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A strange place and I know we are here in the weekend where people come for bucks and bachelorettes parties so its possibly stranger than usual. Quick impressions.. Everyone is p1ssed, people are drinking at breakfast, people are falling down at hotel lifts in late afternoon, people walk about with huge souvenir containers of alcohol. I now understand why several intersections are closed to pedestrians and there are overhead pedestrian ways - as people are not safe ...
... strip. Particular highlights were watching numerous displays by the Bellagio Fountains (very impressive and they were set to music) and walking around the Bellagio and Caesars Palace casinos. On Wednesday night we treated ourselves to a highly recommended show in a small marquee in front of Caesars Palace. The show was called Absinthe and I am completely unable to do it any justice as it was probably the ...
We now got to wait till 8.30pm tonight for flight, another long day at airport. We are already at the boarding gate so we don't miss it, and it's not noon yet. lol.
Annie and Shocker got on flight silly us all missing it. Nigel going through Immigration on his own next time.
Girls all sleeping so they can shop all night, I think Jahziah's with me as only him and I awake.
Next time you hear from me we will be in Vegas!!!!
Woke up early after a very bad night sleep with some vivid dreams, I guess it was the meats sweats. Today was our day moving hotels, so monorail to ti to collect our car got a lovely crysler 200, through dollar.
I know some people don't but I like to drive on holiday and enjoy the freedom, checked out of mgm and headed to peppermil for breakfast but was so busy didn't eat there, ended up ...
... grooves in the canyon walls to accept projections from the concrete blocks. The dam is held together by the force of the water pushing against it. It was built from 1931 to 1935. Pretty cool engineering, huh? Dam height is 726.4 feet, 660 feet wide at the bottom, 45 feet wide at the top, the crest length is 1244 feet. It produces electricity for a six state area called the Imperial Valley by 17 generators.