Claremont Hotel Las Vegas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to use WIFI and check if a confirmation email comes through re: our booking. We make a few stops for petrol as it’s a long 7.5hr drive and eat sandwiches in the car to save time stopping for lunch. We end up making it into Las Vegas around 6:30pm and drive by the main strip along the highway. We drive North of Las Vegas to a suburb called Sunrise Manor (as that’s where our booking was going to be), we pull into another McDonalds and use the WIFI, and ...
From counting down the weeks, days and hours until I met up with my Dad and Sue, the final few minutes were finally upon us as we drove down the famous Las Vegas Strip to find our hotel where we would be meeting them.
As soon as we turned into the taxi drop off area I spotted them, and while Paulie flashed the headlights and beeped the horn I leapt out of the car whilst it was still moving and ran to them both for ...
A long overdue hello from us to you, sorry that it's been so long, we’ve been living wild in the big old US of A and camping out in the woods and enjoying every mile of our amazing road trip. Suffice to say we’ve been a million miles away from civilisation and wifi, and finding the time (or the will!) to update the blog has been a far distant thought, we’ve been getting lots of stimulation and relaxation out in the wild and the time has ...
... drinks while playing. I even found a $100 chip on the ground in one of the casinos on our way home one night. That really lifted our spirits! We were worried we may have been spotted on camera, so Andrew went in the next day in disguise (hat and casual clothing) to cash it while I waited around the corner. With the help of the money from the chip we treated ourselves to a Japanese buffet dinner. It was sensational! Probably the most we have eaten in one sitting ...
... canyon where we could see the road snaking down in the valley. I had studied and planned a few more short hikes but it soon became obvious that Rami was saturated with red coloured rocks. The thought of more hikes versus a nice relaxing cup of coffee, lunch and checking emails had an obvious winner.
I was left at the visitors centre with a "see you later honey", "call me when you are done" and he was off to sample the delight of the small township of Springdale which I have ...