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... capital of the Hualapai Nation, on Historic Route 66. Years of social and economic hardship led Hualapai Leaders to take measures that would lead to an independent future for the generations to come. As a result, the Hualapai decided to open their land to visitors in 1988, creating Grand Canyon West as a tourism destination.
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... 35 am, held up sitting on the plane by immigration until 7 ish. Getting through customs was a breeze - very quick and friendly customs staff. For one of the world's busiest airports...I don't know where all the people were; there were 2 planes that arrived from Sydney at the same time, and these were the only people in the airport. Sydney was exceptionally busy in comparison. Moving on from customs/immigration, the main delay was baggage!! Took forever to ...
... on Ancestry.ca. It was fun discovering new information about the family. Dad’s father was one of thirteen children and they were able to trace one of his uncles lines back to the 1840’s gathering information from the families of other descendants. Dan spent the day visiting our dear friend Valerie and her cat, Thomas. Valerie agreed to be caretaker for our most prized piece of art painted by the late Josanne VanHees. It is a beautiful landscape that deserves to be ...
... Harbour. It's weird and cool to look at. The room itself was nothing more than a nice hotel room, but the lobby for the hotel is right on the casino floor pretty much. It's huge and crazy and loud and bright and intense. And this is only the first of many casinos on the strip.
We spent a while walking up and down the strip. It was so hot, Vegas is a weird urban blip in the middle of a desert. And it feels like it!
We went to all the famous ...
... ahead. Tonight we had a few things planned. First up, our discounted tickets finally came in handy. We were off to the Tournament of the Kings. A production of medieval feasting and horse play in an arena in the Excalibur. We took our assigned seats in the Norway section and waiting for our server to take our very medieval drinks order of sprite and pepsi… Before long the knights were announced and horses were galloping in front of us in a very well organised battle. Eating ...