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... you in. We got an upgrade to the West Wing Suite and it is incredible. After checking in and running around the room like school kids pressing all the buttons we could, we headed down to the casino.
We decided to each buy one of those novelty cups everyone was carrying around and and filled it with alcoholic slushie, along with having some $1.00 jello shots. We spent the night walking from hotel to hotel to shops to casinos and drank along the way. We thought we ...
... Now I understand how people go broke here. Tho we had lots of fun. It was about 5 pm after we got out of the casino so we went to Walgreens to get some Sailor jerrycans and coke for jake then we got a taxi back to our hotel, decided to order room service have a spa and watch a movie. I ordered a salad and a fruit platter and Jake had a pizza. Hope to go to container park tomorrow it's like a playground for adults. And hopefully watch a Eddie ...
... from San Fran who was In Vegas with friends and went out just off Freemont street. Pulled an all nighter, got back at 5:30am for a 6:00 am bus to the Grand Canyon. Monday - 6 hours bus trip to the Grand Canyon with Daniel and met Katy on the bus. 3 hours walking the southern rim of the canyon. AMAZING!!! Then a 5 hour bus back to Vegas. Arrived back at hostel at 9pm then had to pack up and leave for a overnight greyhound bus to San Diego. Not a fun ...
... enjoying some memories of our trip. By the time we arrived at the next winery, called Pahrump, I could not drink another drop. We did enjoy an outstanding lunch at their Symphony restaurant.
The last night of our trip we dined at Battista's Hole in the Wall Italian restaurant. Every day of this trip was full of adventure. We had a great time. We were ready, though, to leave the noise and crowds of Las Vegas for the quiet and green of Kansas City.
... school and a lot more fun than the glitzy glamour of the other end of town. There is a zip line that people can go on above all the people along this part of the strip and it looks like a lot of fun, flying about the crowds. It is a real carnival atmosphere, a lot like side-shows and much more of what I imagined the strip might be like. I must be stuck in a time-warp. We spend quite a while wandering around here enjoying the sights before heading back to our hotel exhausted ...