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... of South Dakota and Boston. But in the end, our hunger for abundant sunshine brought us to Las Vegas. (Also, I had been more and more into playing poker for several years prior to this time, and what better place to chase that dream than Vegas?)
In the end, we spent two years in Vegas and then decided, ironically, that we really wanted to be in Seattle. So what happened in Vegas? (This time, it won't stay there!)
Our first year in Vegas was pretty fun. I rekindled ...
... I have ever seen but entertaining enough, amd he was happy that we went. So many shows to choose from here, but none as cheap and not many that everyone could agree on so we chose this one and after yet another buffet dinner, we decided to go and see the Variety show at the V theatre at planet Hollywood. One of the cheaper Vegas shows but definitely worth every cent. It was first in best dressed seating and after a ...
... as we couldn't work out why all of a sudden, there were these big buildings in the middle of the desert.
We met Gerry, a dentist that Dad has spoken with for about 30 years, yet never met. It was a really lovely moment seeing them met for the first time after all these years. Gerry had booked and paid for our accommodation, as well as getting a big bag of M&Ms with all our names printed on them. His generosity was phenomenal. He ...
... paratroops falling out of the a plane at 12,000 feet over the desert. As exiting you can feel the temperature drop like you was falling out of the sky. Following the couple other coach loads of tourists to appear one of the seven wonders of the world. Stoping suddenly and thinking I'm in a Hollywood movie set with a massive green screen in front of me. Then a voice saying 'what's your thoughts' replying ' this isn't realy!!!'. Taking a few seconds to realises where I am ...
Writing this at 8am, 11th October 2014, MGM Signature, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.
Waking up in Gallup we had a huge decision to make. We had two choices:
Scenario 1. We finish Route 66 as planned taking detours to the Grand Canyon and Las Vegas. If we had any spare time we could dash up to San Francisco and back before we catch outer next flight from Los Angeles on the 16th. It would mean we would complete all 2451 miles of Route 66, one of the main ...