Americas Best Value Inn - Casino Center Lake Tahoe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from South Lake Tahoe
... of the air- pure pine needles. I have never smelt anything like it- I wish that smell could be bottled up and taken away.
No-one was here- it was so quiet and relaxing.
On Sunday the weather cleared and I saw the true beauty of the lake. I have been very fortunate with my travels and have travelled all around the World but this lake really is something. Even suffering with the drought ...
... twist and climb into the El Dorado National Forest. Highway 88 becomes Carson Pass, named for frontiersman Christopher Houston “Kit” Carson. He was a fur trapper, wilderness guide, Indian agent and US Army officer.
Carson Pass, at 8,574 feet, is marked by a California Historical Landmark. There’s a memorial where Carson carved his name into a tree. The historic pass was a point on the Carson Trail during the gold ...
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Our next stop for the day after Reno was Carson City Nevada. Carson City was maybe a 30 minute drive south of Reno. Most people wouldn't even know Carson City is the capital of Nevada. Being Thanksgiving, it was extremely quiet. We saw cars, but really no signs of life. The main thing we were here to see was the capital building and I don't really think there is anything else to see here outside of that. We got a few pictures of ...
Long, long, long, long, road trip day!!!So off to Lake Tahoe, stopped for lunch at Lucerne (not Switzerland) on Clear Lake, what a lovely, lovely location.
Dropped down to Sacramento Valley, miles, and miles and miles and miles and miles of flat featureless plains.
Across the Sierra Nevada mountain range and over a scary, scary roads into a pitch black Lake Tahoe which didn't help us finding our hotel!!!!
However when we ...
We drove to Carson City and then on to Virginia City for breakfast at Sawdust Corners. Virginia City is an old west town complete with saloons and other typical places. Then it was on to Fallon, NV where it was 90 degrees. This city was nicknamed the "Oasis of Nevada" which leads one to wonder what kind of landscape and scenery lies ahead of us as we move eastward across the state on the "Loneliest Highway in America" (Hwy ...