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... nachos which in my opinion were some of the best I have ever had,not oily ****** ones,these were delish. We headed upstairs to have a look at some of the stores and found a small store that a local lady ran with all her own art mash ups of characters.i bought a old gaming cartridge dude which was pretty cool and she gave us some rad free stickers.we walked across the road to a free Christmas event which had hot cocoa,snow sleds,photos with Santa ...
... was getting dark, so we weren't going to be able to make it up to Mandalay Bay, which is at the end of the strip. The Luxor is quite an incredible place. It actually looks somewhat original. The walls look like the same material used on the pyramids and even have hieroglyphics on them. There are sphinxes and rams everywhere. The inside looks quite incredible because the rooms are sloped up like a pyramid. It was just beginning to get ...
... for home. If you want a drink, do not, I repeat, DO NOT leave the casino, a drink inside is free, outside the casino, it'll cost you eleven to fifteen bucks.
I've learned some other curious fact about the Sin City.
The Las Vegas Strip is not actually in Las Vegas but outside city limits. Eighteen out of 25 of the world's largest hotels are on ...
... awful singing voice, it’s almost like I have a real band right there in the front seat of Cruzer.
My drive to Vegas was long, and I have decided that I like Colorado and Utah way better than Arizona, California, and Nevada. The mountains are much more inviting and interesting in Colorado and Utah. In the other states they are just brown and hot. I need some vegetation and rivers surrounding me. When I finally saw my first glimpse of the Vegas strip I did get a ...
... going to Vegas, right? This is gonna be fun. Had to stop for gas twice: once just outside of Salt Lake City and then again about 200 miles back. That's all for today.
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