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... night we'll have a mini stay-cation at the Downtown Grand.
That way we can avail ourselves to unlimited hot water and shower and shampoo before we depart.
I may have discovered a new favorite pizza place because of this, called Pizza Rock. I'll keep you posted.
... which was awesome. We picked a great day to do it.
Great route for getting used to exposure again. Awesome to look around and see mountains and sheer cliffs everywhere and be at great height but not scared ;) My mind is my worst enemy when climbing!! So getting on some long moderate routes helps ease into the mindset again.
Met lots of fun people too.
Can't wait for the next one!
... and then when you wake up in the morning it's a beautiful view of the mountains and the desert. So we started the day off with a trip to the "Hood" side of Vegas to the laundromat, we got there at around nine and it took us about 1.5 hours to get it there and it wasn't bad after washing our clothes we got back into a taxi and it and went back to the hotel to change dressed. After getting changed, we went for a walk to chasers palace to get show ...
... through the Paris hotel, just as the Venetian, the whole courtyard inside - besides the gambling - had plenty of restaurants with Italians/French cafe's to eat. Cool thing is - the ceiling was painted and done up - I can't explain it, you just have to see the photo. But it was so cool. You had no idea whether it was 2am or 2pm. We met at the Paris pool, literally a pool at the bottom of the hotel.
We got a free bus to the gun range and hung out there for ...
... ahead. Tonight we had a few things planned. First up, our discounted tickets finally came in handy. We were off to the Tournament of the Kings. A production of medieval feasting and horse play in an arena in the Excalibur. We took our assigned seats in the Norway section and waiting for our server to take our very medieval drinks order of sprite and pepsi… Before long the knights were announced and horses were galloping in front of us in a very well organised battle. Eating ...