Americas Best Value Inn Downtown Las Vegas
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... whole town, was not a place I was going to have to fight to get my money's worth. That turned out to be the theme of the trip.
The taxi was about the cleanest and smoothest I'd ever been in. We had a nice easy ride to the Bellagio where some porters quickly offered to take our modest bags to the room. We declined and went inside where a service agent directed us to the correct check-in desk. The woman at the desk asked to confirm that we had 4 rooms reserved. I said no, ...
... took our fancy. We each got a couple of things but some stuff wasn’t that cheap seeing that our dollar has gone down. Wade ended up with some jeans and I got some shirts and a guess handbag. After here we got the bus across to Freemont st which is old Vegas. The drinks are cheaper here and it is a little less classy I guess you could say. The casinos are small and mostly just have pokies. Freemont St is covered and every night they have a light and music show that is projected ...
... being rigged !!!!!!! After a great sleep in, the next morning Kevin and I headed down for breakfast (Jan and Roy don't eat Breakfast .... Naughty kids) Then we headed off with an all day bus pass to wander the streets again .... Visiting the Venetian, Treasure Island, The Mirage before wandering through the Forum shops and having a late lunch at the Cheesecake Factory. We then caught the bus down to Fremont street. The Fremont Street Experience is a pedestrian mall and ...
... through security with lots of time to spare; Alaska offered to check our bags for free as they needed overhead space so that was great
- I bought little wallet, chocolates for D
- 3 pm flight Las Vegas to Seattle, snooze; wheelchair again for Mom so he took us directly to the gate on the train, etc, but luckily we didn't need to clear security again, so that was nice; bought duty free at Gate N, ...
... snacks and gas. We approached Las Vegas from the east via Boulder City, so we got a great view of it from 20 miles away, then at various points along the way. Rachael and I were calling out the names of the various hotels on the strip and the kids eyes just got wider and wider as we got closer and closer. As we got on the Las Vegas freeway which runs behind The Strip, they just couldn't believe the size and scale of the place, and even I had forgotten just how huge everything is. To ...