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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... and wallet. We then headed to the Mirage and sat by the pool until our room was ready. It was clearly going to be a 40+ degree day and at midday it was already ridiculously hot. Poolside was definitely a good idea.
When we checked in we tried the whole "It's our honeymoon any chance of an upgrade" trick with a strategically placed $20 bill inbetween the credit card and ID. We got a strip view room with a king bed, feeling proud of ourselves we were ...
Went shooting with my bro, we used an MP5, I lost the match because I wasn't using the sight correctly but I did go full auto with it at the end so that kind of made up for it. Afterwards we visited the Mob museum and had lunch on Fremont street. Very interesting characters on the ...
... the rest of the US is actually like, it almost doesnt feel like America at all. I was looking forward to Vegas but I am a little let down. Its all lights and money now. I knew this would be the case before really but not on this sort of scale.
Now I (Stoo - not so much Emma) am looking forward to the town of Rachel tomorrow. This town is the closest town you can get to Area 51, it is full of UFO enthusiasts. This should be interesting!
... clusters of forest-green pinyon, juniper, and ponderosa pines. In spring, the desert blooms with extraordinary wildflowers.
In the latter part of the 19th century, Red Rock was a mining site and later a sandstone quarry that provided materials for many buildings in Los Angeles, San Francisco, and early Las Vegas. In 1990, Red Rock ...
... then announced that they were receiving and then escorting a posthumous Medal of Honour for someone. I didn't catch it all. Then the detail marched off. Interesting for us not used to such American pomp. We'd been given boarding passes marked B 51 and 52. To board, forty odd A passes went on first, then us and then forty odd Cs. First on, first choice of seats. We got seats together by a window towards the rear. A really amusing ...