Americas Best Value Inn Downtown Las Vegas
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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You might wonder ... "what were we thinking?" going to Las Vegas in July especially with the temperatures in the 110-115 range. All I can say is "thank goodness for air conditioning!"
Okay ... so here are the casinos we visited: Paris, Bellagio, Treasure Island, Planet Hollywood, Sam's Town, Boulder Station, Circus Circus ...
... worth the visit.
While on the plane we were warned by an adjacent passenger that we would see the 'freak-show' on Fremont. He was not wrong. I counted 5 Michael Jackson impersonators of varying skill levels, lost count of the Elvis-es, an all but naked Asian man using a teddy bear for modesty, a creepy stalking batman impersonator, enough Borat costumes to make you think it was 2006 and a transformers bumble-bee ...
... which were well strong. After the show go off in search of a few more cocktails . We get back to the Bellagio just as the last fountain show of the night goes off so seems a really lovely end to our hols so go in search of some more cocktails and have one that tastes like "gum drops" in a bar so loud we can't hear a thing the waitress is saying . Finish of the night in the wee small hours with ...
This morning we had a good breakfast at the Paris Hotel across the street. We walked around the Flamingo Hotel property (nice outdoor area). Next, hopped the "Deuce" bus downtown. Cari slept for much of the way, and the driver kept saying "Hold on everyone, Rollin' the Deuce" in a Peter Griffin type voice every time he left a stop.
We spent a couple hours at the mob museum learning about the rise and fall of organized crime ...
... she didn’t appreciate having to follow us up the hill. She must have a death wish stopping short in front of a 34,000 lb. bus. After that off-putting start, we headed for the border. Because we have never taken Stella across the border we didn’t know what to expect from the U.S. border guards. They looked at our passports and asked a few questions then waved us through and wished us a good trip. Nice start to trip. Stella was thirsty so the first stop was at the Flying ...