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Lahaina, Hawaii, Afghanistan
January 28, 2005
South Lake Tahoe is only a 40-minute drive away and presents you with many more shopping and dining choices, but the north side of the lake is calmer and more peaceful.
The North side still allows plenty for you to do, and the casinos are only a few miles away, as well as the shopping, winter sports, and dining.
From journal Winter Wonderland
April 23, 2003
From journal Spring Break in Tahoe
Orchard Park, New York
April 15, 2003
The resort staff was very friendly and tried to organize a lot of activities. The participation was quite poor though, mostly because everybody was trying to be out on slopes early and spend the whole day there.
There's an outside unheated pool that we did not use (guess why) and also an outide heated whirlpool, which we did use and enjoyed.
The resort is right on the shore with beach access, which can really be great in summer.
From journal Week in Lake Tahoe
Pleasant Hill, California
December 5, 2002
From journal North Shore
July 12, 2002
From journal Lake Tahoe - Our Piece of Heaven
Grand Prairie, Texas
November 15, 2001
Each condominium is attractively decorated and offers an fully-equipped kitchen and washer/dryer. Most include a fireplace and balcony, and all offer covered parking, protected access, and elevators to every floor. Relax in one of the resort''s hot tub whirlpools or saunas. The beds are covered with a down comforter for great warmth during the winter.
Currently a developer is building a new complex in the valley which is causing major construction, but will bring additional restaurants and boutiques to the valley.
The Red Wolf is situated in the midst of a four-season wonderland. Hiking biking, horseback riding, white-water rafting, water sports, and close proximity to the casino nightlife of Nevada make this Sierra Mountain destination a year-round recreational paradise.
From journal Weekend Trip to Lake Tahoe
September 10, 2000
As it turned out, the farm was having a bad week and within a few days looked a whole lot better, but just as primitive. Having said all of that, I learned more about Bolivia while staying there for 3 nights than I did in a month's worth of travelling. It is a fun and exciting place to stay. Also, a good jumping off point for exploring a rarely visited region.
From journal Eastern Bolivian Rainforest