Crossland Economy Studios - Las Vegas - Boulder Highway
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... we went to 'Ka' a new production of Cirque du soleil. It was like nothing we had seen before. Google it, its underscribable.
So now we are off on our next adventure. Back to LA with an 1120pm flight to Peru. We recieved an email from our hostel warning us that taxi drivers will take us to different hostels in order to get commission, and tell us the one we booked has burnt down..... this next stage is going to be interesting,
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... A quick credit was required. We then walked the other side of the strip. The water fountain at the Bellagio was spectacular. Checked out Hersey's Chocolate store and bought more stuff. The amount of beggars and con artists as well as girls dressed in practically nothing and people trying to give you naked girl photos for the different strip clubs is overwhelming. But I suppose that is ...
... and tender melt-in-your- mouth inside.
The next day we decided to take along Crescent Beach. Just after we arrived there the sun came out and the afternoon was pleasant. The homes there used to be beach cottages but over the years the houses became bigger and nicer and the waterfront properties are very expensive. There are still a few of the old-timers standing though. Some have been rebuilt or renovated. The beachfront properties are about as close as you can get to ...
Being back in the United States, I've felt a bit of "reverse culture shock". To get from Guatemala to Mexico, where we flew from, we spent about $23 CDN to travel for about five or six hours. When we landed in Las Vegas, we paid about $30 USD to take a 10 minute taxi ride from the airport to our hotel. We met my brother Daniel at the Mirage and decided to have a drink while we caught up. A regular size bottle of beer cost $8. We've been used to spending about $1 ...
... room and could watch the people at the next hotel, New York New York ride the roller coaster. We settled in and refreshed ourselves. Next thing we hear someone trying to get into our room. Damian opens the door. Two middle aged women were giggling. Their room number was the same as ours but obviously the key was not working. Damian called down to Reception who had obviously put us into their room after the bungle up with ours… When he went back to ...