- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
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... explore it much.
It seems like a much tamer Vegas. There were Casinos and such, but we just didn't have time to check it out.
We checked into our a hotel, a Holiday Inn Express near the airport. The hotel was very nice and had very high ceilings in the hotel room and Justin enjoyed the echo.
We also went to eat an an Applebees, where I had a yummy but spicy shrimp salad and Justin had a burger.
Then we went back to the hotel and soaked a bit in the hot ...
... get on this trip, lots of fishing, relaxing and exploring our immediate surrounds. We encountered no other people except some hard out climbers who arrived at night and left before dawn. The only sign of man was a nearby bear proof cupboard, the only sign of bears was some chewed trees and more alarming was a carpet of grey/black fur surrounding a large pine a few paces from the camp. It was very easy to imagine a big old bear coming out of his winter cave to this lake ...
... at Cal Poly, moved over to the Registrar's office after finishing her master's, and eventually retired as the Associate Registrar. Now that's making wise use of your staff and the skills and institutional knowledge they possess.
On Tuesday, we went to see "Maleficent" (which was surprisingly good) and had a fabulous lunch at Jazz, a "New Orleans experience." Then I loaded up my car and headed over to Patty and Scott's house in Southwest Reno.
... the warm pool and the "warmer still" waterfall pool. Lyndsey does decide to check out the "cool" pool and tells me it is almost as warm as the warm one. I spend a little more time in the hot tub while Lyndsey swims a bit more. It is very relaxing and the only uncomfortable time comes when you want to switch pools since it is indeed very chilly outside.
We head back ...
... a local Reno institution. Downtown Reno is centered on the Truckee river. There are walks on both sides with lots of parks interspersed between bars and cafes. Being a nice May day, there were lots of people walking the river front, with dogs kids and strollers in tow.
Monday morning we finished up with chores and shopping and headed out for Tahoe in the afternoon. A great visit with great ...