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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... had tall edge markers for the winter. With such high altitudes the winter snow fall is high and it is hard to believe that 12 - 20 foot of snow fall is not uncommon.
To be continued......
Off to buy some chocolates for office then boarding within the hour.
Total miles travelled in our rental car - 2187.
Robert and Samson signing out from Las Vegas.
... them. We bought a couple packs of cards and a couple of souvenir poker chips and called it a night; but it was really interesting. We also saw Elvis performing! I liked that. Austin thought it was stupid.
We ended the evening at a Carl Jr’s (Hardees) eating a late dinner and driving down the newer casino section of Vegas. It was fun and we will spend more time there later next ...
... There were some easy targets in the front row - a guy in a mullet and sleeveless shirt seated with his wife, who had the same hair as Dee Snyder from Twisted Sister. He had a great time with them! We were seated in the second row, and after he had beaten up everyone in the front row, he noticed Ben and Beth sitting together. He quickly moved in on them, noting how young they obviously were. He asked them if their parents dropped them ...
... The guy put 2 double shots of rum in, then finished off the bottle, then added a bit from the new bottle. No wonder I woke up with a headache. We stayed on Fremont Street. This is in downtown Vegas. About a 15 minute drive from the strip. I couldn't recommend it enough. Anyone who doesn't at least visit Fremont during your stay in Vegas is definitely missing out. If I had to pick again, even if I had more money to play with I think I would still stay downtown. Fremont street on ...
... relaxing part of the honeymoon, combined with a bit of chaotic Vegas-ness!
An easy drive to Vegas although hitting the city and the million lanes, daunting oversized cars and cross roads going everywhere was slightly stressful but we made our way to the strip and cruised down towards our hotel, an experience to drive the strip. Vegas is full tonight so we had to get accommodation at the Marriott just behind Planet Hollywood and move to the ...