Americas Best Value Inn Downtown Las Vegas
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... smooth check out. Sally and Pons boarded the car to head home to California after another round of emotional goodbyes.
After locking the house, Linda and Roger, Ruth and Alex and Cynthia boarded the car. This ended our "Affair to Remember", the first and successful reunion of Class '70 of the UP School of Allied Medical Professions.
After our hike in the valley of fire canyon we headed down to Hoover Dam and lake Meed. It was amazing how much the water level is down and how much land is exposed in the shallow areas. The new bridge that bypasses the road over the dam has a viewing walkway that gives great views of the dam and lake.
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Lee and Neva
... for our last dinner with the tour group at the Grand Luxe Cafe. Following on, we went for a limo ride for a group photo at the Las Vegas sign (which is surprisingly not on Las Vegas Boulevard and the for a run down the main strip, which was fantastic fun. Then we were off to our last party night with the group at XS Nightclub. There were no waterfalls at XS, however it was just as plush as you'd expect in Vegas. Off for an early flight to ...
Up early to pack our gear, grab our last overpriced breakfast at the Mirage, and an 8:15 shuttle pick up to go to EagleRider.
We had a great cab driver who sort of reminded me of Uncle Si on Duck Dynasty. Very personable. He was originally from North Dakota and had his eyes set on, one day, moving back there. His father had moved the family to Las Vegas when working for the ...
... start of the strip. I had planned on walking the entire strip but instead I checked out the shopping mall then walked home, saving the strip for another day. The hostel scene in Las Vegas is very different from South America. Its not very social and there are a lot of weird people who are staying long term. I was feeling a bit down about leaving South America so I laid low for the first day or two. On the Sunday afternoon I met ...