Amargosa Opera House And Hotel
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November 10- 18 "How could rocks and sand and silence make us afraid and yet be so wonderful?" - Edna Brush Perkins; The White Heart of Mojave How can a place called Death Valley be so full of beauty? I never would have imagined it so. Yet, it is. Death Valley National Park was not high on our list of must-sees. In fact it may only have been on the list because we were going to have to go right by it anyway. So, although we planned to come here, we were definitely not as ...
Spent more time exploring the Vegas Strip this morning then departed around lunch time. I am a little sorry we did not allow more time in Vegas. Although we explored several casinos and shopping malls, we barely scratched the surface of even the landmark venues. There's a Wyndham Resort near the Strip (where we have a timeshare equivalent) and we'll return for a week or two in the future. Then on the road. Desolate drive ...
Actually got up in good time in the morning, had to quickly pack our bags and then headed down for a cheeky breakfast in our favourite place, Denny's. Conveniently right opposite our hotel. We opted for a bacon and egg sandwich and hash browns. The hash browns are so good over here. Met the gang and set off for our next journey. I jumped in the front this time, gave Ben a chance to have 'lad time' with the Londoners whilst I chatted away to ...
That day we set the alarm clock for 6.30 as our plan was to visit the Death Valley National Park in the morning and arrive in Las Vegas precisely at 14.00 in order to check in our hotel. We couldnīt literally wait to have a hot shower and sleep in a normal bed. We wanted to get to know the Death Valley National Park because it was supposed to contain the lowest, hottest and driest location in North America.
From the Lake Isabella we had to drive for 3 more hours ...
... having first made sure we have enough petrol. And water. It really would not be a good idea to get stranded without either. It's a long way to our lodgings at Furnace Creek which remind me of the old block I lived in at Butlins holiday camp in Barry, South Wales. Only nicer....and hotter. Oh, and the cold water tap only dispenses hot water! Dinner is very expensive. We don't want the meat options and in the absence of anything vegetarian, we have ...