Western Village Inn & Casino
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TravelPod Member ReviewsWestern Village Inn & Casino Sparks
Probably won't stay there again. Pet friendly so Miss Daisy enjoyed her own bed! It was cheap so thought we would give it a try. Definitely could be cleaner.
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... I am not only talking about rocks and boulders, but some of these pieces are as big as a house. And some have fallen into the river bed below. One part of the road has been blocked for years where a rock slide destroyed it and temporary bridges had to be built to move traffic around it. They are still working on it, as they were three years ago.
Inside the park we located the highway that crosses through and found ...
While we are in Northstar JJ had asked to go to a water park called Wild Island. The original plan was to go on Monday after a relaxing time at the weekend. However, Ruth noticed that there was 20% chance of thunderstorms in Reno on Monday and the idea of standing on metal structures while we are wet and waiting for a thunderstorm was not a great one. The plans were then changed to going to Wild Island today.
We set off early to allow us to ...
... pit-stop couldn't have come at a better time.
Re-fueled with food and re-freshed, we continued. Finally feeling like we were leaving the smoke from the Yosemite fire behind us.
At the Elko off-ramp we re-fueled with gas and made a drivers change. Amor strapped in for the next hour or so and I checked out to La La land for a quick session of shut-eye. Not before making sure Amor was correctly headed east on I80, of course. Amor ...
The drive was pretty uneventful today. It took about 6.5 hours, much of which was on two-lane highways stuck behind semi-trucks and RVs. The scenery was beautiful and I even got a little "sun blush" on my face from the sunroof. (I will have to remember to close the shade tomorrow!!)
CA Highway 89 took me through the Shasta National Forest. ...
... there are plenty of signs indicating "free-roaming" cattle, wild donkeys, horses, mountain sheer, deer and prison areas where you're advised "Do Not pick up Hitchhikers." Much of the land here is Paiute Indian territory.
The mini-mountains are very colorful: one will be all copper color, another gold, then green, bright red, black, purple and some are silver. Apparently, this is where many prospectors struck it rich in silver (they were looking for gold). Today, ...