Town House Motor Lodge
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If you don't have to be in a set place at a set time, this kind of travel is relatively cheap and saves you driving. But the pitfalls are the ones nature throws into the mix!
When we booked this train ride from Chicago to Reno, we were slightly horrified at having to get a train at 11.30pm. Even more aghast when we received an email that due to work being done in the Rockies, the time would now be 2am.
Ha I hear you say. Yep when we rang to check it ...
... I’d won it and some old woman talking to me about nothing in particular.
The evening was a bit more rememberable, Microsoft Word informs me rememberable isn’t a word but it feels like it should be if it isn’t. We decided to go for buffet at the main upmarket casino and take out the camera to get what pictures we can of the strip. As good as my camera is it isn’t great with night photos, or rather I’m not great. The ...
This is going to be a nice easy blog to write. Today we relaxed. It sounds stupid to some extent that we need to relax considering we are effectively permanently on holiday but the constant moving and driving and ****** motels has led to us just wanting a couple of days of 'luxury' and ideally sun.
We left the Motel 6 early and drove to Riviera hotel. We couldn’t check in as it was 9am but we could access the pool. The casino is worse than the one ...
... They meant well but lacked any self awareness and generally made everything about them. One of them spoke over the tour guide constantly, mentioned Chicago in every sentence, kept telling the tour guide how to do her job, and when she found out there was an English person on the bus showed off that she'd been there several times. I mumbled 'yep, thought you might have' and the Dallas couple started giggling. Anyway, after showing off about visiting 'Oxbridge' ...
... to take a photo, which he did, and Rich was actually in it, some progress from his efforts in Sydney. We think he will want to capture everything at home in photos too. It's become such a part of our daily lives he now strolls up to things and says take a photo of me with this.
We make it to Reno just in time for our dinner which we eat outside, and then bedtime for Taya. Dylan helps Emma lay the table by taking out Taya's mat and bib ...