Fairfield Inn Las Vegas Airport
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... Aaron and Justin showed up with Aurora, so Cindy got to see her grand daughter for the first time in six weeks. It's been a great trip. I'm going to write one or two more entries over the next few days summarizing the experience and the lessons learned, but this is my last daily blog entry. It's been a great trip, and I hope these little daily journal entries have kept you informed and amused. Until the next trip! 'Night, ...
... Vegas the destination of so many. I must finish by saying , that Vegas is an iconic place to come to , and for all the tackiness,noise, and Grossness .....the other side , being the Grandeur and sheer bravado of creating such a place in the middle of a desert is awe inspiring too ...it's definitely an experience that everyone should have ...there is surely nowhere else like it ...I have loved it,hated it , and loved it again ! I'm both sad ...
... imagined coming to America and loosing my tan, not having chance to top it up. Obviously LV is in the dessert but still I didn't think about it being hot. We spent most of our time here on Fremont street. We did have one night on the strip but it was a hell of a lot more expensive than down town. On Fremont you can play roulette with a minimum $2 bet and can use 50 cent chips, whereas on the strip, most are $10 minimum bets with the smallest chip being $1. I spent most of my time ...
... to Phoenix Arizona, and before we knew it we had picked up our hire car (a nice big one so we could manage camping better) and were on our way by 10pm. It was all so easy not having to struggle with our basic Spanish and hugely comforting to hear that familiar American drawl and to understand everything said to you again instead of straining for every word. We had a motel booked that night in downtown Phoenix, which we collapsed into by 11pm.
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... is pretty amazing. Our tour guide is also very informative. Such magnificent formations all carved by water. I can see why this place in on the 100 things to see before i die list.
Next stop is Horse Shoe bend. Its only a few miles from Antelope Canyon. The car park is about 1 kilometre from the overlook, and its uphill in sandy soil. Plus the wind is blowing a gale, and i am now getting sand blasted. The view form the lookout is pretty ...