Baymont Inn and Suites Reno
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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Attached are a few photo's from previous travels. While we have the capability to upload photos..we will! We had to fly to Reno 'cause we missed our direct flight to Vegas. Yep... Reno Airport is all that you'd want to see here! Good grief!!!
... Wet Woody, a potent alcoholic slushee with a near-lethal dose of Bacardi 151 floater. Jenn and Ange giggled at the names of the other cocktails, particularly the 18-year-old Woody and Black Strap-On Top, before they called it a night, but not before birthday cake. Craving one last fix, the family reunited at the Old P.O. for more breakfast goodness before the goodbyes were said and the Mom-mobile was back on the road heading south to Yosemite National ...
Lake Tahoe is famous for its many ski resorts, but a lot of people some time forgot how wonderful it is during the summer time. The lake is crystal clear and cool which is very refreshing in hot summer days. There are tones of things you can do in summer, hiking, mountain biking, water sports, or just hang out at the beach.
One of the beach we love it the Sand Harbor Park in ...
Yeah, me neither. It's just wrong, I tell you. Hrmmph!
However, be that as it may, I left Sharon and Ray's kind hospitality on Tuesday afternoon and headed down to Southwest Reno and a visit with Patty and Scott.
Patty was fresh back from Thailand and other exotic locales and her work with the Peace Corps in 1986 when she bought the house next to ours in northwest Reno. We instantly became fast friends and have stayed so ...
... We pass a very few "ghost towns", wide spots in the road that have long since outlived their purpose and lay in various states of decay. The first gas station and first town with living human life forms that we encounter is McDermitt, 513 souls- 100 miles from Jordan Valley, the town. The major source of income here was from mining but the mine closed in 1990 which has caused a steady decline. We think that the only reason it has any form of human life is that it straddles ...