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West Covina, California
October 11, 2005
Club Tahoe was a perfect jumping off point to explore the beauty of Lake Tahoe and surrounding area. Located in Incline Village, it was quiet and very relaxing, with a wonderful woodsy atmosphere surrounding it. It is set among tall pine trees a few blocks from the lakeshore. The units are spacious, with the usual conveniences found in modern, up-to-date facilities. We did not utilize many of the amenities of the resort, as we were to busy exploring the surrounding area and came home in the evening ready to relax in the comfort of our well-appointed home away from home.
It was a two-bedroom unit with a loft that could easily sleep up to six people. The only drawback about this unit was the fact that it was designed more on the vertical than on the horizontal. What I mean by this is the entrance was on one level and the bedrooms and baths were on a lower level, while the living room, dining area, and kitchen were up a level. The loft was then up another level via a winding staircase. This meant that a trip to the bathroom from the living room required navigating two flights of stairs. They were small flights, but nonetheless, it did require a bit of effort on my old legs. We did get used to it as the week wore on, but I learned to appreciate my single-story home even more!
From journal A Week in Lake Tahoe
July 21, 2003
From journal Lake Tahoe in the Winter