Extended Stay America - Las Vegas - Valley View
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... for the first time to begin unclipping from my anchor and meet Dan at the top of the 4th, I realized I could barely move my body. I made two small moves on good holds to lift myself high enough to create slack to unclip the anchor, but I was EXHAUSTED. And, still scared. And the climbing on this pitch looked kind of hard to me, a slightly overhangy chimney ish crack thing that didn't look easy while hanging in mid air so high off the ground. I really wanted to ...
... br> We then went to a limit game, which is less exciting and less high pressure. In this game the maximum raise is $2 and then $4 on the turn and river. I was up about $30 at one point but then with a Ace-5 in my hand and a flop of 5-5-4, I lost a lot of it to a 5-4 and ended up only making about $4. My Dad lost $16 and now says he is keen to play a no-limits game.
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... brightly lit up strip back to the hotel. Back at the hotel, we got a couple of drinks and played the willy wonka game. Andy had no change so put in $10 and as he was about to run out of credits, he somehow won $20 with his wonka chair lifting him up and dancing about in celebration. He quickly collected his winnings having doubled his money. We then had $5 each to play in the 1c machines to win, lose, win & lose the lot. That was quite enough for us, so we returned to our room at ...