Virginia City Inn
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... too cold where every body part hurt so we called it quits early. We found out that Heavenly closed early too because of the conditions. Our plan was to take Jalen to see fireworks at Heavenly village on NYE but we cut the trip short and left NYE because of the horrible weather. It is way to cold, highs of 18. Jalen played a few minutes in the snow but not long because his face turned red. He really did enjoy the snow and kicking it and throwing it. He will have a blast in ...
... until 11am so I suggested we go to the Museum which looked open. The museum had a lot of local memorabilia and artifacts. There was a movie about the history of the area , the Opery house and Mark Twain’s start in his career. It was very interesting, I didn’t realize that he got his start right here in Virginia City. His father owned and operated a local newspaper. Mark started writing articles for the paper. ...
... then went to dinner. Food was pretty good, steaks a bit on the thin side, but we enjoyed them.
After we finished our dinner I wanted to walk around a bit, but most of the stores were already closing and Dave wanted to find a casino. He went to the Delta Saloon and I found a jewelry store still open. The store owner was real nice and they were having some great sales. He said that it was the end of the ...
Wednesday 28th August We were definitely beginning to realise that the holiday was drawing to a close by now. The continuing smoke was creating an autumnal feel. Usually in Carson the sky would be brilliant blue and the air would be pleasantly warm. Today there was a blanket of smoke that was reminiscent of the film The Others. (Those who have seen it will know what I mean and I swear I saw Eric Sykes sweeping up the leaves in the garden as I looked out the ...
... visible in the peeling paint. The town has turned itself over almost completely to tourism. There are a 3 or 4 museums: school house, Mark Twain’s journalism office, firefighters, and mining. And of course, there were several casinos. The rest of the buildings house tourist "shops": leather, jewelry, western clothing, and junk. Since it was Sunday of Memorial Day weekend, the town was very crowded ...