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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... him?” I said. “How about...Mr-T?” said Carol. “Perfect!” we all chanted. So Mr-T was the new addition to our A-Team who would be taking us around the Mid-West National Parks during the next two weeks.
And so we loaded up Mr-T, said goodbye to our San Fran apartment that had served us so well, and headed off to Twin Peaks to have one final 360 degree view over ...
... I loved going to SnowVentures with ski school - we skied and we went down a fast mountain where I went 60 km/ h, I nearly fell over, but I didn't. I went on a chair lift to get to the top of the mountain and that's when I went 60km/ h. Cathy's report: well what can I say - the kids have done the day justice ! Pete and I dropped the kids at ski school and took ourselves off to Alpine Meadow to put into practice what we had learned the day before. The ...
The drive to Lake Tahoe took us along the extremely straight and bare, longest road in America (HWY 50) which Brett took at about 100miles/hr (160km/hr). Here we met up we met up with Logan. After arriving Logan showed us around a few bars in Tahoe City, one in particular he used to work at on the water of Lake Tahoe.
The following morning Brett and Logan took some paddle boards out on the lake. Brett was thoroughly impressed with the clarity of the water being able to ...
We went back to the Silvermans and cooked out again. The kids had another game of All-American Ball and Shovel Ball. Before going to bed, Alex told us that Tahoe was expecting snow and that Donner Pass may be out of the plans for the next day. I guess I heard her but we had not seen snow in a while and it was April. It was sort of hard to process. Sure enough we woke up at 6am to a light dusting and Donner Pass was ...
... to the public on Saturday evenings throughout the year. The Western Nevada Astronomical Society hosts "Star Parties" Saturdays from sundown until 11 p.m. A star party is a gathering of people who share a common interest in astronomy. The society may schedule additional star parties for astronomical events like solar or lunar eclipses or meteor showers. For more information, please visit the WNAS web site at ...