TripAdvisor Reviews University Inn Reno
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... was nice, it was basically empty and we had to the pool/tub to ourselves.
Then it was back to our room, we updated the blog, and went to bed.
The next morning, we grabbed the free continental breakfast, and it was off for another five or so hour drive to Oregon, home of Crater Lake National Park.
All in all, a good stay in Reno, it may be some place we come back to, especially due to its proximity to Lake Tahoe, just not quite as much of an adventure as the other days.
... would tell us before running away from the bear we could see. Very exciting! We waited awhile then kept going towards the spot they ran from, luckily the bear had moved off the track by the time we saw it and seemed happy grazing the forest. We found the other guys cowering behind a tree a few turns later and instinctively gave them a quick “growl”, to which they responded marvellously!
An hour up the track we were definitely above the valley we aimed ...
... and execute several exhibits in the small building's main lobby each year. I got ideas for these shows from things happening on campus, from local artists and events, and from whatever I thought might be interesting (all with a UNR connection, of course). It was great fun.
The oldest part of campus features this glorious Quad, where commencement is held every year. Echoing a similar space at the University of VIrginia, it features some of the ...
Today is a day of relaxing and unwinding. We sleep in and Patrick and I head out for some breakfast as Lyndsey sleeps in.
After breakfast, Lyndsey does her Kumon and then Patrick heads to the Casino. Lyndsey and I have plans to check out the pools. It is only 8 degrees today but we are assured that the pools are warm.
There are 2 hot tubs, a ...
... nothing major, but dings and dents were evident, especially after sitting in the salt laden air of San Diego. AS they say, rust never sleeps. Also, it was time for another coat of sealant on the roof. So with Chris’ guidance and help, Blue is looking quite nice, and she deserves the attention for the fine performance over the past few years and 20,000 or so miles.
Saturday night we ...
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