Travel Blogs from Reno
... was nice, it was basically empty and we had to the pool/tub to ourselves.
Then it was back to our room, we updated the blog, and went to bed.
The next morning, we grabbed the free continental breakfast, and it was off for another five or so hour drive to Oregon, home of Crater Lake National Park.
All in all, a good stay in Reno, it may be some place we come back to, especially due to its proximity to Lake Tahoe, just not quite as much of an adventure as the other days.
... to head back to Canada.
We all checked out downtown Reno which in our opinion has seen better days. Very much stuck back in time around 1978 to 1988. I really wish I would have brought my denim vest and roller skates now.
Im now heading back to work for 15 days then back to the RV where we will make our way to Vegas via Zion Park.
... hiking. We had our first real wet day and found a nice café with an epic supply of building blocks and wifi and did some emails.
We are getting pretty good at this mobile home malarkey and have got a good routine going. We spend less than one night per week in RV parks (no walmarts at all for ages, maybe since Nebraska!) and about 2 nights per week in state or national park camp grounds. The latter are nice enough but also nice just to rock around in the daylight ...
... could dangle at me. When the Circus Circus hotel in Reno popped up with a "mobile deal" of $28 a night we jumped on it! And that is how Spread Eagle met the Big Top! Our rig got a much deserved night off and we got big, clean comfy beds that we could drop into as opposed to climb up to. On to Gardenerville for some good old fashioned family catch up ...
... if you blink you might miss it. This is very remote terrain and it is easy to see how a person could get lost here. We do see a few pick up trucks here and there on the side of the road where people have stopped ...
Other places to stay in Reno
495 West Street, Reno | Hotelfrom $49