Crestwood Suites Of Las Vegas Blvd
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... had $1200 on the table, and she had a six showing and busted with 26. It happned again and again during THE SHOE. After THE SHOE, Thuy and I agreed it was time to go as it would not get any better. I found Chris and he was excited as he said he was "on fire" he showed me a dozen black chips and I showed him almost as many purples... Booyah! I was back to even with a great weekend paid for. It doesn't get any better than that.
... The lady I sat next to asked me, "Do you sing?". I said, "Not very well!" She actually meant, "Do you sing during a show?" I said I do, but still not very well. She didn't mind, we had a bit of a sing along together :) Mike actually really enjoyed it too, and we have been singing the songs ever since we saw it. The rest of Vegas was jut full of food, walking up and down the strip, sleeping in and relaxing by the pool, because boy was it HOT!!! All our love, M&M ...
... java. Shan made it home, we ate, I packed the truck up, did a few things around the house for mom, and then we were off. Mom cried a bunch, it pained my heart to see her in so much emotional turmoil. Of course I know it stems from her not being able to see my kids, but I will say its because she'll miss ME. So there.
We had only been on the road about 15-20 minutes before Artie asked if we were in Las Vegas yet...I said yes. A ...
... and taking it with him. We'd come at a quiet time where the University was out and all graduated up and the only noise that could be heard was some pretty atrocious singing from a seedy doorway. I asked a girl crouched outside smoking if it was Karaoke night or a really awful band. She stood up, threw her butt in the gutter and said we were welcome to come in and that it was the manager on microphone. Playing to an empty bar.
Its not all been about dulcet tones we ...
... motel after closed motel. The building are left as a kind of memorial of what once was. The pool was our first visit. Luckily we avoided jumping in without testing the water as I think certain parts of my anatomy would of been hiding back inside for warmth.
Venturing out to the strip meant catching a bus from up the road by the part of Freemont Street which is still a tourist hot spot. The LED roof goes on for ...
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