Courtyard Las Vegas Convention Center
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- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... Golden Gate Bridge. Despite the comforts of the city after three nights I was more than ready to get back to our tent and get on the road again. Our next destination was Point Reyes a few hours north of San Francisco on the California coast. This is a particularly good place to see grey whales as they migrate to feeding grounds further north. At this time of the year females and calfs swim close to shore. We watched the vast ocean for tell tale signs of whale activity ...
... Nugget. Greig and I loved the vibe and sites of old Vegas. It was full of old school bulb light displays instead of led like the strip has. Fremont street also has pubs and wonderful performing characters in the street. The undercover section called the Fremont Street Experience has a roof of light shows on screens. We made our way on foot down to Downtown Tattoo to see Buddy Holiday for our holiday ...
We have heard about Red Rock Canyon from our climbing friends in Colorado Springs. Though it sounds like a newish park of the same name that we have at home, it really is more like our own venerable Garden of the Gods. That is because it is a beautiful nearly-urban park just west of the city and visited by many people looking for a great place to hike, cycle, and spend time outdoors. The park sits about 20 ...
... late lunch and then a water fountain show outside Bellagio to the music of Thriller by Michael Jackson. Then we tried to orient ourselves in our casino (a map doesn't help - too many restaurants, shops and gambling tables) while also spending a quick $10 on the poker machine then giving up on trying to fund the rest of our holiday. After finally finding the hotel guest lifts we settled in for the night before a full day of exploring the strip tomorrow.
Being back in the United States, I've felt a bit of "reverse culture shock". To get from Guatemala to Mexico, where we flew from, we spent about $23 CDN to travel for about five or six hours. When we landed in Las Vegas, we paid about $30 USD to take a 10 minute taxi ride from the airport to our hotel. We met my brother Daniel at the Mirage and decided to have a drink while we caught up. A regular size bottle of beer cost $8. We've been used to spending about $1 ...