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    The Silver Legacy Casino is old school and a great glimpse into the past and silver mining times. There's also a National Bowling Center which appeared since my last visit to Reno over two years ago now. I suspect it's iconic with its homage to bowling. Virginia Street is the main 'hub' and strip worth a wander, and if you like art, check out the Nevada Art Museum.

    If you have a car, and it's en route to somewhere else you are heading, consider a detour to Virginia City southeast of Reno and north east of Carson City. It's a through back to old western Nevada and silver mining with a great mining museum. If nature or the northern direction is more your speed, check out Pyrmaid Lake, huge expanse of blue in the dessert and Indian historical relevance. over 6 years ago

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    I was in Reno many years ago one winter, cross country skiing near the shore of Lake Tahoe. It was beautiful. I'm sure it's equally nice in the summer, minus the snow. If you like the outdoors, hiking the Lake Tahoe area would probably be enjoyable. I'm not much of a gambler, but I recall the free food in the casinos was great. over 6 years ago

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    Miles of river walk...kayaking...Reno is surrounded by public land for hiking. Try java jungle for coffee and wild river for fine dining on the river. Have a cocktail outside if the weather is fine. almost 6 years ago

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    hot August nights, the largest car show in the mountain west; August 7-12; classic cars are everywhere. almost 6 years ago

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    Take the drive up to Lake Tahoe, one of the most beautiful places on earth! almost 6 years ago

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