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Day 2 Vegas and anna wanted to hit the outlets and holy snapping duck poop did she hit it!! And we'll I might have got a shirt and pair of dacks to. After the excitement of a shopping filled morning and lunch we returned to the cas and hit the bedroom but not in Las Vegas way it was in a we're ...
... a view! Some people say that a helicopter tour is the only way to really get a feeling for the size and the dimensions of this huge formation...and I can really understand why. Totally flashed by what I had seen I got back to my car and continued my journey westwards towards gambling heaven: Las Vegas.
To be honest with you, a lot of things have happened on this trip that weren't planned. For example, I had no idea that it was going to ...
... the day relaxing and then prepared a dinner of chicken and prawn skewers and grilled vegetables along with a green salad.
Another evening of playing cards with the whole family and yakking.
It is always great to spend time with any of my kids. The time with Eric and family filled with fun and love. More great memories made on this trip.
Friday morning, we left early for the next stop on our trip, Suzi's sister in Phoenix.
... very clever. Changed to go out (was so cold, but not as cold as previous night where I had my puffer coat & thermal top on), and went to Tropicana to see 'Illusions' by Jan Rouven. Enjoyed the show, some acts were quite obvious but for the most part we were dumbfounded & genuinely have no idea how he got from the stage to the middle of the audience in literally a split second! After the show we went to New York New York - a much ...
Vegas baby!!! 10 hours till anyway...
It's a 10hour drive from Yosemite to Vegas, which as an estimate is maybe 600miles? Which is roughly 1000km? 10 hour drive is just as it sounds. Nothing crazy and nothing to say really. As we left Yosemite it was open land... Desert. The only places for about 3 hours were navy and army training bases, off the road by 100km and no one knows what they do out there. No ones allowed to go.
Stopped a few times for a bathroom break ...