On The Vegas Boulevard Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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1. There is a difference between driving and towing. Your mileage expectations should reflect this. 250-300 miles per day is a reasonable goal. Avoid interstates and take secondary roads if the option presents itself. When choosing where to stop for food/fuel, consider the fact that you have a trailer. Fuel first, and ask where you can get good food that has a large parking lot.2. ...
... then said that it was he that smelled bad. The boys finished the flight in smelly awkward silence to LAX. When they told me, I laughed so hard!
For me on the other hand, I had a middle eastern family sitting behind me with a 2 year old sitting directly behind me. My chair got kicked no less that every four seconds for the entire 2 hour and 57 minute flight. Needless to say, I did ...
... seems to be home to one of the most popular night clubs, Omnia, as the queue was literally going on for miles. It may be because it is a weekend where lots of famous DJs are performing in Vegas (e.g. Calvin Harris is there on Monday), but either way everyone looked very glam and ready to party. We played a couple of slot machines and then headed out.
After wondering a bit further up the strip, we got the bus back to the hotel, ready for check out ...
... the soundtrack was awesome and included many great songs from the group. As with any Cirque du Soleil show, the visual part of it was amazing and the performers were great. We all really enjoyed the show and would certainly recommend it to anyone who wants to see it.
From the Mirage, we wandered across the street to The Venetian to check it out and play some games. Sue and I didn't stay there too long, but Ben and Beth were on a Blackjack table ...
... headed to Denny's Diner for a breakfast and shared an omelette. It was pretty good for a diner chain! We checked out of the hotel and collected our car from the valet. Since we had the car and knew we couldn't check into the Mirage hotel yet, we decided to drive to an outlet centre and shop for some Asics runners. The Asics never happened (as they were no cheaper than back home) but we did each pick up a little something else - Rich some new shorts and me a ...