what looked like a giant tree with giant balls hanging. Random. I snapped a picture. Finally we entered Nevada and THEN things got desolate. Lots of prisons but not a lot of anything else. Oh not only did we see snow in the mountains of Utah but also in Nevada. It was amazing to be driving in 100 degree weather and see snow up there. Finally we rolled into Sparks Nevada and checked in to the Nugget! The kids once again enjoyed burning ...
... it was just a judgement call. My only real worries about the place I'm at is that the sprinklers might go off and reach my home, or that some office person will take a good look out there window in the morning and see me. I am currently in my way to Reno nevada, where I'll live and have. Trail maintenance job for the next 3 months. The hitching there didn't go the best today though. I did get 130 miles but I did a hell of a lot of standing around. I got around slowly again this ...
... unsuccessful) ..... luckily I brought so many clothes ..... not so lucky for David, but he is managing..... It's a guy thing(Lol !!!!)
Had beautiful delicious king crag legs for dinner, which we had bought at the supermarket. Was fun trying to crack them open without the proper utensils but we managed.... and it was worth ...
We took a different route back along a pathway, longer and up hill all the way but worth it.
We circumnavigated Lake Tahoe, the southern end was full of resorts, restaurants and shops all for the tourists, the Northern end was more up market.
In the evening we checked out a couple of the nearby casinos, unbelievable, the dreadful smell of cigarettes smoke, made it ...
... in regards to the mountainous windy roads I have driven over the past week, and I can categorically state that Colorado's Independence Pass is a doddle compared to some of the roads through Death Valley, Yosemite, and through the Sierra Nevada ranges. There are some serious curves and bends on these roads that appear to hang off the sides of the mountains in parts. However, the surface of the roads is excellent throughout, which makes the task ...