Crestwood Suites Las Vegas Flamingo
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Smoking rooms available
- Microwave in room
- Multilingual staff
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... it transpired he will be in Thailand with his wife the same time as Matt and I so we exchanged contact details, always good to know a friendly face whilst travelling. Karen and Peter were feeling the holiday blues on the bus ride back, they collected their bags and we drove them to the airport to say our goodbyes before our onward road trip to Death Valley... We set off as usual in the dark, so still yet to see ...
... of black and grey along with rusty/red and even shades of green. It was very dry ( funny about that in a desert)! We saw the Colorado river that runs very dirty/brown through the canyon yet magically is brilliant blue when it his lake Meade. We had a great view of the Hoover Dam and learnt about Boulder City which is only one of two towns in Nevada that gambling is illegal (a throw back to the ...
... and gambling on machines at the crack of dawn! Madness. I also noticed that the people resemble those in the movie Wall-E. Huge people rolling around in chairs and eating all day long. Also (not in the movie) breathing with oxygen tanks and smoking! And gambling and then eating tones more food and drinking. There are some messed-up folks here who look like they need some form of intervention or a new hobby at least. Makes me feel sad actually as there are ...
... and then headed through the Casino to try to find where to get tickets. It was a little confusing on the inside, but once we got outside and got the lay of the land, we were able to find our way. This ride took 30 minutes, we had the whole pod to ourselves and we were taken on a journey to the top (550 feet up). We both enjoyed this trip, and the view.
We made another trip to the Outback for supper - ...
... taken down to the base of the dam. Truly spectacular ingenuity to build the dam in 5 years. One thing I did not know was that the dam, during construction, was built with pipe through it to keep the concrete cool when drying. Then came another bucket list item. To walk from Nevada to Arizona. The dam is built over the Colorado river ...