Eureka Casino Resort
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... s pizza right next door and Larry got me a long overdue, craved pizza! and, the WiFi is the best I've had in a week! So I got all these blogs caught up! YAY!
Tomorrow, God Willing, we will be in Vegas and checked into Circus Circus by the middle of the afternoon. We're only about 75 miles away! We're pretty excited.
I hope you all are enjoying the narratives and the photos...and if you're a Facebook peep, you're getting snipits from there too!
... of nights there at the end of our trip exporing some new places such as Trump, Ariel & SLS. So we finally arrived, had a bellman manhandle the luggage, got to our room heaving a sigh of relief, realizing this is not as easy as it used to be no matter how fun.
The good news is we will be here for 6 nights while we play golf 4 times on these beautiful courses, donate some money to the casinos & just goof off!
... the beauty of this very special park. However, this is on the to do list as well :)
Back at the visitor center we gazed at the architecture and very special "air conditioning" system of the building, made a quick stroll through the shop and then got back in our car. We didn't want to stop here for our lunch, as the picnic area was way too overcrowded.
Hence, we drove further until we reached the ...
... Census, it had a population of 15,276. The city is located in the Virgin River Valley. It is home to a growing retiree population, as well as several casino resorts and golf courses.
Mesquite was settled by ...
... and not even acknowledge us. I think the biggest eye opener for me throughout all of our travels is the fact that there is "no place like home". Whether we were staying with family, friends, or renting, we always had a place to stay. But it wasn't the same as being in your own home. I thought I would be okay with not having a home base but as the wanderings continued, I realized I missed having my own "things" around me. This realization came to light ...