Wyndham Garden Carson Station Casino Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Usual Drill and over to the restaurant for another buffet breakfast, wandered down to the jetty out from the hotel and got some shots ….. a beautiful place Lake Tahoe. In the car and on the road 10am headed around the lake and out to Truckee, stopped at Taylor River to see what everyone was peering at in the river and had our nature lesson …
... Brewery and shared a Brewery Burger on ciabatta bread. Very good and filling, it was.
We then spent a couple of hours at the Nevada State Museum, housed in the former Carson City Mint. The exhibits ranged from Native American to a replica underground mine with much more in between. The silver exhibits of many kinds were terrific. Each of the coins that had been minted there were there with information about how many and the value of each minting.
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... houses with private gated entrances. We drove down the other side into Carson City where we feasted on smoked ribs and prime rib from Reds 395. I had ribs, beans, onion straws, coleslaw and cornbread. It was lip smacking. Bud ordered peach cobbler for us to split...it, too, was good. When we left the restaurant, the sky had started to spit big drops of stinging rain as we drove back to Franks but we were rewarded with a double rainbow. It was a good ...
... site of the first major silver deposit discovery in the U.S. in 1859. First we had a guided tour of the Fourth Ward School Museum, the last U.S. school of its kind still standing. Local students attended from 1876-1936 and in 1986 it became the museum it is today. It included a 1876 classroom with original desks on the lower floor. There were also exhibits of mining, ...
... we did because we needed them later.
While Gemma was fixing dinner, I went and paddled around in a canoe. The campground had canoes we could use without paying any money. They also have bikes to use free. The creek is very shallow, so it was safe. I saw 4 deer, 3 raccoons, and a muskrat while I was in the canoe. The raccoons were washing their hands. I wish I had had the camera, but I don't think ...