Fairfield Inn & Suites Las Vegas South
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... all nigth (8pm to 2am) duelling. They take requests (as long as you give them money with the request) and play anything you want. They were brilliant - nothing like old school rock and roll to get everyone happy. They do get cheeky by the end of the night, demanding $50 tips to get requests played. We left at about midnight and walked back via a few casinos to pop a few bob in the slots. No winnings!
A great night had by all, especially the bride to be.
... myself, and I
actually had to stop and think about it for a while. I found myself questioning
how I really felt about the situation and the answer I knew I felt in my heart
personally shocked me because it made me realize just how much a person can
change in as little as 7 months.
Yes, it is always sad when good things come to an end, and
yes I am going to miss all the people I hold very close to my heart, but to say
that it ...
... observe how dramatically the milky-white limestone alternates with iron-rich red rocks. Farther along, the mountains become solid limestone, with canyons running between them, which lead to an evergreen forest—a surprising sight in the desert.
If you’re up to it, however, we can’t stress enough that the way to really ...
... the Venetian, which like all of them is vast. Through the Casino, with its banks if slot machines, **** tables, etc., we found the Cafe, where Amanda had a rib of pork sandwich and I had a corned beef on rye with pickled cucumber and fries. Not English corned beef, obviously. I can't remember the last time I ate it. It does remind me of the salt beef on rye that I used to eat in a Jewish Deli in Great Windmill Street in Soho before ...
... so much fun, never CRYING haha! AND I CLIMB ON TOP ROPE. I should make a new Top Rope Tough Guys video (Google it if you don't know lol) that includes a crying 30 year old woman lol ok now I'm just being mean to myself, but I really want to just DO IT and stop thinking so much. NOBODY I know would ever sit here writing a long ass blog post about a 5.8 climb hahhah!!!
Dan did say he was proud of me for trying and reminded me I've only been climbing ...