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... thing we learnt on that first night was how vast the Strip is. From a glance, the hotels look like they are bunched together and easily walkable but we quickly realised with the sheer size of just one hotel and how long it took to get anywhere that we would have a lot of walking ahead of us.
Our hotel, The Flamingo (yes it does have real flamingos in the gardens) was the first hotel to be built in Vegas by ...
... golf at Badlands Golf Course. I am going shopping!
Jumped on the shuttle and went all the way to the southern end of the strip to the DFO area. The bus ride is amusing - there are so many different people all chatting away.
A quick visit to the Boot Barn and I have myself a pair of western boots. And at a third of the price of the ones in Nashville.
Did a bit of shopping but nothing too extravagant. Got perfume ...
We decided that after all of the stress of purchasing a car in a foreign land and driving around LA we deserved a treat! So off to Las Vegas we went!!
The drive out there was very interesting through the desert landscape and it was exciting to come over the ridge to see the Vegas strip in the valley below.
We stayed at Harrah's Casino. Cheap and cheerful, but in a great position on The Strip. They wanted to charge an extra ~$20 a night for a drinks ...
Well our worst fears were realised today! We lost both the kids in Vegas!!! It was only in the hotel , but as the hotel is the size of Mount Gambier with the same amount of people it was awful. We were going to the lift but they ran off and decided to go down the stairs. We were on the 21 floor so it was a terrible idea ,we followed them but couldn't find them. That was the start of the worst hr of my life we had all the security guards looking for them, the guards were fantastic ...
... out some of the strangest of folk. Sat opposite me on the trolley, were perhaps three of the strangest people I have ever seen. Firstly there was an old Jamaican man who sang reggae to himself before talking and laughing to non existent people. He seemed to be having an amazing time in his own mind and every few minutes dance moves would follow his singing. Next to this fellow sat an older women who appeared normal at first albeit dressed like some form of cabbage ...