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... gag eventuated to James being locked into a little box on stage and the clown sitting next to me with his arm around me and taking his place, then he replaced James completely with another guy in the crowd and sat us down with glasses of wine, a candle etc - HOW EMBARRASSING! We both had spotlights on us for what felt like at least 5 minutes... James ended up being wheeled off stage in the little box and I wondered if I would ever see him again...... ...
... the time to do this before we left for the airport.
We got to the airport with only a little problem – the map program we were using to get to the long term parking lot had us going around in circles trying to find it. But we finally got there, and to the airport, and our JetBlue flight left from JFK in NY on time. Unbelievably, we got to Vegas an HOUR early! We had friends on the ...
... more work and told us not to squeal, then sent us on our way. We then arrived at passport control and were interrogated, but we didn't squeal! We went through a number of rooms with talking holograms, telling the story of the mob and their involvement in Vegas, it was interesting and informative. It was also fun to recognise the actors used, as they were generally from the sopranos. After we went through a few more small rooms, we ended up in a huge room with sections on all ...
... down under which are at work generating about 2000 mega watts of power. To contextualize, that is more power than many (if not most) of the countries in my home continent generate (*****ia, which packs half of the US population in a smaller land area, does a mere 4000MW). It’s a frustrating thought, but I keep my mind on Hoover, for now. Apparently, the man the dam was eventually, formally named after, Pres Hoover, only visited the dam once. This ...
... so we headed back to the hotel to bed. Wednesday June 12th; We woke up and had some breakfast at the hotel. After that we all headed to the pool. We spent the whole day by the pool drinking with dad. Throwing the ball around and sun baking. It was a really fun day!!! Mum went off and had some lunch by herself and play the pokies. Then came back and spent some of the afternoon with us. When the pool closed we went and got ready for ...
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