Extended Stay America - Las Vegas - Midtown
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... coaches and we found the value that was in the wrong place. So a temporally fix without using duck tape or cable ties made both of us laugh. Dinner in this cater looking like I was in a North American ski resorts canteen. Time to hit the sack with a couple of beers for me as in the morning. I was getting up for the sunrise. Relaxing time with a knock at the door in the middle of the night from my room mate who had lost his key and in a very jolly state with I could only laugh ...
Day 2 in Vegas - we slept like the dead until 10am, gotta love block out curtains and king sized beds. We had an amazing lunch at the Grand Lux Cafe at the Venetian, such huge serving sizes for their 'lunch' specials. And I had a delicious mango mojito, perfect. Loving the food in Vegas so far! After lunch we wandered and gambled through a few casinos, checking out the huuuuuge forum shops at Caesar's Palace, and ...
... and Guess and Adidas shops.
Dinner a the Bellagio Buffet, huge array of offerings a buffet that stretched about 50m long. After dinner a trip to M&M's World for some sweet treats for the road. Finally then off to Mandalay Bay Casino to see Michael Jackson One by Cirque Du Soleil, One of the highlights of our trip to date. A fantastic show that kept us all ...
... all lit up. We finished our tour at Fremont street where we stayed for the light show and a drink. When we got back on the coach we were tricked into believing that Brook got married in Vegas and that we could could go and see the chapel. Turns out it was a set up and when we got into the chapel an Elvis impersonator led a fake marriage for Mary and Heath, which turned out to be out secret optional $10 activity. ...
... away so we thought "what the hell". I looked up and phoned an RV site, and the travel gods smiled on us.
All booked up we headed down the 93 in the rapidly failing light. The desert at sunset is vivid and beautiful even though it's still hot and bloody windy. Driving a 25 x 10 x 12 ft RV through it is like sailing a cardboard box!
We rolled over the last hill and saw the Vegas lights - we could make out "the strip", it was like a ...