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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... over a buffet breakfast at Treasure Island about the holocaust. Obviously.
We all had a blast and we were sad to leave. The weather was extreme, but (much to the shagrin of environmentalists everywhere) we were delicately misted with water from above almost everywhere we went.
The gelato at the Bellagio was a trip unto itself. The shops and restaurants within it were my favourite, apart from the Cirque du Soleil show which I'm sad ...
... 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 ...
... the lovely Mandarin Oriental Miami. Thanks to Tony booking through American Express, we were upgraded to a Dynasty Suite... what a gorgeous room with an incredible view of Biscayne Bay surrounded by the high rise Miami buildings. We enjoyed a turkey club, a fruit cup and a glass of champagne on the deck before bed. The breeze was like a breath from heaven.... what a perfect way to end this great day! ...
... Afterwards we passed the Rock bar, planet Hollywood, Bellagio, Le Paris, lots of people in fancy dress every where, scantily clad girls, an Elvis and Hangover guys, one in only a thong, and the other with a beard carrying a baby in a porpoise. Sun baking and hothothot we continued to enjoy all the sights along the strip, popping in for a little French connection at the Eiffel Tower, Arc de triumph with Gordon Ramsey's ad for his restaurant over it. Going inside Le Paris ...
... s Tigers and Lions. This was great to see given that we had complimentary tickets. Don't think I would have been to excited if we had to pay $80 for us to visit the Secret Garden! But we didn't so it was great. Stepha and Aaron loved it.
Time to check out once again. A little bit more shopping at the outlet before dropping our car back and heading to the airport to fly to LA. Disneyland tomorrow!