Claremont Hotel Las Vegas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Karen & Pete) to have brekkie at Hoover Dam (which didn't open until 8-30am!). Spectacular setting and whilst dam was not huge, the fact it was built during the great depression in the 30's makes it a very remarkable achievement. Short concentration lapse saw Doug driving down wrong side of the road on leaving carpark - phew! - why do Americans insist on driving on the wrong side of the road!! We soon crossed the border ...
... outlines of colourful flowers in pink & purple. After breakfast we had a look at the delightful & very colourful sea coral display in the outer foyer. Sea urchins, A clam that opens to reveal a very large pearl, turtle, coral, a mermaid & even a treasure chest. We wandered along 'The Strip' in the heat, it must of been easy over 36° & in & out the air conditioned huge hotels. The hotels are all filled with gaming ...
... he was not good enough to point out that, for some unknown reason, I had my t-shirt tucked in to my jeans and my now expanding belly looked massive on all the pictures! *******.
Anyhoo, off to DC, our last stop before home (except you're going to read Grand Canyon next)......when I get round to it! Of course, this entry and the next two are being written almost a week after we've got home and getting increasingly hard to motivate myself to do......but I will, tomorrow.
... look… one pair of socks was going to cost $2.99 !!!! We have at least 10 pairs of those plus clothing, sheets and towels! So not being millionaires we find a Laundromat and have to walk around 2km to get there.
We pack all our clothing up, both have 2x backpacks and 2x plastic bags each full walking down this long heated road. We got to the Laundromat absolutely dripping in sweat and contemplating going ...
... thing we learnt on that first night was how vast the Strip is. From a glance, the hotels look like they are bunched together and easily walkable but we quickly realised with the sheer size of just one hotel and how long it took to get anywhere that we would have a lot of walking ahead of us.
Our hotel, The Flamingo (yes it does have real flamingos in the gardens) was the first hotel to be built in Vegas by ...