Element by Westin Las Vegas Summerlin
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More like a little apartment with a lounge, kitchen and study.
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After a four hour delay in Auckland which made us miss our connection to Vegas, we finally arrived at 7:45 pm. Lynne picked us up from the airport and took us for a lovely Vietnamese meal before taking us to our hotel.
... a few months use and had to be replaced. However, the original mining engineer's estimate of the potential size of the guano deposit proved wildly optimistic: the cave contained only about 1,000 tons of minable guano, not the 100,000 tons of the engineer's estimate. Most of the cave was filled with valueless limestone rubble. Mining there ceased in early 1960.
A few months after closure of the mine, a US Air Force jet, illegally "hot-dogging" down the canyon, clipped the ...
... the Mirage because at the time I thought it was at the MGM Grand and we had to pay a taxi to haul ass back once I realized we walked the wrong way. It was really amazing and everything I hoped for in being a visualization of the original recordings. During the pre-show a performer came and clowned around with Cari.
After the show we walked back to the Bellagio and got ice cream on the way. The fountain was fun to watch in the evening.
Enjoyed a very Lazy morning. Slept in, visited universal again to print my photos then packed ready for Las Vegas. Had a stop in Atlanta before flight delayed to Las Vegas. Landed in Vegas at 9.00pm as we changed time zone. Gained 3 hours. All I can say is WOW!! It is huge. Jason and I went for a walk a little way down the strip. Kids were shattered so went to sleep. Made it into Paris hotel, caesars palace, Bellagio and Cosmo ours of ...
... much confused the worker by asking for 'capsicum' on our sandwiches. Apparently, in America, one must always ask for 'green peppers'. *Tip of the Day! *
After lunch, we had some time to go shopping at the outlet stores right next to our hotel. The things there are cheap, but not as cheap as we were expecting. We had been told before we left that things would be so much cheaper here compared to back home, and we have found that to mostly ...