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Since we're staying in Las Vegas one more night, we have a whole day to spend without having to drive to another town and another hotel check in. We decided to drive to Hoover Dam. We have been here before, but things have changed here also.
Once we got down to the dam area we drove over the new bridge on 93. It was built to relieve the traffic congestion on the road to the dam and to increase safety of ...
And thus began the journey back to Bonnie Springs - one last stop off for the day the Hoover Dam.
We were able to walk out on it, again the water levels are very low, quite an amazing man-made structure.
Finally time to head back to the motel, dinner will be at the restaurant next door to the motel.
Great barman, Ryan looked out for us, a coupl of starters to eat then bed time so showing our ages, night all..
... of opportunity where we had a signal to check-out one or two places, but not a lot of luck. One of the joys of booking online with Priceline is that you get to write reviews: so far they have all been positive, but whilst wide awake in the early hours from my annoying neighbors, I wrote a very grumpy, review for "Mardi Gras". Boulder Station was becoming more and more appealing the longer the night rolled-on. I never thought I'd miss that place!!! In our brief ...
... grows. Can’t believe the kids were like that once!
From Dead Bodies, me and the kids headed to the fun dungeon for some play time. Sinead headed off to the Strip to do some shopping. The Fun Dungeon was a huge arcade with also many ‘penny falls’ machines you played with quarters and also big roulette type wheels. The aim was to win as many tokens as possible. The kids played on 2 ...
... At many of these road side cafes the great big American trucks are often parked. They are lovely bright colours and always kept clean and shiny.
After photographing the iconic Route 66 signs (with monkeys) we rejoin Interstate 40 and head on to Kingman through very rugged countryside, hilly with large open plains. After a lunch stop at a very busy Denny`s we head north on Highway 93 towards Las Vegas. The landscape is very flat ...