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... to bed around 6am the next day wasn't very productive.. But at 4 what we thought wouldn't be a long walk to Treasure Island down the strip took about an hour- although not too long, when it's 46 degrees outside it really took it out of us! We had tickets to see Mystere by Cirque du Soliel that night - it was amazing!! Must admit that some parts were weird, a man dressed as a baby coming out every so often but the show was incredible! Afterwards ...
... was talented and hilarious! There was a contortionist, a bird whisperer, a "strong" man act, a comedy act and finally a roller skating act. We all had a blast.....lots of laughs, amazement and fun. After the show we headed to the Bellagio to watch the fountains. Inside we saw a conservatory. The ceiling was blooming with Italian glass blown flowers. We rounded out the evening with a trip to the top of the ...
... dad used to work. Small world!! Our pilot was Jared- totally beautiful and sarcastic. Perfect really! He made jokes about our English accents and often had no idea what were were talking about. He told us loads of interesting facts about what we were flying over and Nevada itself. Loved it. Wasn't scary at all, we felt really safe and the flight was smooth and exciting. The canyon itself wasn't what I expected. It didn't look ...
... the way; formal, almost like balconies with rails we can lean on, and there there are all the informal ones where we can walk out on a ledge and stand only a foot or two away from a drop of several hundred feets.
Every other turn brings a new view and it's quite amazing to see how the landscape manage to change even during this short walk. After a while we look at the time and realize we have spent ...
... every cactus available when Mr. Mars had it made for Ethel. Although there was no one working in the kitchen or on the lines, it was easy enough to picture Lucille Ball and Ethel trying to stay ahead of the candy as it came off the line.
A few blocks from Fremont Street downtown, Tony Hsief (founder of Zappos) created Container Park. What was a neglected area is now the site of containers...as in train cars or semi-trailer containers...stacked in ...
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