Courtyard By Marriott Las Vegas South
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... which essentially is hash browns, onions, pepper, corned beef with two fried eggs and hollandaise sauce on top. It was really really and I enjoyed every bite - it was full of flavour. Matt also enjoyed his BBQ buffalo burger, not bad for a hotel restaurant really!
$17.50 for a shake, corned beef hash, tax and tip.
Feeling full we retired to the casino room to have a go on a few more machines to see if we could ...
... and for Jim to purchase a tee shirt. Then we found a parking spot and enjoyed several hours in the Freemont area.
Our RV park offered free shuttle service, so Friday afternoon, Saturday, and Sunday we took the shuttle to The Strip, with a drop-off at Harrah's. We did a bit of gambling, but we are not big gamblers. We enjoyed watching the variety of people and groups as we walked about 5 miles each day ...
... breakfast we met the rest of the gang in the room to discuss plans for the day. Andy & Lou wanted to take it easy and decided to do some shopping with Andy picking up some blue suede shoes. The rest of us headed to the mob museum, in the old downtown of Vegas. The museum was great fun. It was fascinating to learn about how Vegas was built up and how much mob money was used. The interactive courtroom film was a highlight, and of course, the mug shots we took behind the ...
... wanted the Sens to win but unfortunately after a pretty close game they were defeated, meaning they are now out of the Stanley Cup.
After a quick change at the hotel into warmer clothing (and an awkward one in the car park for Ness & I, where I'm pretty sure we flashed everyone waiting for the monorail opposite - though hopefully the sunset blurred their vision), we ...
... still pretty amazing!
After a quick stop to see the fountains at the Aria which had just closed for the night we set off to the Wynn to see their fountain display- luckily we were in time to catch the last show. This was very clever with a short movie being displayed on a waterfall.
We stopped to view the most expensive sculpture in a Vegas hotel in the form of some giant tulips made of coloured metal. They are apparently valued at 33 million ...