Tahoe Sands Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTahoe Sands Resort Tahoe Vista
A great spot, and one of the few with a nice sand beach on the north shore
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The temperature dropped to 81 as we continued climbing into the Sierra Nevada Mountains.
Passed Donner Summit with an elevation of 7,227 feet.
5:30 PM - Arrived at beautiful Lake Tahoe.
Stopped at a Safeway near our motel and there were long lines at every register & the store is packed. Girl in front of us in line said that there is a huge "mudder" event at a resort above the ...
... split up into groups and headed to the Tahoe Center for Environmental Sciences (TCES) for our "Being There" experience. The HET model strongly suggests that students begin each unit of study with an "anchor" experience. The experience can be a field trip to a place outside of school, or it can be a trip right on school campus. This allows children to relate everything they learn back to a genuine learning experience. What a great idea!! We have ...
... without planning, sedation, time and equipment are loaded into holding pens that are made of reinforced concrete which hopefully will protect them. As they attempt to leave the park with the animals the fire blocks the roads and they can't drive away but are forced ...
... is less likely to be detected or takes longer to get detected. The bank staff quickly reactivated my card and I was on the road again, but well behind the main party. I toured the main street and left as the sun was getting low. I would definitely visit Virginia City again and would have loved to have spent the night and dined in any of the restaurants with the spectacular view of the valley behind the towns main ...
... feet, but for some reason it was different here. I felt like my skin was on fire. But it's a dry heat. :)
I did get to spend one afternoon at Lake Tahoe. Solitary trip. Everyone I know has a real job, and it was a weekday, but that's fine. Parked along the roadside a mile or so shy of Sand Harbor and hiked down to the water. I knew what lay ahead of me, so it took probably a half hour of standing on the granite ...