Crystal Bay Travel Guide

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Crystal Bay Things to Do

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    by machomikemd Written Nov 15, 2013

    Crystal Bay and Incline Village offers a variety of Lodges and Inns facing the Northern Shore of Lake Tahoe at the Crystal Bay Area for some private time or some water activities, swimming, water sports or just plain hiking and mountain biking. If you want to gamble and to other activities, then hop on to Inclinde Village and to the Casinos within Crystal Bay, which are located a few minutes drive from the lodges and inns at the shoreline of Crystal Bay here in Northern lake Tahoe.

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    by machomikemd Written Nov 15, 2013

    like what I've Said, In california, there are no major casinos as the casinos are only allowed at Indian Reservations like at Cache Creek or a Thunder Valley here in Northern California, In Nevada, gambling is legal all along the State and if you are staying at the Placid Brockway and want to gamble or to have lively shows and bars and playing the slot machines, then just drive a few minutes or walk to the stateline to Crystal Bay to the Casinos. Crystal Bay and Incline Village is a notorious Tax Haven too for Californians who want to avoid to pay California's Higher Taxes than Nevada.

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    by Yaqui Updated Oct 8, 2009

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    One thing that stands out is a beautiful bronze statue that graces the front of the casino. Sadley the plaque is fading and not very readable. Yet, the statue is so detailed and stunning.

    Chief Joseph was in 1840 and became the leader of the Nez Perce tribe, whose lands were in what is now Oregon and Washington in the western United States. In 1877 he led his tribe in a 1400-mile retreat from U.S. troops in 1877, which ended in the Battle of Bear Paw Mountains in Montana. Joseph is now especially remembered for the statement he made then: "From where the sun now stands I will fight no more forever." Chief Joseph is often said to have died of a broken heart after spending the last two decades of his life on reservations. He died on 21 September 1904 of heart failure.

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