A&A Lake Tahoe Inn
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I have not been to Lake Tahoe for over 10 years and I am still at awe how beautiful the Lake was.
We did a scenic tour to Emerald Bay and the views is breathtaking. I can stay there all day just enjoying the God Creation.
... we’re travelling and not just sightseeing. We stayed here for an hour or two until we got bored of the ants on the ground biting us.
The final portion of the drive was through rocky outcrops and coves that looked out high over the lake. It’s another of these days where we could have stopped for pictures every 5 minutes. Our hotel is in South Lake Tahoe right on the Nevada California border which is notable purely because they ...
... and didn't really care for it so we wanted to try Carson City. It is much smaller than Reno and the place we stayed, Comstock RV, was very convenient to everything including Trader Joes and Starbucks. We were very excited for the drivethru at Starbucks since we don't normally get to go through them for obvious reasons. As I began researching places to meet our friends for dinner, I remembered the boat cruises and crossed my fingers that they would have availability. While we ...
... break from the larger towns and traffic on the roads, although it surprised us with how many people were here and how much traffic is in the valley itself. It was also a lot more commercialized than we imagined and to us that was a bit disappointing. We would love to come back and get out of the valley and do a bit more exploring, perhaps when the kids are older we can find the wilderness that we had expected. Still a beautiful spot and there was not too ...
... cliche, we bought McDonald's, sat in the RV, in the Walmart carpark and slept the night there. That will be the first and last time we do that. Both of us were dying to get out of the city. We were heading for Lake Tahoe's gorgeous emerald blue/green waters. Cruising along the freeways the 3 lanes turned into 2 and then just as we started to climb up big mountains the road turned into 1 lane and Bessy was not happy. Funnily enough, ...