Super 8 Carson City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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August 10, 2014
Larry, Frank, Bud and I headed to Ebbetts Pass through the Sierra Nevada range and Alpine Lake Inn on the California side of Lake Tahoe for a thrilling ride on the Harleys. The weather through the canyon pines was perfect. While the road was steep in places, and did have a few 270 degree turns, the curves were gentle like you were gliding down a ski slope. We stopped to meet up with a couple of friends in ...
... in Orlando only with taller trees! Very touristy! We soon arrived at Zephyr Cove to set sail on Lake Tahoe aboard the Ms Dixie. Our cruise would take us to Emerald Bay passing by Fannette Island in the center, a very popular location at Lake Tahoe. Emerald Bay was recognized as a National Natural Landmark by the federal Department of the Interior in 1969. It is quite ...
... types of birds. We watched a nesting osprey through a spotting scope a bird-watcher had set up.
After a while we headed back to the Mono Basin Visitor Center where we learned that Mark Twain called Mono Lake "the dead sea of California." We saw a film called "Of Ice and Fire, the Story of Mono Lake Basin. Outside the building and around the eaves were numerous nests with cliff ...
... long and one block wide town filled with buildings built in late1860’s and 1870’s. Nothing much earlier than that exists because of a fire in 1866. The sidewalks are wooden and the buildings have rough-hewn wooden floors. They are not restored; they’re too uneven with cracks between and huge nails. The buildings all have a rough, weather-beaten appearance with original business names ...
We left Ross' this afternoon on the final leg of our trip. Today it wasn't the "bumblebee" navigator who called the shots, it was Mr. "this car was made to go 130 miles per hour". Even so, with all of the traffic on the freeway, trucks in the mountains, and never-ending road construction, it took us almost six hours to get home. Of course we did stop at our favorite Mexican joint and favorite pie stand (thanks for the tip, fairies!). When we got close to Truckee, ...