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... jubbly. Next was the show Absinthe, we met up with Karen and Peter for the first time and headed into the tent. Inside we all sat around the centre stage in a circle and there were girls swinging from the roof. The show was a mixture of great acrobatics and comedy from the ringleader and his 'sister'. The ringleader and his sister were a particular highlight as they were hilarious, very controversial cutting pretty close to the ...
... also so we could pass through the Hoover Dam. This required a short pass through Arizona, our 16th state. We didn't actually drive over the Hoover Dam, apparently in 2010 they built a bypass on route 93; this was not the case when I passed over the dam in 2002. In 2010 the Mike O'Callahan-Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge was built. They built the bridge to alleviate traffic backups over the dam and they were clever enough to build it so that pedestrians could walk on it and get a ...
... We get to the Bellagio and go inside and try to find the Conservatory, as we wander around one thing stands out to us, the Bellagio is a lot flashier than our Hotel. Our Hotel is nice but it is a bit dated and looks and smells smokey in the casino, where as the Bellagio is all Marble floors, clean, smells and looks fresh. The Excalibur has shops like, The Toy Shack, The Lid (baseball cap shop). The Bellagio has shops like Chanel, Giorgio Armani. In the Excalibur food ...
... and nothing really tickled her fancy. After the show, we walked the eastside of the Strip back to the Excalibur, taking in the sights along the way. We even stopped in the Coke Store to taste the sampler trays from across the globe - some were tasty and some were pretty nasty.
We headed back to our room to get ready for the show, Tournament of the Kings - but we got a little entertainment before the show. As we were walking into the Excalibur we noticed a girl ahead ...
... to witness up close. The views either side are spectacular and the height unnerving as you peer over the edge.
After a lot more photos we walked back up the steps to the RV where we all collapsed under the aircon, cuddling bottles of iced water to recover.
It was then back on the road for the final hour's push to Las Vegas. Seemingly avoiding most of the Friday evening rush hour traffic Las Vegas and its famous ...