Crestwood Suites Of Las Vegas Blvd
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Swimming pool
- Smoking rooms available
- Microwave in room
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... in the middle of the Canyon where Champagne and a small picnic was provided. To let off some steam we climbed to a ridge with our arms in the air and screamed, the delay in the echo as it surrounded us in all directions was mental. After lots of giggles and a couple glasses of champagne we all got back in the helicopter for the ride back. First stop we had to refuel at which point we got chatting to a guy ...
... airport by bus and once arrived we met out hellicopter pilot "Pete" who took us through some safety basics. We travelled in an 8 seater hellicopter with our pilot and 3 Spanish men from Valencia - they spoke little English but managed to say Hola to Georgia when she announced over the headsets/microphones "Hi Everyone".
The trip out to the Canyon took about 35 mins and the scenery was ...
Like a deer in headlights. After the novelty of brightly colored slot machines, the noise of bells and music from them all and the queues to get to the award winning Vegas buffet (signs everywhere advertising that in the hotel), I have awoken to a sensory overload first thing in the morning - and I am NOT a morning person!!! It's early morning and soooo many people are smoking indoors at the hotel - which is a casino (always imagined they would be two ...
... she would never go on again. To "celebrate" our journey, we stopped downstairs to play on the machines and my $20 lasted quite a while; we enjoyed Coronas on the Rio and left winners - cashing out at $20.05.
We stopped at the Giant Bonanza Gift Store, but did not find anything worth buying, so our next stop was the Linq to go on the new "High Roller" ride (a 'pod' Ferris Wheel). We parked in ...
... ready for me at 10. We started out and he showed me some of the scenes, stopped in Boulder City and then went on to the dam. On arrival, because I was in a car, I was ushered to the font of the queue and then paid for the tour of the dam. Logistics aside, the dam is spectacular - it the highest dam in the western hemisphere. ...