Happy 4th of July

Posted in Uncategorized on July 4, 2016 by Reno Lake Tahoe Reservations

Hope everyone has a very safe and Happy 4th of July!


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How to Pack a Carry On

Posted in Uncategorized on June 20, 2016 by Reno Lake Tahoe Reservations

Happy Memorial Day

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Robert Louis Stevenson Quote

Posted in Reno Travel, Travel with tags , , on April 1, 2016 by Reno Lake Tahoe Reservations

I travel not to go anywhere, but to go.
I travel for travel’s sake.
The great affair is to move.
-Robert Louis Stevenson

Have a nice weekend!
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Happy Easter

Posted in Uncategorized on March 25, 2016 by Reno Lake Tahoe Reservations


And have a wonderful weekend!
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Top 10 Travel Essentials You Can Find at Your Drug Store

Posted in Reno Travel, Travel, Travel Tip with tags , , , on March 16, 2016 by Reno Lake Tahoe Reservations

The following product reviews are based on real-life travel experiences and reader feedback.

Note: Medications for travel are not included in this list, but it’s important that you pack the appropriate medications on your trip. Read more in Medications for Travel.

a bottle of downy wrinkle releaser1. Downy Wrinkle Releaser
Let’s face it: An iron and ironing board are not always readily available in our travels, and most of us cannot afford to buy an entire wardrobe of wrinkle-resistant travel clothes from Magellan’s. When packing for a trip, I’ve often sadly left my favorite dresses and tops behind because I deemed them too wrinkly to take abroad. But no more! I’ve discovered Downy Wrinkle Releaser, and I can now pack whatever I want without looking like an unkempt shar pei on vacation. Downy Wrinkle Releaser works by relaxing fabric fibers so that wrinkles can be smoothed out with your hand, and it’s safe on most fabrics. Just spray on your rumpled shirt, tug, smooth and wear. It’s available in a three-ounce bottle, perfect for travel.

trail mix with nuts and dried cherries2. Trail Mix
There’s a reason it’s called trail mix — the healthy blend of nuts, seeds and dried fruit provides plenty of energy for hikers and bikers. But it turns out the stuff may be just as suitable for air travelers as for trail trekkers. A few years ago, The New York Times reported that dried cherries, a common ingredient in many trail mixes, may help reduce the effects of jet lag. Cherries contain melatonin, an antioxidant that helps regulate sleep patterns. According to Dr. Russel J. Reiter, a well-known authority on melatonin, eating dried cherries before sleep while traveling can increase the body’s natural melatonin levels and may mitigate the effects of jet lag. Check your local drug store for a trail mix that contains dried cherries.

Don’t have a taste for trail mix? Find dried cherries at a health food store, or try Kashi Cherry Dark Chocolate granola bars.

box of colgate wisp toothbrushes3. Colgate Wisp
Brush your pearly whites while touring, hiking or flying — no sink needed. Colgate Wisp is a single-use disposable toothbrush with a bristled head that contains a unique “freshening bead.” The brush’s fresh bead does not foam like traditional toothpaste. Instead, it releases a mouth-cleaning liquid that is safe to swallow. The Wisp also has a handy pick at its bottom end for those tricky spaces between your teeth. The brush usually sells in a four-pack and a 16-pack.

bottle of Oscar Blandi's Pronto Dry Shampoo4. Oscar Blandi’s Pronto Dry Shampoo
Dry shampoo has long been a secret of runway stylists, and although it will not clean your hair quite as thoroughly as a regular shampoo, it’s a fabulous way to freshen up your ‘do in places like airplanes and camping tents, where a hot shower is not available.

I like Oscar Blandi’s one-ounce travel-size dry shampoo because of its lemony scent, non-aerosol packaging and convenient size. Spritz your hair with dry shampoo and comb it through to reduce oil, add body and shine, and eliminate dreaded “airplane head.” Dry shampoo is also perfect for busy vacations with itineraries that leave little time for hair washing.

Coppertone sun block stick5. Coppertone Sport Sunblock Stick
Coppertone Sport Sunblock Stick gets my vote for the most packable and portable sunblock protection available on the shelves of your local drug store. The 0.6-ounce sunblock, which resembles a small stick of deodorant, is perfect for carry-on luggage.

Since it’s not a liquid, it doesn’t need to be shoved into your over-stuffed zip-top bag. Plus, when you accidentally leave the cap off you won’t end up with clothes soaked in smelly sunscreen. The product’s non-greasy solid formula provides reliable sun protection without the mess of liquid sunblocks. You can buy it in SPF 55 and it’s particularly good for small spots, such as the face, ears or backs of hands.

tube of vaseline6. Petroleum Jelly
Petroleum jelly is the ultimate multi-use beauty product for travelers. It’s a moisturizer, lip balm, make-up remover, first-aid salve and more.

Soak a tissue with petroleum jelly to remove eye make-up (make sure not to get it directly in your eyes), rub it over blistered feet to soothe. Use a thin layer on wind-burned skin or smooth it on lips to protect them from dry airplane air. Best of all, petroleum jelly is cheap and comes in a carry-on compliant 2.5-ounce size.

7. Olay 2-in-1 Daily Facial Cloths
box of olay daily facialsReplace your bottle of face wash with Olay 2-in-1 or 4-in-1 Daily Facial Cloths and you’ll have one less liquid to squeeze into your carry-on zip-top bag. These disposable cleansing cloths have Olay facial soap soaked right into the fibers. Just add water and scrub your face! Olay Daily Facial Cloths come in a wide range of varieties for all skin types; there’s Normal Skin, Sensitive Skin and Combination/Oily Skin.

Olay also offers Wet Cleansing Cloths, which are moist facial cleansing cloths that you can use without any water (perfect for the plane). Save money by cutting the cloths in half with scissors — you’ll get twice as many for the same price — and purchasing the refill pack.

travel-size toiletry bottles8. Empty Carry-On Travel Bottle Set
Buyer beware: Travel-sized products can sometimes be full-size rip offs. For example, I found a 1.7-ounce travel-size bottle of Pert Plus 2 in 1 Shampoo Plus Conditioner that cost about 54 percent of the regular 13.5-ounce bottle of the Pert Plus 2 in 1 Shampoo Plus Conditioner at the same drug store. So if I were to buy the travel-size bottle, I’d be paying over four times as much for the exact same product.

It’s true, we recommend some travel-size products in this very list. However, these items are in spray containers, which may be hard to transfer into empty bottles. So instead of stocking up on a dozen overpriced travel-size shampoos and soaps, invest in a high-quality travel bottle set and only buy travel-size items that cannot be easily poured into smaller bottles, like sprays and aerosol cans. Create your own set of personalized travel products with your favorite shampoos and lotions, label them how you like, and reuse them on multiple trips. A Mon Image three-ounce Travel Bottle Pack gives you a set of four refillable bottles.

conair cordless styler9. ThermaCELL by Conair Cordless Compact Curler
Bring the ThermaCELL by Conair Cordless Compact Curler on overseas trips and you can leave your flat iron, curling iron, and mess of adapters and converters at home.

The cordless styler is powered by an thermacell engergy cell that provides hours of styling time without the need for plugs, which comes in handy when traveling to countries with different electrical sockets. Plus, its medium-size barrel works well for smoothing out coarse hair or giving curly hair defining waves. If you can’t find it at your local drug store, you can purchase the cordless styler on drugstore.com. Because it is powered by a thermacell butane gas cartridge, it can only be carried on a plane in your checked luggage and a replacement cell is not allowed.

roll of duct tape10. Duct Tape
Many avid travelers know the secrets of duct tape — it’s the closest possible thing to a packable travel cure-all. The countless uses for duct tape include repairing broken luggage, identifying luggage (wrap your bag with colored duct tape for easy spotting in baggage claim), temporarily bandaging wounds, covering blisters on feet, and taping passport and/or money under the hotel bed for security. A roll of Scotch Duct Tape on CVS.com sells for just a few bucks.


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How to Eat Healthy While Traveling

Posted in Reno Reservations, Reno Rooms, Reno Travel, Travel, Travel Tip with tags , , , , , , , on February 20, 2016 by Reno Lake Tahoe Reservations

It’s easy to give up on your diet or general healthy eating plan while you’re traveling. Whether the trip is for leisure or business, the constant rush of activities may make it tempting to stop at a fast-food outlet whenever hunger strikes, or indulge in unhealthy snacks or beverages. But if you keep healthy food choices on hand, you may maintain a healthy regimen during your travels with no regrets.

Step 1
Pack your own meal on the airplane flight or mode of transportation of your choice. This provides you with an alternative to eating the expensive and typically unhealthy prepared meals offered through the airline. Bring protein- and nutrient-dense dry food that won’t easily leak or get smashed in your bag. Examples include nuts, protein bars and firm fruit, like apples.

Step 2
Drink plenty of fluids during your trip. If you can, choose water over other beverages while you’re in transit. Milk and juices are adequate, but avoid soda and an excess amount of alcoholic beverages. Avoiding the latter is especially important for minimizing travel-related health conditions, such as jet lag.

Step 3
Stock your hotel room with bottled water, fresh fruit and healthy snacks like granola bars or fiber cookies. Doing so helps remove the temptation to raid the room’s mini bar, and can be indispensable for staving off hunger between business meetings or tourist activities.

Step 4
Avoid fast-food outlets. Though they may be a comforting choice when you’re in a new city, these kind of meal options are often high in fat and calories, and more importantly, they may cheat you out of experiencing the local culture. Wherever you decide to eat, focus on meals that incorporate healthy components, like fresh vegetables and lean proteins.

Step 5
Don’t forget to eat breakfast. This is usually easier said than done in the whirlwind of a vacation. However, breakfast helps prime your system and prepares you for a full day of activities or business meetings. If your hotel offers a complimentary breakfast, choose a high fiber and protein meal, such as whole grain toast with peanut butter, to give you instant energy and fill you up until lunch. This way you may reduce the temptation to snack in a few hours’ time.usatoday.com

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