Extended Stay America - Las Vegas - East Flamingo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... outside, coupled with not having eaten since 9am, it was a pretty difficult walk! We had to keep dipping into the casinos en route to cool down. Thankfully just after NYNY we were able to get on a free monorail to Mandalay Bay and escaped the heat. At the bar at Mandalay Bay that we had travelled all that way to see, we were impressed with the view but not the bar. Such a disappointment and wast of an amazing space. The place was dead, everything was painted ...
... and friends to go through
customs, I shed very few tears and automatically went into a self sustaining
mode where I was on the move- like I had done it a million times. To be
completely honest, even though this is only one of the first few weeks of being
in a new country, it feels like moving around is second nature to me. The
difference a year has made is amazing, it’s as though I came to terms with the
fact that this is how my ...
... exhibits that tell the history of the canyon and depict its plant and animal life, including the thousands of wild horses and burros, protected by an act of Congress since 1971. Call ahead to find out about ranger-guided tours as well as informative guided hikes offered by such groups as the Sierra Club and the Audubon Society.
... to our new abode by about 5.30 using the IPAD map to guide us. Got passed through the compound gate without difficulty by a black girl with a blond wig. The key was in a box locked to some railings and we had been given the code for it. Modern, pleasant, ground floor apartment. The bedroom and en suite bathroom were fine. Nobody around, although someone else was staying there. At 6.30 we walked to the Strip, it was so close. ...
... I've ever done were not vertical, and had ledges/slopey sections as you go higher and higher, which make it feel like you're kind of still close to the ground or something within eyesight. This was different, being able to see from your foot straight down to the ground 450 feet below.
I called up to him and said I'm really sorry but I think I want to rappel. So we did. (the party below us had a girl who had never done multipitch ever before and she ...