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... at Mon Ami Gabi. A lovely spot of lunch (a wonderful quiche for me and a Croque Madame for Rich) a couple of glasses of Tattinger and we were all full ready for a nap! There was a few hours downtime before meeting up again so Rich and I flaked out in our room and then got ready in normal clothes and met everyone in the lobby at 8pm. We were all so full from the late lunch so the bride and groom scrapped the original plan of a Brazilian ...
... the gruelling ascent. And it is gruelling. It take 2 hours to walk down and 4 hours to walk back up.
The views are worth every bit of the pain.
I know i will sleep good tonight.
Off to Page, Arizona to visit the famous Antelope Canyon. Its a 3 hour drive form Williams. Love driving my little Nissan as the fuel economy is a frugal 5 litres per 100ks, or 46mpg. So much cheaper to fill up than a bigger car. Anyway ...
... excited about Las Vegas. The hotel we are staying in is insanely big. So big in fact that it has an actual Theme Park inside of it. Yes a proper roller coaster in a hotel. We got in just before all the lights were about to light up and found our room on the 28th Floor of Circus Circus, a really impressive view as well. We headed out down the strip for about 20 min trying to find somewhere to eat. The strip is incredible to look at, it really ...
... fault action and volcanic eruptions caused this seabed to begin rising some 225 million years ago. As the waters receded, sea creatures died, and the calcium in their bodies combined with sea minerals to form limestone cliffs studded with ancient fossils. Some 45 million years later, the region was buried beneath thousands of feet of windblown ...
... other two sections 65. We just set the cruise control and didn't have to work hard. A good thing, because not only have we been moving about a lot recently the 7,000ft of altitude was also tiring. Everyone was travelling at almost the same speed, on the limit. At one point a motorcycle slowly passed us, with the pillion passenger, a beautiful young woman in sunglasses, giving the bloke the most incredible, slow, sexy massage as they rode off into the sunset. Lots of ...