Courtyard Las Vegas Henderson/Green Valley
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... when we got here they said it wasn't ready so we had to walk around fisherman's wharf and had a little snack at a place called #9 fishermen's grotto. We had a clam chowder and a whole crab which was worth $40. It was a very over priced crab. Then Crowdy is getting a flu so we went and brought some day/nights and went back to the room. We laid around for a bit then went out about 5:30pm to have an ...
... it to the Downtown Grand casino, where my Dad and his golf group are staying, and gambled the night away. By the time everyone had already gone to bed, I decided to try my luck at solo ***** and hit a couple of hard ways! It was a magical moment, and I remember the dealers helping me along since my brain wasn't working completely well. I cashed out, tipped the dealers, and we all headed back to the ...
... Chiiliwack later that day, so we said our always teary goodbyes and drove away. Las Vegas was fun ..... Lots if fun, but so very exhausting! Loved the atmosphere and the full on days and nights but don't think I could do it often. Thank goodness the prices are cheap ... For accommodation and food and the drinks because the money that you just give away to the management is unbelievable. Our last destination is Los Angeles .... 5 days to unwind relax and for Kevin to do his shopping ..... Car ...
... like we are going anywhere at all. Apparently, even though we are traveling at over 200km per hour because the land is so vast, it seems like we aren't moving when clearly we are.
The pilot points out Boulder City in the distance which was developed to build Hoover Dam. It wasn't running to schedule so they banned drinking and gambling in the town (gambling is still banned there) and the Dam project ended up finishing ahead of schedule. We are soon ...
After 2 nights in Bluff avoiding more dust storms and high winds we continue north towards
Arches National Park in Moab, with a stop on the way at Edges of the Cedars National Park in Blanding. This park is typical of the circumstances that came together to give birth to centres of culture. The “Edges” refer to the meeting of the grasslands and the Pinyon Pine and Juniper Trees; grasslands ...