Mt. Charleston Lodge
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- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Hollywood and the show is there too. I'll be glad to get back on the road and on to Yosemite. It's been an expensive 2 days! Will be nice to go back to relying on the food kitty for our meals. I'm really looking forward to some relaxing once the tour is over too. I think travelling on my own, while daunting, will be easier than having to coordinate 10 people. Being hungover whilst doing the coordinating really sucks ...
... of exploring the USA...of course they were only really good friends with one of Greigs bosses at QPS! Such a small world. Vegas has no time restrictions at all, so mostly we skipped breakfast and would eat dinner around 1030...it's hard to have any kind of routine in a city that never sleeps. You can literally do anything at anytime of day or night which makes it very easy to enjoy the night atmosphere until ridiculous ...
... up the next morning and the mountains
all around us had snow on them. Thankfully nothing in the valley…..we were
still going to be high 70’s for that day. Yippee!!!!!!!
We did some more jeep trails and hiked into Marble Canyon
and in to see the Natural Bridge. We also stop in and had lunch at the Furnace
Creek Inn……$17 hamburgers…and it wasn’t that good. Been there done that….not
... boys got back from fishing, declaring that there were no actual fish in the lake, and the horseshoe players decided a quick tie-breaker game was necessary before we headed off to partake in the free cake and champagne being offered at the small casino attached to the property in honor of its 30th anniversary. By 6:30 PM, we were back in camp (the free cake and champagne only cost me $40!) and the fire was lit for grilled pork chops and potatoes. The ...
... seeking that Royal Pair again! It was grand fun! Meanwhile, our chauffeur Douglas was fixing his flat bicycle tire and meeting a real character that owned the Pahrump bike shop (which no one in Pahrump uses, he is far too specialized and expensive, folks come from Vegas and Henderson to get him to repair their bikes!).
Another great find, we highly recommend Pahrump!