When some of our bags didn’t make the flight from Denver to Reno, Nevada, the six of us hit the road in a mega-vehicle to entertain ourselves for four hours.
First on the agenda? Lunch! We found Midtown Eats and enjoyed a filling meal complete with industrial surroundings and a lively atmosphere.
In a town known for its quickie divorces, we found a unique advertisement for another way to deal with regret – Tattoo removal.
From the residential area, we drove downtown and were greeted quite stupendously.
When we noticed “striking architecture” up ahead, we decided to take a closer look.
The International Bowling Museum and Hall of Fame was free and very quiet. In fact, we were the only people there. The only sound came from a loop explaining the history of bowling shoes.
As we drove down the street, I noticed a peculiar park where children played called Playa Art Park. It looked as if Tim Burton had been its creative consultant. A child climbed out of the eye socket before I snapped the picture.
Only in Nevada!
My son, Kelly, discovered a most unique way to travel in Reno. A TARDIS!
Since Nevada is home to lots of weird phenomena and alien sightings, it wasn’t that surprising to discover an INFINITY RAINBOW.
We collected our luggage and the six of us headed to Lake Tahoe.
More of my wild adventure to come!
Have you been to Reno? Do you have plans to take a vacation this spring? Have you ever seen an infinity rainbow around the sun?
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