WorldMark Las Vegas-Boulevard
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... jump off the side of the tower where they are essentially attached to a couple of wires and then guided onto a target (although that makes it sound a lot less scary). Again it was $100 for people staying at the hotel, a bit too much money spent on less than a minute of your life.
Free to see more to do things at the top.
As you can probably imagine, we were getting fairly hungry by this point so we decided to visit Denny’s which was right next door to the hotel. ...
... Nandy, 'Lucky 7s' Lou, Chris 'Crazy Legs' and Kate 'The Scrambler'... What a mob - the Texas Hold'ens! We would run a good racket. Dinner was fantastic. Great American Italian food and we washed it all down with some delicious drinks. It was taking us some time to get used to American portions and the contrast to places we had eaten in Bolivia (the Lake Titicaca homestay for example) was so stark that it made us think and reflect. Vegas is pure gluttony... but we were going to ...
... that was smaller than one of our arms. Everything to eat is big and far from fresh, and its no wonder why America has such an obesity problem. Fizzy drinks are 99c and on free refill, people waddle into fast food joints for breakfast lunch and dinner because there just isn’t the choice of anything else, and so that becomes the norm. We’ve, of course succumbed ourselves, and enjoyed the delicious taste of chemicals once or twice, but that’s been out of ...
... hotels and then homeless people dotted about wandering through it. The lights and the atmosphere are pretty special and it does feel a bit like you're in Diamonds are Forever.
We just soaked in the atmosphere before returning to sleep and prepare for our 5am start to visit some hole in the ground the next day.
When we left on our last great adventure around the U.S., we did not know exactly where we were going to land. We did know, however, that we wanted some things in our life that we felt were missing. Chief among these was sunshine. Having lived most of our lives in the wet clammy climate of Seattle, we were sodden and ready to dry out.
Even taking that into account, at various points on the trip, we entertained the idea of moving to some of the spots we loved the most, such as the ...