Legacy Vacation Resorts-Reno
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I am sitting here writing this on the floor of our empty room. All of my furniture is gone, packed in storage and I have some last boxes to put away, but that's it. I had my final shift at work last night and we said goodbye to my parents and most of my friends but it still doesn't seem real to me. Everyone keeps asking us if we are excited and I feel almost guilty for not being. I still don't really believe that in less than ...
... ID, then to Whitefish, MT to visit more family. We then will travel into the Canadian Rockies to meet our travel companions, Jim and Connie, and spend some time in Banff National Park, Lake Louise, and Jasper National Park. The routes for travel north of Jasper will probably be decided as we sit around a campfire in one of those spectacular Canadian National Parks. Whichever route we choose, all roads lead to Alaska!
... We were disgusted to learn $5 for the hire of a luggage cart with a refund of a grand 50 cents, so needless to say we only got one, and struggled with the excess to the car rental depot.
Thankfully the drive to Carson City and our hotl was a short 30 mins, but poor Paul was totally exhausted physically and mentally by the time we hauled our gear to our room.
Thank goodness we're here 2 days not the 1 we feared!.
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Wednesday, July 23
If you zoom in on the small map in the corner of this page, you'll see that Reno is a city defined by the intersection of two freeways: Interstate 80 -- which comes up from San Francisco, through the Sierras, all the way across the country, ending in Teaneck, New Jersey; and U.S. Route 395 -- which runs from Interstate 15 in the Mohave Desert of Southern California to the Canadian border, in ...
... tour guide was lovely, and the tour organiser Bill could make friends with a wall he's so chatty. He loved my story about giving up work to get time to travel, his wife just did the same thing to do a motorbike tour with him! Also on the tour were a lovely young couple from Dallas who were in Reno to see 'So you think you can dance?' tour, 2 ladies from Detroit, really cheerful and vocal, and 2 women from Chicago who looked like the 2 fat ladies and were really ...