Mourelatos Lakeshore Resort
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
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... viewpoint looking down over Emerald Bay & Fanette Island (only island in entire lake.) Beautiful views.
Returned to our motel for lunch on our balcony and then drove around eastern shore to Fire Lookout Road (above casino) in Incline Village where one walks UP a paved road for a 1/2 mile to a trail at the top with interesting signs about lake's history, This trail actually starts in Nevada & you walk into California - so aptly ...
... bay it's name. There are numerous rocks framing the bay creating a picture perfect bay and an adventure play ground for the kids (and the big kids). There is also an open air theatre that hosts Shakespeare festivals for the slightly higher brow than us!
We settled into a classic day of swimming, french cricket, sandcastles and messing around on the rocks. We tucked into Maija's packed lunch and some cold beers. ...
... it and it made for a relaxing morning.
We met up with Cindy and Abby at Idlewild Park by the river. I got to catch up with them, and the kids had a great time. Brenna and her family joined us later, and then we all went out for dinner. It's hard for me to believe that I hadn't seen them in over 10 years. We used to get together all the time when I was a kid, but we all moved away. It meant a lot to see all ...
... house - man, what a house! Nancy and Bill live in a beautifully decorated home with a great view of Reno. We had a delicious steak dinner together.
Friday 7/12 Nancy, Becky, and I headed to Truckee, CA. It was a beautiful drive from Reno. Shopped a bit, then went to lunch at Moody's (excellent fish sandwich and hamburgers). Continued shopping for a while - this place had some memories for Becky ...
Every other day La has given me a couple of hours off to head out for a little ride. This time has been all important for me: - to see the area from another perspective, - to recharge for the inevitable and sometimes relentless kid-time. As you have seen by the San Fran pics my obsession with bridges, which I had warned you of in an earlier blog: The Golden Gate is an interesting bridge. When you first arrive, she frustrates you ...