West Shore Cafe and Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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We decided to go to Tahoe using a Worldmark deal. We stayed the night in El Dorado with Robin on December 29th to help break up the drive. We left bright and early to drop JT off at Heavenly daycare and we went boarding. Well we happened to go on a day where it's Tahoes coldest and windiest. We only did a few runs because only 2 lifts were opened, Stagecoach and comet. The visibility was so bad and he wind was worse. When there was a gust of wind, it was impossible to see. It ...
... dinner list so we did not have a reservation. When they started calling dinner reservations I went to ask if we could have dinner (it is included in our ticket) and we were told that we would be slotted in when they could find a free table.
At just before 7pm we had our second stop of the trip at Winnemucca in Nevada. This stop was unusually long as the inbound train was late and the planned crew change required a minimum rest period. Because of this we were allowed off ...
Today was my birthday so I was Queen for the day. Ha! It was another beautiful sunny day and in the morning we had a leisurely bicycle ride around the neighborhood. Murray bought me a cool new backpack with a water bladder and drinking tube built into it. Now that I consider myself a hiker, I was pretty excited. We also took the motorbike to a small flea market down Hwy 89 and Elks Road. After perusing all the "junk" or other people's treasures, ...
... was added in 1875.
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... in coconut shells. You say Bula and clap three time in gratification then drink until the bowl is empty. Your tongue becomes as they say "furry" and feels slightly numb. After some research I found that it is mildly narcotic. Don't worry we are not addicted and the experience is a welcoming ceremony to their country and you are expected to partake. I was in heaven when we toured the Sleeping Giant orchid garden. These gardens were founded by Raymond Burr for ...