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Old August 7th 03, 10:13 PM
Chris Otto
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Hello all,
I am planning a ski trip to Tahoe this winter and looking for some
lodiging ideas in the South Lake Tahoe area. I have stayed at
Harvey's before and I am looking for something a little more
accomodating for a group of 6-8. We could split up into separate
condos or lodges if we have to, but it would be nice to be able to
hang out by the fireplace, etc of a common room. We still like the
nightlife though, so close to the action. Shuttles to Heavenly would
be a plus. I'm not sure if I want to pay for ski in/ski out
--especially if we will be going to casinos every night anyway.
Thanks for the help.
Chris Otto
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Old August 8th 03, 01:27 AM
Terry Morse
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Chris Otto wrote:

Hello all,
I am planning a ski trip to Tahoe this winter and looking for some
lodiging ideas in the South Lake Tahoe area. I have stayed at
Harvey's before and I am looking for something a little more
accomodating for a group of 6-8.


The Forest Inn is in California but literally backs up to the
Harrah's parking lot. They have units in size up to 2-bedroom:

http://www.forestinn.com/accomm.html

The Heavenly Gondola passes overhead.

The Ridge Tahoe is at Heavenly's Stagecoach Lodge. There is a free
shuttle to Harrah's:

http://www.ridge-tahoe.com/

Maybe you would be happy with a cabin or condo. I have a web page
that lists a few lodging companies:

http://www.terrymorse.com/ski/places/tahoe.html

The units along Kingsbury Grade, east of Stateline, are still pretty
close to the "action".
--
terry morse Palo Alto, CA http://www.terrymorse.com/ski/
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Old August 8th 03, 05:33 AM
DMiller851
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Default South Lake Tahoe lodging ideas

Try the Tahoe Seasons. 100 yard walk to the Heavenly Tram and it's a 5 minute
free shuttle ride over to the casinos.
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Old August 11th 03, 11:58 AM
Chris Otto
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Default South Lake Tahoe lodging ideas

Thank you to both of you. These all look like they might work. We
want to stay over New year's but it looks like I am running late to
book rooms for the holiday. I'll keep trying though...
Chris

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Try the Tahoe Seasons. 100 yard walk to the Heavenly Tram and it's a 5 minute
free shuttle ride over to the casinos.

 




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