On The Vegas Boulevard Hotel
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... routine is different according to each individual song. We walked inside some of the big hotels that all had huge casinos that seemed to me to be identical to eachother. The thing I really hated seeing was the fat middle aged men and women wearing vile T-shirts that had 'girls girls girls' printed all over them. They were handing out business cards to men for prostitutes. I hate to think how ...
The fall of 1966 found that once again the ownership of the Calico Ghost Town had been returned to the people. After years of building, and personally planting many of the trees now growing at Calico, Walter Knott and his family, in the fall of 1966 gave to the people of San Bernardino County full title of their holdings in the Old Calico Ghost Town. This included everything: the buildings, the land and the artifact so painstakingly gathered during ...
... we were convinced by some lads to help them get into the club that's in the hotel because they're so tight here. After a bit of a queue we finally got in and it was so cool, they had two rooms, one was electro and the other was R&B we spent some time in both the rooms and had a boogie. It got so hot that we were pooped by 2. We stopped off at Carys room and she packed up her stuff and headed back to ours. As soon as we got into the room I was straight to ...
... after modifications, it was necessary to place our spare tires in the bed of the dodge, as their removal was necessary to make the closing of the door possible. Already smoked from a day of fabrication, visits (we love you too) and screaming children we forged ahead to reach Las Vegas before the heat hit. We set out in grand fashion in a mostly untested truck cobbled out of a 1976 Dodge crew cab truck and a first gen cummins, which for you Mopar truck fans out there is cause for ...
... which the bouncer reluctantly allowed us to take into the pool area. It was comfortable in the shade but became hot as the sun began to creep over our lounges. Plus, we had places to go and things to see, so we left.
and then we walked.
Well, first, we took the tram from the Vdara to Crystals so I could show Paul some of the art work. Then, we walked. Through the Bellagio, Caesar's Palace, the Mirage, tram to Treasure Island, then across the Blvd to the ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed