Baymont Inn & Suites
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
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... Very different. ..... and the smoking inside, not nice after living in Queensland with no smoking in all these places.
Peter and Jack kept getting offered cards for "girls". Grace and I following them, me bemused, Grace not impressed. The Mirage volcano is as good as many years ago and the Bellagio fountain show was great.
... a good couple of hours to get away from them. Even after telling them we are unemployed and have no money, they were still trying to sell it to us with a financing plan. Who in the right mind gives two unemployed travelling bums finance? If anything is going to send out alarm bells that will! When they finally got the picture we were not buying they rudely escorted us to gifting to get our freebies and our $40 back. I think I would have preferred to pay full price for the tickets if I ...
... and their awful service and I was a bit worried about it. However the cabin crew were efficient and although the food was on the poor side they were round with water and orange juice on a regular basis.
On arrival I collected my walking frame at the aircraft door and we set off on the long trudge to Immigration where I was allowed to use the diplomatic channel! Just time for a cigarette outside before finding our way to the Las Vegas flight where we me ...
... the largest, hottest, driest and lowest National park in the lower 48 states, but they were totally exceeded when we drove through the Valley and saw the varied landscapes. The first stopping point was Badwater salt flats at 282 feet below sea level. It was over 38 degrees so we didn't wander far from the car to see the delicate salt formations. 20 minutes later we reached Devil's golf course with large chunky salt formations - ...
... anticipation be turning into a disaster? As we pulled up to "The Donald's" hotel, I was met by buff and upbeat Greg who welcomed me. I told him I was simply checking in when he informed me that Valet parking was "mandatory". I gulped as I remembered my dream from the previous night about "parking fees". To my absolute surprise and delight, Greg concluded, "Of course, this is complimentary." And the angels began to sing. The luck was ...