Mark Twain Quote

Posted in Reno Reservations, Reno Travel, Travel with tags , on November 22, 2014 by Reno Lake Tahoe Reservations

Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry and narrow-mindedness.
– Mark Twain

 

Happy Veteran’s Day

Posted in Event, Reno Event with tags , , on November 11, 2014 by Reno Lake Tahoe Reservations

Hope everyone is having a wonderful holiday weekend.

RENO RESERVATIONS

 

14 Travel Tips and Tricks

Posted in Reno Reservations, Reno Travel, Travel, Travel Tip with tags , , , , , , , , on November 8, 2014 by Reno Lake Tahoe Reservations

 

 

Thread your necklaces through plastic drinking straws to avoid tangles. Cut the straws to a desired length for bracelets and anklets. source
 

 

When packing toiletries, unscrew the lids and cover each opening with a small piece of plastic wrap and then screw the lids back on. source
Make your own flat iron/ curling iron holder. Fold a pot holder in half and sew along the edge.
Now you can pack it even while it is hot. source
 
Save on space by transferring products like foundation and liquid blush into a contact lens case. source
 
Pack your shoes inside shower caps to keep dirt from getting on your clothes.  source
 
 
 
 
Protect your camera by storing it in a hard plastic saod case. source
 
 
 
Use an empty tic tac container to store items such as bobby pins, toothpicks, or place a needle, some thread and a few buttons inside for a mini sewing kit. source
Make your own single use antibiotic packs by squeezing the product into plastic straws and melt the ends closed with a lighter. source
Use buttons to keep matching earrings together and keep them from getting lost in the corner creases of your bag. source
If your heading to the beach don’t forget to pack some baby powder. Pour a small amount onto your hands then rub it on your skin to remove sand. source
 
 Use a plastic cereal dispencer as a trash can fro your car. source

 

 

Turn a pill container into a portable spice kit. source
Place cotton balls and cotton pads inside your makeup containers to keep them secure so that they don’t break. source
Don’t forget about your house plants while you are away. Make your own automatic watering system by filling a vase with water. Using a 1/4″ nylon cord place one end in the vase touching the bottom. Place the other end into the soil of your potted plant about 3 inches deep. The nylon will wick the water from the vase and water your plant as needed. source
diyhshp.blogspot.com

Happy Halloween

Posted in Event, Holiday Event, Reno Reservations with tags on November 1, 2014 by Reno Lake Tahoe Reservations

Hope you have a very Happy Halloween and a great weekend!

 

Ghost Halloween Glitter

Reno Reservations

Car Travel Tips with Children

Posted in Reno Reservations, Reno Rooms, Reno Travel, Travel, Travel Tip with tags , , , , , , , on October 25, 2014 by Reno Lake Tahoe Reservations

untitled

No, you’re not almost there yet — in fact, you haven’t left your ZIP code. When a trip to the grocery store leaves your kids whining from boredom, the prospect of a family road trip is enough to inspire nightmares, and unless you have a bus fitted with private bunks and a fridge stocked with snacks, you might imagine your kids will spend the whole trip cranky and bickering. Don’t assume the worst, though. With plenty of advance prep and an arsenal of distractions ready to keep little ones happy, this is going to be your best trip yet.

Step 1

Outfit the car with gear that should keep the kids physically comfortable. Attach sun shades to un-tinted side windows to keep the back of the vehicle cool. Place a blanket at each child’s spot in the car in case he feels the air conditioning is too cold; you might also pick up battery-operated personal fans for kids to use when they feel warm. Stow a small pillow for each child to ensure comfortable napping; neck pillows are ideal for kids stuck in middle seats.

 Step 2
Create a seat schedule if your children always fight about who sits where and when. (This only works if all your kids are out of car seats.) Divide up each leg of the trip into parts equaling the number of kids; for instance, with three kids, break a nine-hour trip into three-hour blocks. Assign kids to their seats on a rotating basis, or let each child have his choice of seats for one leg of the trip. Keep the schedule with you in the front seat to avoid confusion about whose turn is when.

Step 3

Dress every child in his most comfortable clothes. Let kids wear pajama bottoms, oversized T-shirts and bedroom slippers if they want. Ask each child to keep one sweatshirt or light jacket with him in the car. He can use it to cover up a sloppy outfit before going into a rest stop or pull it on if he wants more comfort.

Step 4

Load a bag with snacks. Keep it within your reach, or stow it in the trunk and pull out a few new items at every stop. Pick low-sugar foods, since you don’t want confined kids on a sugar rush; nutrition expert Joy Bauer suggests string cheese, whole nuts, rice cakes and sliced oranges and apples as tasty low-sugar snacks. Dole out a snack every few hours to keep kids feeling satisfied. Keep a jug of filtered water in a cooler to refill everyone’s water bottles periodically.

Step 5

Give each child a paper bag to fill with books, video games, stuffed animals or handheld devices — including earphones and extra batteries — to keep at his seat. Ask that he pack the rest of his toys in his suitcase to prevent the car from feeling like it’s stuffed with junk. Pick up a few surprises, like new coloring books and handheld travel games, to pull out once you’re on the road.

Step 6

Schedule stops every two to three hours. Insist each child get out of the car during each stop, unless he’s asleep. Lead everyone in a five-minute walk around the rest stop, or pull the car over to an empty corner of the parking lot and lead kids in a quick round of yoga stretches and jumping jacks. Everyone will feel much less antsy once back in the car.

USA Today

Genius Travel

Posted in Reno Reservations, Reno Rooms, Reno Travel, Travel, Travel Tip with tags , , , , , , , , , , on October 4, 2014 by Reno Lake Tahoe Reservations

Keep loose chargers and cables organized with a glasses case.

d52c789663d5dbeb39574ad046502648_650x

Use straws to carry travel-size amounts of skin care products.

3872e26610986eaa555f6b32d56b8c1f_650x

 

Put a dryer sheet at the bottom of a suitcase to keep your clothes smelling fresh.

738410dff24cd64aa2f56e10b731d363_650x

Use a spring from an old pen to protect chargers from bending and breaking.

18b4fc79e3f56220ee651324cb4af0f8_650x

 

Skip the long lines for airport bathrooms.

fb5b1af3c5686354de51e018915f2e07_650x
It may seem like common logic, but the first bathroom in the terminal is the most crowded one. Use the next one to skip the long waits and save precious time.   Source: quora.com

Use a binder clip to protect the head of shaving razors.

68c976e315a76cc8e2e0cee0ea8b738e_650x
If you forget your wall plug, charge devices through the USB slot on a TV.

690b4463a3c9b02025ffa2ba05e8f57d_650x
Roll clothes, instead of folding, to save tons of baggage space.

2ef48e14b7b8f732df4fbbc3da74d472
If you have clothes that need to be folded, use tissue paper to keep them from wrinkling.

39a6778612c8c7e16ffc920a987e49f7_650x

Source: pinterest.com
dissatisfy.com

 

Mark Twain Quote

Posted in Reno Travel, Travel with tags , , , , on September 12, 2014 by Reno Lake Tahoe Reservations

“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines, sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.” – Mark Twain

Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.