Cedar Glen Lodge
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCedar Glen Lodge Tahoe Vista
Cedar Glen is well situated, right on the lake and Martha, the innkeeper makes you very welcome. Well appointed cabins and free continental breakfast from 8 to 10 each morning - bagels, waffles, coffee cake etc.
Martha is full of good suggestions for things to see and places to eat - all in all a good stay.
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... this meant that everyone's barbecues were drenched and the beach cleared. Shame. No matter though, it was still a great day. The kids ran up and down the street, garage parties were happening in our road, and we took a stroll into Tahoe City (the main town on the North Shore). Oh, and we watched fireworks from our balcony! Perhaps we brought a thoroughly British Beach Holiday tinge to the old colonials ...
Another quiet night - really lucked out with quiet motel neighbors on this trip - rarely hear people or TVs at night. Woke up to sunny skies but chilly - in the 40s!
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State Park has $10 day use fee that is also good for Emerald Bay State Park ...
... Bridge. The extension of this restaurant was a hidden gem overlooking the Truckee River, We sat at a rustic wood table and chairs and could see people climbing into small rafts to cruise down the river in the warm sun. The food was excellent too! After fueling up we took Hwy 80 home. We had dinner at Sharon and Roger's and played a couple card games of Genius with our friends Bobbi and Doug, included. Another wonderful ...
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There’s overlap between the ADT and the Pony Express Trail ...