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... coliseum/theatre's and gardens. On the way back to the hotel we booked tickets to see a show called Absinthe and a meal at Spago's. That evening we headed out early to pick up show tickets and make it to our meal reservation. The meal at Spago's was delicious, Spago's was one of the first restaurants of its type to be created in Vegas by Wolfgang Puck. The best bits were the starters, I had an oxtail gnocchi and Jo had steak ...
... was no rain! Today we enter our 17th state - Nevada! As we left California, I remembered that I wanted to tell you about the California border produce inspection stations. We went through one when we entered from the Oregon border and I saw one on our way out, no other state has had that, so I thought it was worth mentioning; just some food for thought, no pun intended. We travelled a little out of our way so that we could avoid some wind advisories on the west side of the ...
... 6, I'm back up to $15, down to $12, up to $23, down to $13, up to $25, up to $32. It's here I decide that I'll call it quits if I go back to $20 or somehow get back up to $40. Final result, walk away from machine with $40.75, suck that Casino, I win. Well if you don't count the rooms, the food, the show tickets and other incidental spending. After a cup of tea, from McDs again, we head out on the bus to check out the Conservatory Gardens at the Bellagio Hotel that Amanda had ...
... impressed with what we saw there and along the way. We made our way over to Planet Hollywood to surprise Marlo with tickets to Jeff Dunham's show (Not Playing with a Full Deck), but he remembered us talking about it months ago and was not as surprised as we thought.
We grabbed a bite in the Miracle Mile of Shops before heading to the show at 3:00 pm. Marlo and I laughed ourselves silly - it was a great show. Nova tried to do some shopping but the shops were pretty ...
... over the dam, and amusingly back into Arizona in order to park up. It may have been 5pm but, boy, was it hot and incredibly windy. To cap it all it started raining yet again, although quite refreshing and did cool us down for a few seconds!
The Hoover Dam is an amazing feat of engineering made even more incredible by the fact that it was built in the early 1930s. Combined with the harshness of the environment it is another ...