The Ritz-Carlton, Lake Tahoe
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... We split up into East Coast is the Least Coast (everyone from the Midwest or California) and Wicked Pissah (or something like that… all the guys from the East coast). It was a great time, and in the end Least Coast knew a LOT more about the category “soup,” leaving Wicked Pissah in last place. We had a really fun time and headed back to the site for a fire with the group afterwards. There was a huge meteor shower going ...
... and we settled down to a sunny cruise up into the hills. The traffic was light for a working day and we made good time, arriving at the apartment at 12.30. A quick unpacking followed our arrival and we grabbed our beach things and headed off to Kings Beach.
Our first stop was Safeway to buy a sandwich meal for lunch before heading for the main car park. There are major road ...
... she might like to have that for later. The bride and her dad John led the dancing,and apparently John had asked all the groomsmen and bridesmaid to jump in after the first song in the medley he had choses. Then floor clears for the groom and his mother, Chris, with the same mob jumping in after the first song of the medley she chose. And then the dancing began, really good band and everyone had a ball, especially ...
... been a resort operation since the 1800’s operating under a forest service lease. RV park up the hill, restaurant, bar, cabins, beach and dock on the lakeside. Beautiful spot and well run operation. The following two nights were spent at Nevada Beach National Forest Campground. The campground is right on the lakeside, with a beautiful sandy beach, just outside of South Lake Tahoe. Both ...
Meeks Bay, about 17 miles south of Truckee and 10 miles north of Emerald Bay, would be our next stop. There are two campgrounds here at Meeks Bay – one owned and operated by the National Forestry Service and one that is operated by the Washoe Indian Tribe (that's the one they call a "Resort"). We stayed at the NFS camp and with Alan’s discount it was a whopping $12.50 a night. The camp spaces are not much to ...