Wyndham Garden Carson Station Casino Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... town called Markleeville. I checked out the general store and found some unique bead belts from Brazil that I just could not resist. We continued on up into the alpine regions. More spectacular views, lots of huge rocks defying gravity by barely clinging to the mountainside. We did go through a couple of areas that were still muddy from fresh slides...gulp! Ebbetts Pass is a very narrow road with caution signs posted ...
... with water of beautiful greens and blues from emerald to sapphire, and very clear. Lake Tahoe is the largest alpine lake in North America with a depth of 1,645 feet. That makes it the second deepest in the U.S. In the bay we could see Vikingsholm Mansion at a distance. It was a castle-like home built by a Norwegian but I do not remember the details.
... arrived at the Plaza Hotel in Carson City around 5. Dinner was our choice so at Pete and Darlene's suggestion we headed to nearby Red's 395 Restaurant, named for the highway number. We had barbecue with June from New Jersey and Ingrid from Florida. Delightful company, great ambience and lots of good food! After dinner we headed back to our hotel room. It had been a long day on the bus!
... Load the largest silver mine strike in the US in the late 1800's. Over 13 million Morgan silver dollars were minted here. The group now travels east on route 50, the loneliest road in America to Fallon, Nevada. In the interim it is time to add a few new photos of the group. ...
... earlier. There were 30 stations in the 420-mile route across Nevada; the Carson City station is gone today, but it was located on Carson Street between 4th and 5th, near the original Ormsby House. That’s where a fresh horse would be waiting for each young, wiry rider; he’d quickly transfer the leather mochila containing the carefully wrapped mail to the next saddle, and be off.