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We made it! ;) Started our drive Sunday morning at 7:30am We left Twin Falls and headed out to Las Vegas. The road was a 2 lane most of the time with very light traffic. It was a beautiful drive. Lots of straight stretches that lasted miles (10 miles w/out a bend!?) and also mountainous curves. We were up in the mountains (6500 feet part of the …
... room for a bit of a rest before we decided we were back up for shopping again.
Mum and Dad rested for a bit longer because they would be going out to a concert with Gerry and Val later. They went to an country music concert by a group called Alabama , they had a great time both enjoying the music and the atmosphere .
We came back home, and mum and dad had already left, so we watched some TV and had an early(ish) night.
... After the light show we headed into the Golden Nugget casino to get some drinks and use the slot machines. The Golden Nugget was the first place designed to immediately be a casino.
After we got the bus back to the Las Vegas strip and played Ultimate Texas holdem at one of the tables in Planet Hollywood. They serve you free drinks at the tables to keep you there, pretty good tactic! Although im not sure if we should have been tipping ...
... Watching the kids' faces was priceless. EC had been once before, thanks to her dearest friend Alex, but the three of us had never been before, and we all loved it. Jack couldn't stop talking throughout it. Now, does that statement seem bizarre to anyone?We came home and wished Pauly well on his adventures at the casinos. The kids are abed now, Paul is at a casino, and I'm enjoying a few minutes to myself. Lovely. Hope you are all well.
... and explain their sacred meanings to the Navajo people. Some of the rock formations were as tall as skyscrapers and it's mind boggling to think that these monoliths just happened all by themselves, shaped by the wind and Mother Nature. It's easy to see how the Navajo people are so spiritual about this place.
There were wild horses everywhere and at one point three of them were running alongside our bus. I've never seen a mustang before and I was lucky enough ...