City Center Hotel

Address: 800 N. Carson Street, Carson City, Nevada, 89701, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on 800 N. Carson Street, Carson City, is near Nevada State Museum, Governor's Mansion, Children's Museum of Northern Nevada, and Carson City Convention & Visitors Bureau.
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      Travel Blogs from Carson City

      Jalen's Tahoe Trip

      A travel blog entry by jalen on Dec 30, 2014

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      We decided to go to Tahoe using a Worldmark deal. We stayed the night in El Dorado with Robin on December 29th to help break up the drive. We left bright and early to drop JT off at Heavenly daycare and we went boarding. Well we happened to go on a day where it's Tahoes coldest and windiest. We only did a few runs because only 2 lifts were opened, Stagecoach and comet. The visibility was so bad and he wind was worse. When there was a gust of wind, it was impossible to see. It ...

      Meeting up in Tahoe

      A travel blog entry by c.reynolds on Aug 11, 2011

      ... seemed to be, it certainly was a contrast to the peace and quiet we had found at Inverness. Martha warned us that bears sometimes came down to the Lodge looking for food and that all rubbish must be kept in the sealed bins and not to keep food in our car. There may be a problem with my future posts on this blog as Martha told us that we may not be able to get wi fi in Yosemite, so there may be a delay! ...


      A travel blog entry by chris-barbara on Oct 14, 2008

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... They dug out about $2 Billion worth of silver & gold at today's values. The ore ran out in the 1940s & the city declined but the old wooden buildings & boardwalks of the main street still survive (albeit converted into hotdog stands & ice cream parlors). The numerous museums show how the mining was done & how life was in those wild days. Some of the original bars still exist in the saloons & at the back of the old bank the original ...

      The End

      A travel blog entry by awmulder on Aug 23, 2005

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      ... just why a pay phone wouldn't have worked. It was only around 4 o'clock, so we went to an internet place. While Korrie and I used free internet coupons to check e-mail from home, Edward sent his friend an e-mail in hopes that he would get in touch with him. We didn't feel like going back to the hotel, so we went in search of dinner at one of the food courts down the street. I made them try meat pies, a food that is one of those must try things while you're in Australia and ...

      Day 25: Fri, Aug 3, 1962: Snow & the Comstock Lode

      A travel blog entry by mikifluker on Aug 03, 1973

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      ... bought an old ink bottle in Virginia City and 48 years later, it is sitting in my kitchen. I am so glad she told me where it came from!

      We drove from Virginia City to Reno, Nevada. Reno, known as "The Biggest Little City in the World", is famous for its casinos and is the birthplace of the gaming corporation Harrah's Entertainment. We drove under the famous Reno Arch and saw the Harrah's sign. Reno was so sparkly and all lit up! It ...