El Cortez Hotel & Casino
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First, we had to get a bus from downtown San Diego to the airport. Which didn't come. We waited nearly an hour and, when he arrived, the driver was very stressed. This didn’t help our back up plan to get a flight, so we resolved that we had to hire a car.
We arrived at the airport and took a complimentary bus to the car hire places …
... these people do for a living, if they actually work for a living, or just work for their daddy's company.
Vegas appears to be designed to suck every last dollar out of your pocket before you know how much you've spent. I cringed at $22 for a big alcoholic beverage, or $4 for a bottle of water, or who knows how expensive to sit and eat at a restaurant (the buffets, which I imagine are on the cheap side were still about $25). And ultimately this is what I ...
Time is finally here. we'll spend the day tying up all the last minute loose ends....our flight isn't until late this evening. Gotta love those red-eye transitions, not really. But, it is the only way to get from the west coast to the east coast without loosing the greater portion of the day in 4 hours.
so ....... the adventure begins. ...
... would be a kinked water line associated with the slide moving in and out and would be a nightmare to fix. Turned out to be a bad faucet. Buying and installing the most expensive faucet Tommye could find at Home Depot fixed the problem – after several trips to Home Depot for fittings, etc.
Still not completely organized but ready to move on up the ...
... Rock Canyon National Conservation Area … a National Conservation Area that’s run by the BLM (Bureau of Land Management)… The 13 mile loop drive starts with a stop at the Visitor’s Center… There is an expansive window… Maybe 8 ft tall, and 40 ft wide where you can stand and take in the beauty of the canyon… ...