El Cortez Cabana Suites
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... over Hoover dam and the Grand Canyon which was well worth doing. Shame the pilot flew up the exact middle of the canyon bit hard to get pics down into the canyon but I didn't dare give him my thoughts on how he should fly around the canyon.
So today we are off to make our own adventure via Rout 66, or what is left of it. Have no plans for tonight we will see how far we get and what little town tickles our ...
... start, but did check out on time, got lunch again at our favourite veggie café, stocked up on water, supplies and gas, and placed a couple of final bets at a roulette table in our casino. At the specific request of friends, we placed $2 on number 8, and lost. Then we placed $3 on red, and lost. Satisfied that we were really bad at gambling, we collected the car and headed out of Las Vegas. Next stop – the Hoover Dam, Ash Fork, the Grand Canyon and Barstow!
... days later. If you need to take a day, take a day. If you want to stop and see something, stop and see something. 4. Don’t get mad, don’t get in a hurry. Plan on driving under the speed limit in many places, especially out west. Stay in the right lane when possible, and respect the fact that other drivers are going to see you as a hindrance. The only space you can control in the space in front ...
The first morning we all went to the gym and Dave reintroduced himself to the art of running, or light jogging (Neil and I went again a couple of days later but Dave cried off with blisters his flip flops had kindly given him. They were repulsive to be fair to him). Once back we donned our pool gear and after my eyes had recovered from the glare from their pasty white bodies (plus Dave's large man breasts and Neil's lack of shoulders) we headed for the sun. As ...
... gear & reloaded it onto the waiting bus which transported us up the hill to the real rest rooms. Yippee no dunking myself in frigid water!! We drove about 30 minutes to the paved road where we transferred to another fancier bus with a bathroom that had a mirror. Eeek! It's quite a shock seeing yourself after 3 days on the river with no makeup, no real baths & no hairdos!
The drive to Las Vegas took about 1 hour ...