Sonoran Suites Of Las Vegas
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... Hoover Dam which is a pretty dominating and impressive piece of architecture. It was fascinating to hear about how it was finished under budget AND two years early, BUT 1 in 52 of the workers died during construction. Even more interesting is that the power the dam generated is what allowed for the glitzy energy-demanding city of Las Vegas to really bloom.
It was odd spending a day up in the forests away from Vegas, it's strange ...
... maps out and we had to get a bus there. We got our pictures taken by the ‘FREE professional Smartphone photographer’ and of course she asked for a tip… Wasn’t happening. This tipping business is seriously annoying, people need to understand were on a budget and we are not budgeting for tips, especially for ‘FREE’ services, the cheek! We came across the pawn shop that’s on the telly too ‘Pawn Stars’. So we checked ...
We ended our day in Vegas with the Donny and Marie Show. I was blown away. What a great show. They were both awesome and very high energy. Their dancers and band were great and I was surprised at how much I enjoyed the show? Great fun!
Next week we will be seeing the Cirque du Soleil Show, Mystere, I can't wait.
Bye for now and stay ...
... wine is served in IV bags, shots come in personalised pill bottles.....oh, and it's obligatory to wear a hospital gown!! Great fun. Unfortunately we were all pretty exhausted from our partying the night before, the early mornings, so wanting to make the most of the super comfy bed at the hotel before we swapped it for the tents, we all headed to bed earlyish before we started our journey to Zion National Park the next ...
... on the right hand side. It was an hours drive to the Valley of Fire and we encountered no problems along the way it was nice to see the landscape transform from yellow to red as the journey went on. The park was great along with the red rock formations we saw some ancient drawings that went back thousands of years which was fascinating as it was proof that once upon a time the park was habitable to humans. After driving through that state park we ...