Pepper Tree Inn
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Heated pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPepper Tree Inn Tahoe City
Excellent location. Rooms on 5th floor or higher have view of lake. Rooms are small with some traffic noise. Very nice complimentary breakfast. Close to good restaurants. We recommend it.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Pepper Tree Inn Tahoe City
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... this past week of hiking has been some of my best. I hiked with Misery, a 28 year old stubborn and fast adventurer who when not hiking lives in buffalo New York and works with violent Mentally ill patients. And Zuzu a 25 year old girl from the bay area who finished her second and last section of the pacific crest trail earlier this year and is now getting ready to transfer from doing wilderness Ed to teaching environmental science in a ...
... a bit of trouble herself getting her ski on. There was too much snow on mums boot so she couldn't get her ski on! After about ten minutes we were all safely down the mountain.ᘳ 5; After that catastrophe, we went to pick up Ted from ski school and had a few more runs then went home. I was really happy when I got home. I was exhausted!! This was a good achievement/challenge and let's hope for a smoother day tomorrow! ...
... to Chris' place (Dustin's eldest brother), but it took a little over 8hrs. We drove down highway 5, went across the Sierras through highway 89, and traveled south along highway 395. Luckily, we were able to make it out the Sierras before it was dark, albeit the already day-time freezing temperatures. I was excited to drive on 395, along the eastern side of the Sierras.
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... the last minute gave the more difficult slope a try and did great. Ben again wanted to be on his own but Lucy stepped up and while not with Ben we hung around Shirley all morning before taking the Mountain Run down to Le Chamois again. I thought we were done as did Kara, but Lu, Ben and I headed out for another hour and a half. We had a blast. One of Lu’s conditions was to take the tram back down and that was fun to do that ...
... met Harant's elevated standards. In common with Formule 1, all toilets are public, and the showers run on a meter (unlike Formule 1) - 50 Cent for five minutes. The cockroaches scuttling across the floor were free though. On a positive note, all toilets were equipped with a Swiss-inspired seat covering for each new user - something I was grateful for since I needed to drop a sizeable depth charge.
I was awoken at 7am the following day by the searing heat, and ...