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rant.gifI just want to find a nice place to stay in Tahoe the will let us rent out a hall! Am I asking too much for a CALL BACK! Man I have called/emailed several places and I get the run around. I don't want my guests to get the run around. I wish I had the money to get a wedding planner who would deal with all this stuff---ok I am done.

I have a WW meeting tonight other wise I would totally grab a cookie!

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a friend of mine got married at a cute little place, I will have to look it up and see where it was. I will be "home" next week let me know if you want me to take pictures of anything for you. I wasn't planning to go to Tahoe, but I am sure I can get up there.

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Where are you looking at? I live in Reno (30min awayfrom Tahoe). Let me know if I can help you with anything.

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Thanks for the link. We have looked at that place and are actually getting married by Lake of the Sky weddings somewhere on the lake.

 

I finally heard back from the hotel I was looking at and got catering quotes that are higher than I was expecting so we are on to plan "b" ( or "m" no clue how many times we have had to change it.)

 

We are going to, hopefullly, rent a cabin/house so we can have people over after the wedding. The hotel was going to charge us close to $40 a person for BBQ! NO way am I paying that.

 

Has anyone heard of "Forest Suites"? I read reviews on their Hotel and the hotel rooms got poor reviews but people like the suits so that is what we are blocking out.

Does anyone know if there are good casinos close by Tahoe or in Stateline? I have never been so I welcome any advice or hints!

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Thanks for the link. We have looked at that place and are actually getting married by Lake of the Sky weddings somewhere on the lake.

I finally heard back from the hotel I was looking at and got catering quotes that are higher than I was expecting so we are on to plan "b" ( or "m" no clue how many times we have had to change it.)

We are going to, hopefullly, rent a cabin/house so we can have people over after the wedding. The hotel was going to charge us close to $40 a person for BBQ! NO way am I paying that.

Has anyone heard of "Forest Suites"? I read reviews on their Hotel and the hotel rooms got poor reviews but people like the suits so that is what we are blocking out.
Does anyone know if there are good casinos close by Tahoe or in Stateline? I have never been so I welcome any advice or hints!
Stephanie, the only casinos are at stateline, the old ceasars, now called Montbleu

then there is Harrah's

Harvey's

those are the three big ones...Harrah's has a great steak house that is at the very top and has a pretty view of the lake.
Montbleu is very modern looking and has a couple of night clubs and bars for nightlife
They all have fun shows to see for evening stuff...and of course gambling!!!

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