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- Shuttle bus service
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Concierge desk
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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... They are cut into dark chocolate brown stone up to about five feet in height. The lighter the newer the cuttings as we learned. Originally the area was a peninsula jutting out into a prehistoric lake dated back to about 12, 000 years ago. I got a few pictures which will appear on Flickr when I get them editted.
Before arriving in Fallon, we passed their Naval Air Station. There are three bomb ranges ...
... 50 for about 6 miles each direction from the Hotel. Stopped at a couple of beaches to take some pictures of the lake, but it sure was getting cold. Suppose to drop to about 26o tonight. Felt great to get back in the car each time where it was warm. Dropped the car off with the Valet and headed back to the room about 7PM. On our return Dave was already back in the room another $200.00 down. The Casino’s are empty; I don’t know ...
... valleys..very peppy..check out Hank. The scent in the air changed to pine as we got closer to Tahoe. We stopped in Truckee and hit the bank and visitor center. The guy there was helpful and i asked him for soe good hiking trails now that most of the snow was unseasonally gone. He gave us a few good suggestions. He asked where we were from and i said the usual, Oxford Michigan, home of the worlds largest gravel pit (i held back the lone ...
... Kathryn took 2 suits into the dressing room and we then passed her an additional 4 to try on. One was close enough. I set up the laptop on the beach to service a couple clients while the kids swam for an hour. Hypothermia was about to set in so Kathryn came out. Travis is Mr. Freeze and stayed another 15 minutes with two girls he met.
Enjoy the pics! ...
... is a lot of drugs, but there is even more dust, neon, laughter and wandering around. You have to pay attention to your body, because you could die of dehydration. Yes, really.
It’s like being on another planet. One with art and beauty everywhere, floating up and over a cruel hard desert surface. And where no one cares if you follow the norms or mores of the culture. Where people as politely if they can take your picture and say thank ...