City Center Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... catalogue to see what things are offered on the side of a mountain in Carson City. Art, and Automotive Mechanics. Computer Applications and Construction. Emergency Medical Services and English. Machine Tool Technology and Mathematics. Nursing and Welding. Music – Applied, Ensemble, General. Very Cool. I read about the continuing education classes Linda mentioned – Aviation, Crafts, Dance, Fine Arts, ...
... walk around and although a bit creepy, the dead/stuffed animals were made for a museum like feel. We left for our drive into Carson City, which we later found out is Nevada's capital...ya'd never have guessed it. We
went around to the Big 5 store to find Steve a helmet and some snow boots but what we found was a whole lot funnier. We were amazed to see all these footwear for $3! Seriously, how in the world could you not be excited?! ...
... Feast! Growing up in South Carolina, deep fried turkeys are the way to go and oh so delicious, but this year we braved the oven to cook this years Turkey and you know what....it turned out great. Along with the Turkey, we filled the table with green beans, mashed potatoes, stuffing, biscuits, and cranberry sauce. Well, on Sa************** to San Francisco to meet up with a friend before our flight to LA on Sunday and from there we're off to Fiji!! Keep you ...
... the bottom three feet beneath the surface. I watched, and I read, and I understood why Lake Tahoe is such a desirable vacation location. Truly, what other venue offers multi-season fun, from the skiing and sledding of winter to the boating, swimming, and river-rafting of summer? The summer homes clustered around the shores must do something to deserve the $3 million-plus price tags, but in all honesty the view alone ...
... piggy back me out in shifts. I think they wanted to change their minds after the first round . . . but they huffed and puffed and tooted a little . . . to get me off that darn mountain. I was never so happy in my life to see a small group of fellow bikers waiting for us at the bottom with cold brew. By the time we got back to the cabin, the rest of the clan had hit the showers and were lounging on the deck. Genuinely concerned, they helped me over to a seat and encouraged me to ...