Motel 6 Reno West
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... morning at breakfast and I had been thinking about it all day.... so when it was not on the menu, it rang alarm bells. However, Patrick, our waiter with one of those incredible American smiles, said he would go and ask and when he returned he said they had some.
So we dined on bison, potato dauphinoise and asparagus, with a fine glass of Malbec... all of which was mouth wateringly good.
This place is enormous and is on goodness knows how many floors. ...
Back through Yellowstone to the Teton valley to meet up with our mates Dunc and Gee. We have known Dunc since guiding on the Routeburn track and he is always keen for an adventure involving tea and cards, no matter the privations his girlfriend G (we met for the first time here) was bought up in Bangkok (where they now live)and as it turned out is new to the outdoor thing. Our plan to break away from the fairly intense crowds was to drop the canoe in String lake (brimming ...
... mile circle around our part of Northwest Reno after work and on the weekends, talking non-stop the entire way, doing the whole thing in 75 minutes every time.
The thing you need to know about Reno is that -- in most of the city -- you can't walk/drive more than two blocks in any direction without changing elevation. Our little walk may not have included hills as steep as are in my Oakland neighborhood, but there also weren't very many flat ...
Saturday 7/13 - Thought we might get up early (7am) to go to Lake Tahoe, but then decided not to leave quite so early (fine with me). Beautiful drive from Reno to Tahoe, and we drove by where Tim's cabin was (very cute!). Drove around King's Beach and then to Sandy Harbor. Tahoe is a gorgeous lake, and so big! It is blue like the Caribbean, except with pine trees instead of palm trees and ...
... visit her grave, all alone on a hill behind a picket fence, and there is a plaque in town noting her reputation. The Comstock Lode is the real history of Virginia City, remnants of the mines, and the millions, and millionaires, are everywhere, get a pass for train rides, mine tours, and wild west shootouts. In February 2009, the town received the Distinctive Destinations Award from the National Trust for ...