Courtyard Las Vegas Summerlin
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... swimming back under. Further along the cliffs we saw elephant seal pups basking in the afternoon sun with their strange trunk-like appendages. Craving yet more nature we arrived at the Redwoods national and state park. Our campsite was on a wooded cliffside overlooking the ocean. From here again we watched from a distance the gray whales making their journey north. We spent time hiking through the giant redwood forests, along a canyon whose walls were covered in green ...
1st blog entry ... ever so here goes - smooth early morning start thanks to Erica America graciously braving the predawn hours to get us to the airport in plenty of time for our first leg flight to Vegas ... somehow the flights just worked out so we had to lay over in Vegas for 3 days!! damn it !! ... btw, Spirit Air not so much ... you definitely DO NOT get what you pay for ( very cheap ticket prices but by the time you ...
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... were unlike any other rides we've been on before because of the view and heights being ~850 feet and ~1000 feet respectively. After that adrenaline rush we decided to explore Caesar's Palace and the Bellagio Hotels' casinos with their Christmas decorations, signature statues and the Bellagio's chocolate fountain. Stopping by the Serendipity for a deep-fried Oreo's and ice-cream sundae, we then relaxed for the afternoon before going to Bubba Gump Shrimp ...
... would have been content with a fraction of the portion size. These are things we have never really noticed in our many previous trips to Las Vegas, but this time, we did notice as we've seen how things and people operate in other parts of the world (mainly Southeast Asia, parts of Europe, and Central America).
We enjoyed our time with Daniel and then with Garyn's brother and sister-in-law, Harlan and Janice here in Vegas. It was cool to meet Daniel when ...