Fairfield Inn & Suites Las Vegas South
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... s illusions. The kids’ favorite part was when he made a car appear on stage. Bill’s favorite part was when I was up on stage, and of course that was my favorite part too!
About half way through the show, David (we’re on a first name basis now) gave two big Xs to some guy named Eric and told him to throw them over his shoulder. The first one, hit our table, knocked over my red wine, which spilled all over my ...
... a carafe of sangria. Afterwards we strolled along Fremont St to Container Park, a collection of shops and restaurants housed in old shipping containers. On entry we are greeted by a 10m tall praying mantis who shoots fire from his antennas, on the bass beats of songs ( who let the dogs out? Choof choof choof). Back up Fremont St to the Golden Nugget. Had a major electrical and hail storm in the arvo, which apparently is very rare. It did nothing to lower the ...
... and Roll but he can't climb hills. We arrived in Las Vegas late Thursday afternoon, hoping to spend some time on the strip and enjoy a nice dinner in Las Vegas BUT this is not an RV friendly city. Google said Circus Circus does have RV parking so we planned to park there. Not Hapoening! Surprise! There is a music festival in their parking lot this weekend so it ...
... real! And the arrival was the worst bit - dozens of bus loads all arrive at once from Vegas and you have to push through the crowds to see it. I didn't like this at all and so rushed ahead - we were given a couple of hours to walk along the edge to our pick up point and this was the best bit, a lovely walk and stunning views that changed along the way giving a much better sense of the size and shapes. It also had lots of signs and information on the history of rock ...
At noon we boarded a SunBuggy shuttle out to the dunes near Ellis Air Force Base. "Frenchy," (cute French daredevil) our guide, strapped us into the two-seater Baja racer and we were off on an hour long chase up, over and around the dunes. We were told to "drive it like we stole it" and try to keep up. And we did! What an adrenalin rush!!! And having Air Force bombers flying overhead ...