Courtyard By Marriott Las Vegas South
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... at the Palazzo, Chris and I were ready to roll.
I was the best man at Chris's wedding a few years ago and have lived with him for the last fifteen years in San Diego. He met Cassie several years ago and they got married two years back. Given the marriage, their desire to move back East, and my desire for a sabbatical, it was good timing to sell the house. We have had good luck with real estate and met Conrad Kuiken over a ...
What a whirlwind 5 days we have spent in Vegas. Bright lights, lots of people (all the time), drinking in the street and gambling at all hours of the day and night (not us though). After a long wait in line to check-in at the MGM Grand, (I feel as though we have spent half our trip waiting in lines - at the airport, at the hotel, at restaurants, at Disneyland...), we made the long walk to our room, right down the end of the West Wing. A smallish room but a view of ...
... into an ominous black van talking to the unseen driver I thought that this was the beginning of a real crime re-enactment. She would be grabbed, forced inside and the van would speed off. Instead it was the dude on bass a little hungover and quietly pleased of the groupies.
We weren't alone in our a serial killer fear/fantasy. Although it was the Tucson motel that was the best contender for serial-killer-scene-set it was in Flagstaff where we met a young ...
... themselves enough to say sorry. She seemed to know what she was talking about so it meant a lot to me that she would share that with me.
On our last night there Corey stayed home with the kids while I went for a walk by myself just to experience it one more time before moving on. I still sometimes enjoy being around all the people and energy and think it’s kind of fascinating that at any time of the day or night there’s people to be around ...
Today was again devoted to work. I only got out of the hotel room for about 25 minutes, while I ran to grab a sandwich, while housekeeping was in our room. Paul said that one of their last activities was doing OMM-karaoke. It was set up as a contest for twelve kids from under-resourced backgrounds competing for musical instruments. They announced the winner, who received a ...
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