Red Wolf Lodge At Squaw Valley
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... it is for me anyway, having always headed south from here in the past. Needless to say, the scenery was also beautiful but totally different from Yosemite. It's more open plains with distant mountains. Winding rocky rivers and endless straight roads. Small towns and trailer parks. Fortunately, no sign of the massive forest fire, and the trip up over the mountains and dropping down into Lake Tahoe was amazing. Fact of the day: the lake is massive! It is as long ...
... 50 for about 6 miles each direction from the Hotel. Stopped at a couple of beaches to take some pictures of the lake, but it sure was getting cold. Suppose to drop to about 26o tonight. Felt great to get back in the car each time where it was warm. Dropped the car off with the Valet and headed back to the room about 7PM. On our return Dave was already back in the room another $200.00 down. The Casino’s are empty; I don’t know ...
... and food prep for dinner. Dinner was cooked by Claire and Ros, which they served up a delicious stir fry. After dinner we celebrated Michelle's 28th birthday with cupcakes and pin the tail on the donkey. Feeling the effects of the sunburn I got and stomach I had the majority of the day I decided early night be good thing as up at 5.30am for Yosemite national park the last national park on the ...
Today we ventured from the heights of Kirkland pass to Carson City Nevada. a beautiful day of cycling mostly downhill. Carson Pass summit was awesome and we met the new docents for the visitor center and their wonderful dog that we all wanted to adopt. The downhill From ...
... a rare example of Gothic Revival style in Nevada. Built in 1859, in Washoe City, it was moved to Carson City on Virginia and Truckee railroad cars.
16. St. Charles-Muller’s Hotel
Infamous stagecoach driver Hank Monk tells us of his famous passengers, and the Carson City hotel which was his perennial first stop. Among the first hotels in Carson City, the Muller hotel served the working class, and later
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