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After a quick breakfast of cereal and fruit, we packed our putters, nine irons, pitching wedges, a zillion golf balls, our golf gloves, and ourselves and headed out to Edgefield for a round of golf. It's a fun little par 3 course with no sand traps or water features to eat our golf balls. Instead, blackberry brambles and trees line most of the holes. Karen and Dawna figured we'd lose a few golf balls to the hungry blackberries -- a ...
... and sprayed all of us with cold water....Harlan began bawling, and didn't stop for some time....luckily for eveyone else on board the engines are so damn loud they barely noticed.....eventually Harlan feel asleep on Justins shohlder....I mean PASSED OUT. Except when sprayed by water then he would immediately wake up and scream....and the fall back asleep. We finally arrived at the OK corral and had a big brunch, including ...
... is huge & worth visiting. Next time I would plan a hike.
- Vegas doesn't really require a plan, take it as it comes. But definitely go to a live show & take as much money as you can afford to part with to gamble.
- I'd recommend going to the top of the Stratosphere Tower at night to see the view (if you stay at the Hotel it's free for guests).
Best Restaurant - Mexican tie between Super Sergio's ...
... him to try on all the different costumes. He was Buzz Light Year, Captain America, Spiderman, and Iron Man.
We eventually both had to stop ourselves from even going to the shops as the prices and sales were just way to tempting and we were started to have serious concerns about how we were going to get everything back to LA without the RV and then back to Australia. We called Air New Zealand and pre paid for 3 ...
... to get a complete blackout, and my card is only about ½ complete. Gotta work harder. I spent a good 30 minutes calling Portland hotels to try to find 1) availability in a downtown location, 2) a nice place to spoil ourselves a bit after camping, and 3) something unique that would be memorable. We lucked into a Kimpton Hotel – the Monaco, an elegant but family-friendly hotel with a free 5 – 6 wine hour. Just the thing.