Tahoe Valley Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Tahoe Valley Lodge South Lake Tahoe
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... of the air- pure pine needles. I have never smelt anything like it- I wish that smell could be bottled up and taken away.
No-one was here- it was so quiet and relaxing.
On Sunday the weather cleared and I saw the true beauty of the lake. I have been very fortunate with my travels and have travelled all around the World but this lake really is something. Even suffering with the drought ...
Crossing over the 1,000 mile mark was not only a symbolic line but a environmental line as well. At mile 996 we left yosemite behind, A few miles later it was noticeable why. Behind was the grand tall and strong high Sierra and ahead was the volcanic dark mountains of northern california. The change of scenery was surprisingly abrupt, but I welcomed it with each stride. My feet would soon dry out and the terrain would slightly level out. Though ...
... just across the border from Missouri. She was delighted to meet some Midwesterners and we were delighted to eat her grilled cheese sandwiches! Enormous gray rain clouds covered us for most of the day again. It's hard to get a good charge on the solar panel with this.
This is the first service I have had in about 4 days. I will post as much as I can in the following weeks. I hear the Sierras is the notorious dead zone for cell coverage on the trail. I hope everyone is doing ...
... located on the beach on Camp Ric******* for an amazing rum runner drink and calamari appetizer where we enjoyed a gorgeous view of the lake. Just want to mention the Tahoe Keys Marina. You'll find it if you turn right on 15th Street off the 89 West. It's a beautiful Marina surrounded by well kept homes on canals. Our friends stayed for dinner and we ate outside on the picnic ...
... a fierce war was fought between the Modoc tribe and the US Army, the former being forced to live elsewhere. We carried on south, leaving Oregon and entering California and into more typical Americana. The landscape cried out for a cowboy or two, herding castle across the plain; tumbleweed blew across the highway; and I was thrilled to spot the sheriff of Lassen County, on the lookout for any ...