Courtyard By Marriott Las Vegas South
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... spouts of water shooting up. The volunteers made several sightings as we stood watching but I was growing frustrated as I failed to see anything. But then I saw a big spout of water shoot up from the sea and another. As the whales come up to breathe they usually spout about three times in quick succession before diving back down for another 5 minutes then resurfacing again. Not only did we see the spouts we could also see the backs of the whales rising to the surface ...
... had already decided a flamingo was required to remember the trip, Greig opted for a Sailor Jerry style anchor, and we booked in for Thursday evening. After having already been drunk and sober during the day I wasn't interested in drinking, so Greig grabbed some cans for the room and we explored the MGM casino and hotel before bed. An early morning awaits us for our helicopter flight to the Grand Canyon. Very ...
... of town and includes a 13 mile scenic loop. The bicyclists we passed riding along the shoulder both outside and inside the park were no slackers. It must be a favorite training ride of about 53 miles round trip. All the parking lots were overflowing but, with parking along the road as well, we were able to do everything we had planned. The hike to Ice Box Canyon required some tricky rock scrambling ...
Using our free 'continental' breakfast voucher this morning, which disappointingly ended up being only a juice and muffin each (nothing else!), began a day of touring the strip. Catching the bus to Stratosphere Tower for the highest lookout point over Las Vegas, we also decided to go on the two rides they offer at the top of the tower. X-Scream and the ...
... which is typically a bigger size. Garyn has mentioned that since being in Las Vegas, everything seems to be in excess (the portions of food, the size of the people, the way water is used both to drink and in the showers). It's quite different from what we've been used to and it definitely has taken a few days to adapt. For me, the size of food portions was difficult. While I almost always finished everything on my plate, I often felt like I was eating too ...