Econo Lodge Reno
Travel Blogs from Reno
Just a few notes before signing off. I'm nearly home.
Most of the campsites located near a freeway are often also located near train tracks. Depending on how sound travels, I hear freeway traffic and/or train whistles at night.
I had to laugh the night I stayed at the Best Western when, snuggled into a comfy king size bed with six marshmallow-soft pillows,I heard a train ...
... could dangle at me. When the Circus Circus hotel in Reno popped up with a "mobile deal" of $28 a night we jumped on it! And that is how Spread Eagle met the Big Top! Our rig got a much deserved night off and we got big, clean comfy beds that we could drop into as opposed to climb up to. On to Gardenerville for some good old fashioned family catch up ...
... you a
not about how many breathes you take, but how many take your breath
cook-off was huge, over 6 days they have over ½ million visitors and
it's their 25th year. Afterwards we went back to Reno we
walked the very small main street. We took a few photos of the main
sign and headed back to the hotel.
... grade. The RV began missing and running rough, and Bob was seriously considering whether we should go back to Boise. When he mentioned something about it seemed like it might be an electrical problem, I asked him what would happen if we turned on the generator. He tried that and the RV responded much better. It did not miss as much--only if we were in a steep grade and he hadn't geared down enough--so we opted to head on toward Winnemucca. ...
... casino was huge and hotel was attached to 2 other hotels, so we barely even stepped outside! was cool to see it all, but we couldn't quite understand how people could sit on one machine for over 3 hours.....CRAZY!! plus we didn't wanna waste our money down the drain lol. the plus side they had free circus shows which were cool and worth a watch.
we HAD to go ...