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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... was nice, it was basically empty and we had to the pool/tub to ourselves.
Then it was back to our room, we updated the blog, and went to bed.
The next morning, we grabbed the free continental breakfast, and it was off for another five or so hour drive to Oregon, home of Crater Lake National Park.
All in all, a good stay in Reno, it may be some place we come back to, especially due to its proximity to Lake Tahoe, just not quite as much of an adventure as the other days.
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 ...
... houses (she lived down the hill from me before moving to Red Rock) and new things in town. Reno has really grown in the past 22 years, and its downtown / River Walk area is really lovely.
I'd worked at UNR (the University of Nevada, Reno) for the entire time I lived in this high-desert town, first as Catering Director for the University Food Services, then in the Scheduling Office (where we managed all non-academic spaces and all classroom ...
... have set up their wares. At least not on the week days. A couple of small parks here offer playgrounds and grassy areas where two and four legged kiddos can romp. Quite a few homeless individuals are seen taking advantage of the parks and the many benches on the walk. St. Thomas Aquinas Cathedral is a block north of River Walk. We drive up Virginia Street in order to view the famous Reno sign.
The well-to-do live on the southern bluff ...
Reno, biggest little city in the world, is home to our good friend Chris. Lynell, his girlfriend, his dog Ralph and Chris. welcomed us with open arms, paws, bar and refrigerator. In other words, we ate and drank well and they provided anything we needed. When you are on the road for months at a time in a motor home, having a “home away from home” is very helpful.
We arrived on ...