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... didn't get too. It was so hot, it wasn't funny.
We also went to the Pawn shop that is on the TV. It was amazing how small the shop was. They have from 3000 to 5000 people a day go through it. The size of the shop, it would maybe have 2 or 3 staff. They must of had a dozen or more. The main ones from the show were on Summer holiday. ...
... Carolina but who currently live in Spain, and he's a teacher of music and she's an English teacher, but is actually Japanese. We had a lovely hour or so with them sitting at a bar in that section of Planet Hollywood mall where there's a dome ceiling like the sky, and all the buildings look like they're from Venice or somewhere and every so often they have a fake thunderstorm. Then we also chatted to a nice English guy who lives in ...
... upwards rather than downwards this time. I even saw my first Mountain Sheep standing atop a cliff on the way through.
We headed out for separate walks in the morning. N went on a longer more strenuous one of course. We met up for lunch and went on the free shuttle to some other lookouts and short walks. We saw lots of squirrels and lizards, but also some deer, a wild turkey and a condor.
... the female stars performed topless....I believe the artistic types call it "Burlesque." Before you ask, it was being shown at the Bally Casino which is very reputable and can be found central on the strip. Luckily we had the pleasure of taking our newly wed friends Shane & Felicity Metcalf who were enjoying Vegas as their first destination of their honeymoon. "Jubilee," was supposedly a true reflection on what a Vegas show used to be. The story line ...
... away from the main population centers in Reno and Las Vegas. Nevada is also one of seven states with no individual income tax. *** Eventually, I arrive in Boulder City, Nevada – elevation 2,510 feet. It's about 25 miles southeast of Las Vegas. Boulder City, once the largest city in Nevada, is one of only two cities in Nevada that prohibit gambling. The other non-gaming city is Panaca, about 150 miles northeast of Las Vegas. Panaca ...
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