Super 8 Reno/University Area
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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This morning we woke up to find ourselves in Nevada and the train still going. We unfortunately missed all of Utah as we travelled through the state during the night, I woke up briefly when we got to Salt Lake City but Terrance told us we were there only for around 15 minutes. The scenery was extremely boring at this stage of the journey with desert like landscapes and nothing much else. We went to breakfast early, 6.30am ...
... 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.
... than either Las Vegas or St. George.
Reno is located in high desert with 300 days of sunshine, 7.5" of precipitation and 24" of snow annually. The Sierra Nevada Range is 10 minutes away, the beautiful Lake Tahoe is a mere 45 minutes. Reno has a small town feel. The people are nice and very polite. We can drive to Southern California in a day to visit friends and family. The Sierra Canyon Community is lovely ...
Warning: This is a long entry. Seems I have finally found my voice.
Left Petaluma on Tuesday morning (Sep 3), heading for Rocklin (101 miles) and an overnight stay in the Camping World parking lot. My first parking lot experience and it turned out just fine.
Used the MH batteries to power lights and water pump to access water from the fresh water tank.
The MH has two batteries and 4 different tanks to hold: fresh water, gray water from the kitchen sink, ...
... br> Our route today took us from Reno, through Susanville, CA (395), picked up 139 at Susanville and followed it to Klamath Falls, Oregon. From Klamath Falls, we traveled north on 97 and then picked up 62 to Fort Klamath. We are at Crater Lake Resort tonight.
I was pleased with the terrain through which we traveled today. I had expected it to be more barren and was pleasantly surprised to ...