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Travel Blogs from Las Vegas
... the sidewalks and fountain pools of Vegas' throbbing center. We cruised the area one last time, feeling the atmosphere shift to the edgy midnight period of Sin City's time cycle, and decided to head back to the hotel. Lights out, night a success, we crashed hard.
The morning started with a groggy breakfast, a quick run, and a swim in the pool. The renewal was needed and worked wonders. We needed stamina for ...
... cool but I wasn't really a fan of. Strong as hell though, well worth the $12.
Doors opened at 9.30pm and we lined up, noticing a merchandise stand so we bought some shirts and were told if we wanted to buy a limited action figure it would grant us back stage access to meet and greet Fluffy, so we jumped on that offer.
After the show we lined up to meet Fluffy and get a picture taken with him. Although it ...
... when we started off on the bus it was raining enough just to be a pain, but then the rain stopped about 15 mins into it, which was good. Was a great way to see Vegas at night with all the lights. We went up the Strip first and then downtown. When we got to downtown, we spent an hour on a road called Freemont. Where they had this big light thing above the buildings and at 9pm they do a light show with music. So we were there for this. It was awesome, ...
Today we made a choice to become criminals and serve the New York mafia. But let's go back to the beginning... I woke up nice and early as usual, however my companions were still sleeping soundly and continued to sleep until 8:30, when I decided that I should go and get breakfast before it closes, as Paul hadn't been sleeping well, I didn't want to wake him, so headed over with the intention of picking up some cereal for Harrison, but when I got there I discovered it was ...
We stayed in an Airstream on The Strip so we were close to everything although four days in Vegas was definitely enough for us. We saw the Bee Gees tribute band and had an amazing buffet at The Bellagio but other than that we didn't think much of Vegas! We didn't feel safe here and found it very tacky; a bit like The Gold Coast meets ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking