Reno, Carson City and Virginia City

“The Biggest Little City In The World,” has been the definition of Reno for more than 75 years. Always regarded as the gaming capital of Northern Nevada, Reno takes its’ namesake seriously by offering everything the player wants; reasonably priced hotels, dining prices back to the 60’s, free drinks, friendly dealers, no cover charge for lounge shows, and table limits that are player pleasin’. Car buffs, the Harrah’s Auto Collection displays over 200 classic automobiles. Kayak the rapids of the Truckee River through downtown Reno. Enjoy seasonal theme street parties ranging from classic Doo Wop through disco. Reno, a little city, but BIG on fun!

Carson City was founded in 1858 and named after the famous frontiersman, Kit Carson. In 1864, Carson City was designated as Nevada’s state capital. Carson City flourished because of its’ proximity to the silver mines; deemed the Comstock Lode. Tours of the Capital building are very informative regarding the past, and present. The stately silver dome atop the building reflects brilliantly in the sunlight. The 2.5 mile Kit Carson Trail winds through Carson City’s historic Victorian homes district, and bronzed medallions along the route highlight particular points of interest. “All Aboard” the historic 1860’s Virginia & Truckee Railroad for the 16 miles journey between Carson City and Virginia City. Scenic views from the train’s windows includes the Carson River, the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range, abandoned mines, and occasionally, the native wild mustangs!




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