Crossland Economy Studios - Las Vegas - Boulder Highway
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... the 2 hour "tour" (blacked out windows) of Vegas. We then went around some Casino's, Caesar's Palace and the Venetian, before heading home in the early hours. We had a lot of fun and a great night was had by all of the group. The following day we explored the casino's we hadn’t been to the night before, and they were absolutely huge and it’s an intense city. Little Paris ...
... in the Jacuzzi tub.
The room as I said earlier is on the top floor and it is overlooking the Strip. We are about a block or two from the strip so it’s quiet around the resort. Looking out the other side of the resort you can see the airport, but the planes do not take off in this directions.
It’s getting late and I still have to download my pictures, so God bless all the miners and families who lived in active days of Calico.
Final day in Vegas today :( We decided we needed a well earned rest and so we started by relaxing by the pool and having a quick dip. It was lush. Good music, drinks and lots of sunshine. Then we decided to explore the last hotel we hadn't seen, Paris in Vegas. It has beautiful chandeliers and ornate furniture as well as a massive Eiffel Tower! We decided to go up and check out the view from the top. Dad even got in free because it was his birthday. It was lovely looking down ...
... a cowboy dinner and show. It was great and we loved it, bought their CD, and were the last to leave the venue because we were chatting to the band, who all signed our CD for us. Waited up to see the stars, which were supposed to be something special, but we did not think so. A top ...
... br> As we come closer to the Grand Canyon area the landscape shifts quite a bit from desert to a more lush scenery. After a couple of hours of driving we turn off the main highway, and get to another short stop at Double Eagle Trading Company which is a Navajo trading post where you can buy some things you never knew you needed; stuffed bears and mountain lions to name a few things. A fun but strange mix to say ...
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