Claremont Hotel Las Vegas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... hill and mountain formations, a huge salt pan and a vast solar farm with three towers and, no kidding, had to be thousands of solar panels at ground level that looked like a lake from the distance, a holdup because a car burned out completely, and the factory outlets and amusement parks and fast food hubs out in the middle of nowhere!
We walked The Strip, in daylight and dark, and ...
... were separated after being attacked whilst at a ceremony.when they had both escaped there captives they went in search for one another.the performers were very skilled and moves were well executed.it was acrobats mixed with martial arts to spice it up.defiantly something I would go and see again.oh and the set and music was on point also! So we were to lazy to walk back to the hotel so we caught a cab and here we are. Katie and ...
... Dam. It's very impressive for a butt ton load of concrete, 3.25 million cubit yards, to be exact. Construction started in 1931 and finished in 1935. It has 17 generators and the reservoir created, Lake Mead, is the largest man made lake in the country. It was an unbelievable feat of engineering
We toured the inner workings of the power ...
... it would have been a waste. It is only like $11 dollars in the day so I would say it is worth it.
We then decided to cross the road and walk along the edge of the Bellagio lake as it has little alcoves you can go in. It was lovely and luckily they started the fountains in the lake so we got to see a show and be at the lake edge. It was just as good in the day as it was at night and worth seeing. At night it can be hectic to get to the front and not be fighting ...
We head round to the camper place, more card troubles, bike rack problems yada yada. Place more or less says, here is the keys, away you go, and so we set off. I bottled driving the massive camper first and handed the keys to Jamie. First street and the wing mirror is clattered against the side of a van, guy in the van didn't notice though. So like a pair of thugs we make a quick getaway. Drive was torture, I took the middle and the last 3 hours of the ...