Bridger Inn Hotel Las Vegas
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... would pick us up & take us several miles to Pearce Ferry. That meant rearranging & reconfiguring the rafts. We disembarked, unloaded everything. The guides removed the pontoons on each side of the 2 rafts. Then all of us piled on the pontoons to deflate them after which the guides & many of us carefully rolled them up to be stored on the rafts where our bags used to be. Then they hoisted all of our bags on top ...
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... the casinos, getting anywhere takes ages! It's actually the perfect place to own a mobility scooter and lots of Americans had cleverly realised this... We ended up having a tasty Mexican lunch next to the canal in the Venetian before heading back to our rooms to get ready for the show. We were seeing Million Dollar Quartet, the musical/concert based on the famous photo taken at Sun Records of Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and Carl Perkins. The show was next door in ...
... day checking out the casinos and all the amazing buildings. One night we went to Fremont Street and watched the light show. The street is covered with a large neon light canopy which plays the light show each night. One afternoon Harold took me to the Red Rock Canyon to go hiking. It was great to get out of the city and see some of the beautiful nature and desert that surrounds Las Vegas City. Another day I visited the ...
... Vegas tourists would hear of or visit, so it was really exciting for us. It was like seeing the local secret.
Red Rock Canyon is about 17 miles out of Vegas, and it was a really nice drive. It's surprising how quickly the city turns back into desert.
Red Rock Canyon are a beautiful range of mountains with a red rock face. The way that the rock has set over thousands of years has given it the distinctive red colour. The mountains all had two ...