Fortune Hotel & Suites
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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... Incredible! We woke up at gone midday, and decided to get food, after recounting last night's events. Then a long walk to the shark reef aquarium at the Mandalay Bay. It was disappointing to say the least. What followed in the evening was not. Cirque du Soleil: Zarkana is astounding. I had no idea what was going on for pretty much the whole time, but everything that was happening was amazing. Such a great show of strength, agility, flexibility, bravery and ...
We started the day with brunch at Todd English, next to our hotel. Jayme & I wanted to try everything on the menu so we decided to get 2 dishes & share. Some of us were feeling a little bit delicate from the previous day & night, so we didn't manage a great deal, though there seemed to be no issue in finishing the buckets of savoury popcorn that were on our table. We headed to the 'Welcome to Vegas' sign to get a group photo. One little boy fell over and cut ...
Rami off to meeting and I had a quiet morning to catch up on paying bill, emails and sorting photos and blog.
I organised a tour to Hoover dam with Hala and Amani.
After hurrying through the hotel twice to different pick up spots we at last found our tour van and set off.
Our driver turned out to be very knowledgeable and managed to talk throughout the whole one hour drive to and from the dam.
The desert vegetation was coming ...
... and chilli chicken, plus fried rice, chicken with green beans any with honey. Drove back by eight. The compound with maybe a hundred very big semi detached houses is probably very expensive and is soulless, and you live in your neighbours pocket. Claustrophobia. We might not actually meet the owner tonight, or even tomorrow morning. The drive back from the 'big landfill site ' was uneventful, hour on, hour off, driving. The limit on the Interstate was 75mph and ...
... than road tripping in a car. Your biggest cost of travel is going to be fuel, and that cost is fixed. Campground fees are nominal (I budgeted $50 a night on average, and I think I'll be under that when the final tally is calculated). Another piece of advice is to plan down days in the travel schedule every 3-4 days to allow for travel delays, do laundry, and just take a break from endless driving.
Once I took these ideas to heart, ...