Fairfield Inn & Suites Las Vegas South
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We braved the back streets of Las Vegas in search of Miss B's lollies and Graceyn's lalaloopsy doll. No doll but found the lollies. We did manage to buy another suitcase to take all our purchases home. Still working on Bloss to go on the Grand Canyon tour ...
... up the Christmas shopping so that is one more thing to cross off the to-do list. There was a bit of a break in the weather and the sun popped out so we took a walk along the trail from the mouth of the Nicomekel River where it empties into Mud Bay. The trail leads past Nico Wynd golf course, a local marina, and the Stewart Farm House. The trail also winds through an old stand of cedar and fir trees that you wouldn’t expect to find so close to the road. The following day ...
... late Saturday night since he was the last person we saw before leaving North America a year ago when he drove us to the airport in Los Angeles after spending a couple days together in Las Vegas. With Daniel, we spent time watching football in the sportsbook and just catching up. Harlan and Janice arrived late Monday night and we saw them on Tuesday for the first time. They were both battling some kind of bug or flu, but seemed to turn a corner when they got ...
... My boy was well chuffed.
We made our way downstairs to put (or rather, give) our money into the first pokie. Yeah, that wasn't a successful trip, Damian walked away up and i walked away with not much more than a 35 cent voucher after putting in $5. Big spenders!
We grabbed the car and cruised the strip for the first time. The neon lights bright, the music loud and the people moving up and down the strip yelling and laughing. Our ...
We all had a pretty good nights sleep in our lovely Hotel room despite it being vey hot. Woke up to another scorcher and this time we left fairly early to head out to Hoover Dam, which was approximately thirty miles out from Vegas itself, basically on the border of Nevada and Arizona. Visiting the dam was a suggestion by Ginny, and we weren't quite sure what we were going to encounter when we got out there but it was a fantastic place to visit. The Dam itself has been the scene of ...