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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... and canyons. At the top of this climb was the old western town of Virginia City. The town was crowded with tourists and locals dressed in period costumes. Miners, cowboys, sheriffs, all packing heat, and ladies in dresses with big hoop skirts and parasols strolled the street. There was a surly, bearded old **** dressed up like an old miner leading his ass through town. For a buck you could feed the ass a carrot and have a picture taken. The ...
... me the signs and what to do at certain times. 4 hours later I'm walking back to the hotel room with $20,000 in my pocket. I met one of the greatest card counters in history Ace Kerry, he taught me the ways of card counting and how not to get caught by the pit bosses. I thanked him for the knowledge he gave me and left.
Sunday June 29, 2014
Today we headed west on US Rt. 50 to Lake Tahoe and the scenic drives that surround the lake. To get there we had to climb the mountains to the west of us, the road was a 4 lane
divided highway that over several miles, most of which were at a 6% grade, climbed over 2,500 feet. As we climbed from the desert ...
... Betsy from Maryland, Dan and Judi, Dave, June and Ingrid. What an amazing layout of food! If anyone left hungry, it was their own fault. Most of us were stuffed! The selection of desserts was especially decadent.
We returned to the hotel in Carson City around 7:15. Not sure about the others but we were tuckered out from a long day!
... facts; 64 landmarks to see, and think about. Who came here, and when? Who stayed, and who passed on through?
It’s nice that someone put this together for us to see. Good citizens and lovers of history have made sure we can follow many "trails of the past" – like the Pony Express Trail (a plaque at Robinson and Carson reminds us); and the American Discovery Trail, a coast-to-coast ...