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Find Nevada Travel and Tourist Information with links
to official travel and tourism websites and state resources for visitors
Nevada is also known as the Silver State, because of its large
silver mine industries.
The state capital of Nevada is Carson City.
About Nevada - Nevada Weather:
Find out more about Nevada before you travel there.
Nevada gets its name from the Sierra Nevada.
States neighbouring Nevada are: California,
Oregon, Idaho, Utah
The gambling centres of Reno and Las Vegas is what attracts most
visitors to Nevada; even the Greyhound from San Francisco to Salt Lake City and Denver
stops at Reno for enough time to let you play the slots; if you're over 21.
Apart from the distractions of the casinos and neon in Las Vegas and
Reno, there are also some scenic attractions in Nevada.
Hoover Dam straddles Nevada and Arizona. The colossus concrete
structure holds back the Colorado River, and creates a man-made lake.
A number of historical sites also survive in Nevada: An 1868 mansion
in Virginia City is known as the Castle; the Mormon Station Historic State Monument is in
Genoa; and you can visit Fort Churchill Historic State Monument in Yerington.
Many of Nevada's museums exhibit Native American crafts and artefacts
and relics from the early mining days.
Among these are the Nevada State Museum, in Carson City; North-eastern
Nevada Museum, in Elko; and the Nevada Historical Society, in Reno.
The official word from the state of Nevada's public office.
The excitement capital of the world; especially if you win.
Nevada Ghost Towns
When silver mining was no longer profitable in Nevada, the people
moved out. You can find at least twenty of these historic ghost towns between Lake Tahoe
and Salt Lake City, and there are many more around Nevada.
Lake Tahoe crosses the boundary between California
and Nevada, at an altitude of about 1,897 m. On its shores are tourist resorts and state
Accommodation in Lake Tahoe
Casino and Spa: Lake Tahoe, Nevada.
55 Highway 50.
MontBleu Resort Casino and Spa.
|Overlooking Lake Tahoe
and the Sierra Nevada mountains, MontBleu Resort Casino and Spa gives you rustic lodging,
without the rustic part. The resort boasts boast 440 luxurious rooms, many with
spectacular lake and mountain views.
Hotel amenities include the 40,000-square-foot
casino (with 24-hour table games, slots, new poker room and a sports book), MontBleu
Theatre (with national touring acts), Blu Nightclub, seven restaurants, lagoon-style
indoor pool and spa, Onsen Spa, the Sport Shop, and shops for gifts, clothing, and other
The hotel also offers chartered yacht cruises, outdoor tennis and basketball courts.
All rooms feature dataports, voicemail, cable tv, marble bathrooms, safes,
air-conditioning, high-speed Internet access (fee charged), wireless high-speed internet
(no fee charged), turndown service, and video game consoles.
The Washoe and Paiute tribes were already here when a trading post
was set up in 1851. Silver was discovered in the nearby Comstock Lode and the Carson City
silver dollar was born.
Carson City thrives on tourism. Apart from the casinos, tourists can
also visit Old West ghost towns, and abandoned gold and silver mines.
The desert area is known as Death Valley, and it holds the record
of the hottest temperature ever recorded in North America, a sweltering 57� C, in 1913.
Death Valley National Park, in south-western Nevada and south-eastern California, is the largest in the adjoining United States.
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