On The Vegas Boulevard Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
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... cap. They are the AAA minor league franchise of the NY Mets. Their mascot is a baseball shaped like an alien, which represents Area 51 of Roswell, New Mexico. We enjoyed lunch at Bubba Gump's Restaurant.
We were glad that we finally made the trip to visit Las Vegas, but we have been more impressed with the natural wonders of the southwest than this iconic city. Tomorrow we have a long drive to northern Arizona. ...
... we were in the prime position to head up to the Grand Canyon. One thing i need to let people know is that the Grand Canyon itself is NOT on Route 66 really. Its about 50 miles off track, there are quite a few things that you will encounter like this at times but this is quite a way out. You can still do it though as we did. We got up really early and just headed straight up there.
It works out $25 per car which is reasonable. We decided ...
... t speak climbing… but seeing those folks working their way up the mountain was exciting to watch… I honestly don’t have a clue if these are simple or difficult climbs…
We saw a variety of cactus in various stages of blooming… From Joshua Trees at one elevation and one of those special micro climates to ...
... was mentioned as being 3,000ft down, nearly a kilometre. It's all a bloody long way down, but impressive with it. Twenty miles wide and a mile deep. We caught the return bus straight back by one o'clock and then had a quick picnic of leftover chicken and potato chips sitting at a table outside the Deli and Store. We left the Park at two and arrived at the house in Henderson, Las Vegas at 6.15. Got into the gated community with the key code, and were just ...
... at roughly 5.4 or 5.5 (anyone can basically do it if you have functioning hands and feet) and goes up to a ridiculous 5.15, I think that's the highest? (if anyone's been following Tommy Caldwell and Kevin Jorgerson on the Dawn Wall in Yosemite, they're doing that kind of crazy hard top level 5.14/5.15 stuff). Most really, really, really good climbers I have met in the year that I've been climbing never go past 5.12 or maybe 5.13 in the gym I've never seen anyone ...