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... So much so, we get a second bottle from the vault ;) ... love this place.
Food at Olives is always amazing.. and this trip they have changed up the menu a little.... we order and we enjoy an amazing meal and some great stories and some even better wine. It's time for us to leave... all happy and ready for some fun on Fremont! Cab please!!!
Ah.... Fremont Street.. love this spot more and more each visit.... starting ...
Well our wonderful adventure has nearly come to an end! We spent our last full day in Vegas hiring a limo to drive us around Vegas to see the things we have missed!!! We went out to the welcome to Las Vegas sign, went to the most famous wedding chapel in Vegas where a drive thru wedding was being performed!!!!! And we drove up the strip in our limo!!!!! Our last morning in Vegas was spent by the pool relaxing before the long journey ...
... Death Valley on CA 190. The first thing we did was go up over the mountains we had been paralleling for over 50 miles since Mono Lake. The scenery was fantastic - rugged and beautiful. Then we started down, down, down towards Death Valley. The road was just as windey as in Yosemite but only scattered low shrubs. Instead a huge variety of earth colors and textures. While stopped at one 'vista point' (really just a slightly wider shoulder) a military aircraft ...
... Nevada’s only municipality to forbid the sale of alcohol. So un-Nevada-like. Go figure. Boulder City, now considered Nevada’s safest city, was originally built in 1931 as housing for workers who were building nearby Hoover Dam. Men hoping for work on the dam project had begun settling along the river in tents soon after the site for the dam was chosen by the Bureau of Reclamation in 1930. Their ramshackle villages were known as ...
That afternoon we had a 6 hour drive to conquer across the breadth of the State all the way to Deadwood.
Not having seen the TV series, it was evident this town had a lot of history. The town flourished in the 1870’s when the Black Hill Gold Rush began and produced some notable Western folk heroes such ...