- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Free parking
- Family rooms
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... travels. Tomorrow we hope to hit the old mint, which is now the Nevada State Museum. I hope to get a few decent photos to share with you on Flickr... http://www.flickr.com/photos/ralphieboy o/
That's it for today... Except for our dinner last night: we had Wolf Burgers and mashed potatoes. No actual wolves were harmed in the making of our dinner.
See you soon on the continuation of The ...
... 50 for about 6 miles each direction from the Hotel. Stopped at a couple of beaches to take some pictures of the lake, but it sure was getting cold. Suppose to drop to about 26o tonight. Felt great to get back in the car each time where it was warm. Dropped the car off with the Valet and headed back to the room about 7PM. On our return Dave was already back in the room another $200.00 down. The Casino’s are empty; I don’t know ...
... our campsite last night to find that we had an uninvited guest.. As creepy as that sounds, don't worry! It was just a black bear! Not some creepy old man or something. But I actually saw a BEAR! I've never seen one in the wild before and neither have Taryn or Aimee, so naturally, we were freaking out. We were told California only has black bears, which are not aggressive at all, but they search campsites for food every night. If ...
... but lots of staff watching for idiots and small queues at lifts made for a great day! It did get very windy at the end so Riley and I went back down the aerial Tram rather than the dodgy ride down the chairlift which even Gary said was pretty hairy! The boys loved the website that you can log into and it comes up with the lifts you went on, acheivements and the photos that we had taken on the skiifield.
The intention was to ski again on Sunday, we got there and ...
... Lennart Palme, a Swedish architect, to design the plans.
In the summer of 1928 Mrs. Knight and the Palmes traveled to Scandinavia to gather the ideas they wanted to incorporate in Vikingsholm. Vikingsholm was completed in the fall of 1929 and occupied by Mrs. Knight, her staff of 15 and many guests in June of 1930. Mrs. Knight enjoyed 15 summers at Vikingsholm. She always had a home full of guests to share this magnificent summer home with her. ...