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Strolling Along Lake Tahoe Town, California

WE PARKED OUR CAR AT THE HURRAH'S CASINO... and from there, we walked along the streets of North Lake Lahoe...
Along the main road... mainly tourists and resorts...

Wanted to try the carriage...
But ended up giving her a pat only....
Here we are.... Lake Tahoe Resort Hotel...
And we could go up to the mountains via the cable cars just looming nearby... 
But since we were not going to ski, we didn't go up... hehehee...
Tourists' block...
Looks a bit like China walls... huh...
Kids' park...
Kids would love to do this, right!
Chocolate Factory... where I got a few chunks and bite them off while walking!
Live band playing old songs... Have You Ever Seen The Rain.... 
Shopping... shopping..... but not cheap.. $9.99 for a t-shirt...
Hang on... let me get my "Black Eyes"
There it goes.......
Cheeeeseeeee!
That's the last post for Lake Tahoe....
Only a day trip and we reached home almost 9pm ....
Phewwww....

Comments

  1. Ooooo....someone told me long ago....

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    1. Have you ever seen the Rain.. coming down... on a sunny day!

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  2. I see the chocolate factory, my favourite place, haha..

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  3. oooh, so this is the Lake Tahoe town.. can see it's more like a tourist spot with all the attractions.. nice place to hang out if you have more time huh?? and probably try more chocolates (for free), hehe :)

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    1. Hey, the chocs are not for free.... hehehe..

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  4. I always thought Rocky Mountains Chocolate Factory only exist in Colorado. Went all the way to Nevada huh..

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    1. Yeah... the border is just right at the Harrah's casino...

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  5. This is a very nice place to visit. Ha ha have chocolate to munch also. I may go for the carriage ride but no no to the cable car.

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  6. Nice place & surely I will drop in at the Chocolate factory.

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  7. What a lucky gal. I have never visited Lake Tahoe while holidaying for a month in California as it was winter and the area had snow storm. How come you didn't want to ski? It is so much FUN!!!!

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