Americas Best Value Inn Downtown Las Vegas
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... imagined coming to America and loosing my tan, not having chance to top it up. Obviously LV is in the dessert but still I didn't think about it being hot. We spent most of our time here on Fremont street. We did have one night on the strip but it was a hell of a lot more expensive than down town. On Fremont you can play roulette with a minimum $2 bet and can use 50 cent chips, whereas on the strip, most are $10 minimum bets with the smallest chip being $1. I spent most of my time ...
... each other and Vegas already - we felt like we'd just got into the swing of things. The rest of us headed to Fremont street where we wandered up & down, with lots of people zip wiring overhead, passed far too many interestingly dressed/almost naked people looking for funding for their 'acts'. We tried deep fried Oreos (one was by far enough), and looked around several of the shops (most were pretty tacky, but some had more traditional native arts & crafts). ...
... to stand on. I know this is normal and I've done it before so it doesn't really scare me, but it gets uncomfortable and my feet fall asleep because my harness leg loops dig into my legs. Whatever no biggie, but it is kinda weird just hanging there way up high. So, we climb another 120 feet to another bolted anchor, then another. The climbing itself WAS fun, just challenging enough to make me think and stop for a few minutes here and there to test things out ...
... silence as there is in finding song.
The views at the final vantage point were the best, because we were much higher up, and the view stretched the whole canyon, as well as much of the desert. There were a few rock towers that people had built up there, and despite Hayley saying that it was taking all of her strength not to kick them over, we left them as they were. Elyse and Dad added to the little formation with their own ...
... but we realised that with some of the bypass routes and big curved entrances and exits we would appear to be heading in the wrong direction. It got us there and we were in time for the 10:30 tour. By now the rain had stopped and it was blue skies as usual although very windy.
The tour was FREE and excellent and I can only compliment the guide (Jim Knight?) who spoke with notes or amplification. The tour lasted well over an ...