Motel 6 Carson City
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMotel 6 Carson City
Clean, comfortable, and great location. I did have to talk to the front desk about the daily maids. I think they gathered outside our room and they all had to talk at the top of their lungs early in morning; I'm sure this will not happen again.
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... the broad curves to the chilly air of Lake Tahoe. Wow! There's money in that place. I guess when you live in a desert, everybody flocks to the water on the weekend. The shoulders of the narrow road around Tahoe were lined with cars of lake goers. Lake Tahoe is fairly evenly split between Nevada and California. It is fed by 60 streams entering it and only one leaving it. There were swimmers, boaters, jet skis skirting across the clear, clear ...
- 6:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m. Early in the morning grandma woke me up to tell me that today instead of cleaning cabins for her, she volunteered me to help clean up the parade. cleaning up was a lot more fun then cleaning cabins. there was a lot of people who volunteered and I met a ...
... the saloon we visited several gift shops and stumbled upon the “Mormon Station State Historical Park”, a recreation of the first building in the area, where we had a very nice conversation with the museum director who gave us a lot of good historical information on the area. After dinner we returned to the casino for some more slot action, where Valerie had anothergood night.
... site of the first major silver deposit discovery in the U.S. in 1859. First we had a guided tour of the Fourth Ward School Museum, the last U.S. school of its kind still standing. Local students attended from 1876-1936 and in 1986 it became the museum it is today. It included a 1876 classroom with original desks on the lower floor. There were also exhibits of mining, ...
... producing coins between 1870 and 1893. Built during the mining boom, the mint was closed when mining production declined. But that was not the end for No. 1, I learned, she wound up producing coins bearing the Philadelphia “P,” the San Francisco “S,” and the Denver “D” – what a story this turns out to be!
She was made in Philadelphia by Morgan & ...