Courtyard By Marriott Las Vegas South
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... to enter. We walked around the planes on the grounds, and then headed inside. They have a remarkable display of the history of the base and the air force and its plane. We enjoyed a short tour and a walk around the museum.
On the road again, and heading to Las Vegas, via Baker then Barstow, California. Baker is known for having the largest thermometer and I ...
... dance to the music of Celine Dion. The fountains are out of the front of the Belliago Hotel and crowds gather every 30min from 5pm to watch them. Walking back to the hotel we had a bite to eat at Subway and dodged the crowds. We saw some sights walking back and as we said to the kids, anything goes in Vegas! From beggers on the street asking for money for weed, to homeless people asking for food, ...
... and it was amazing! Its casino and shops were all very sparkly ! I love window shopping :-) I'm quite happy looking and don't want to buy anything; I just want to take pictures as everything seems odd and interesting to me. I feel like David Attenborough in a nature documentary studying the wildlife. I thought the "New York, New York Hotel & Casino" looked clever on the outside with the Statue of Liberty, Brooklyn Bridge, New York shops with cool façades and the ...
... Skydiving for Nova and Marlo. Nova has been looking forward to this for several trips down to Vegas, so she finally got her chance to go "Skydiving." Their instructor, Lea, was amazing and so helpful throughout. Nova and Lea actually did a joint hover (got up quite high too). It was a great experience, but since it was later in the day, it was quite hot in the wind tower.
After this, it was a trip down to mid strip ...
I have to laugh, never have I been so happy in my life that the outside world means so little, I keep getting Attention from girls because of my accent and because of how happy I am at home I can laugh it of and enjoy life,
Anyway, The ride into Nevada was mind blowing, down into the Grand Canyon was unbelievable, not many people Know but the Grand Cayon is 10000 feet above sea level, the bottom is 5000 feet above sea ...