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After exploring the ranch (which didn't take long) we took a shuttle bus to a couple of viewpoints of the Grand Canyon. It was possible to stand as close to the edge of the canyon as you dare with no edge protection, brilliant! We took a million photos as everywhere was so spectacular, we must have at least one decent one for the walls back home. One lucky break of our expensive excursion was we didn't have to get the 3 hr coach trip back to Vegas. Luckily ...
... It didn’t cross our minds how difficult this would be. We climbed Camelback Mountain in Phoenix twice! This should be a piece of cake. Yeah, right. The trail markers were pretty much nonexistent which caused us to go off-course and get lost several times only to find a hidden marker in the distance or completely broken and laying among the rocks and dirt. We cursed at them as we trekked upwards looking for any sign of a path or marker (Diana actually gave one the middle finger as ...
... continue to clamour for more of the same.
Another benefit of Range Riches will be the truth that it has converted to online play so seamlessly - generally, compromises need to be produced but this basically wasn't the case. Consequently, an individual experience has been improved beyond initial expectation. Long live the happy leprechaun; and long live Spectrum Riches!
... had to be away from the main streets. The hippies went through to the other side of the small town, to the sandstone hills where they settled for a few months. During this time, one of their number painted murals onto the cliffs and this brought art, tourists and eventually more settlers to the town.
Walking around a ghost town is an eerie experience, even though this is now a bustling community of more than 300 people. However, it us a very quiet place - people were not out ...
... M at the hotel itself as a banqueting manager and J producing events for the MGM Corporation (which owns most of the hotels on ths Strip)) so as we drove along they were able to entertain us with stories of life behind the scenes in Vegas. The Blue Man Group show was fantastic! It is an extremely original high tech show featuring lots of lights, humour and music made by drumming on plastic tubing. There's no talking so everything is done by mime. It's very interactive ...
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