|Nevada is an arid state of the USA, lying between California and Utah. Most of the
state is within the Great Basin, but parts of the northeast drain into the Snake River and
the the southern portion is within the Mohave desert and the Colorado river drainage.
Although the majority of tourists only visit Las Vegas, Reno and Tahoe to gamble,
watch shows, and indulge themselves in food and drink, Nevada offers the more discerning
traveler western frontier experiences verging on horse opera cliche, and landscapes
utterly different from Europe, East Asia or more populated parts of North America.
Your stay in Nevada will be memorable while you stay at one of the state's
bed and breakfasts, country inns, historic hotels, farm and ranch homestay B&Bs, and
|Nevada is one of the largest states in the U.S., meaning you wont find a shortage
of action in the Silver State. Its one of the only places you can ski world-class
runs in the morning, then walk world-class greens in the afternoon. You can bike or hike
the Tahoe Rim Trail, navigate a kayak on the Truckee River through downtown Reno, take an
ATV up Sand Mountain near Fallon and snowmobile miles of wide-open terrain near Elko. You
can even test your Indy car or NASCAR skills in the Mario Andretti or Jeff Gordon Racing
School at Las Vegas Motor Speedwayafter you take in a world-famous show and dine at
a five-star resort and casino, of course. When you plan your stay in Nevada make
sure you plan to stay in one of the states quaint bed and breakfasts or inns.