Hampton Inn & Suites Las Vegas South
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... road to buy crowd-dogg some cooler clothes. Another score, we pick up 2 DC shirts, 1 pair of nice shorts and a pair of DC shoes all for under $100. Then we watch the fountains out the front of the Bellagio. What an amazing show. It was so beautiful. Then we went to bed because we need to be up at 4:30am to catch our flight to San ...
... night of drinking, and headed down the street to the Downtown Grand Hotel. We didn't stay long, since we were all hungry and had made plans to meet one of Alx's friends (also named Alex) at Dupar's for breakfast. Dupar's is our staple on Freemont Street and is famous for their pancakes. Being the local boys however, we go there for the corned beef hash, eggs, and rice. Delicious! With breakfast sufficiently in our bellies, and the ...
... literally stops a few feet further on past the end of town. The road as it is looks like it might have done, way back then... Nothing is going to be able to drive down that piece of road, especially not our 30ft RV, so we turn around and find another road to follow. Back on the I40 for a while, then off on to the useable part of R66, we drive for a while through the Arizona landscape for a while before arriving in the very colourful and ...
... even empty drinks here. The rules are strictly enforced and it is disrespectful to the Indians who are the traditional custodians of the land not to obey the rules.
This is a spectacular place and is a compelling reminder of both the power and patience of nature. Although the jury is out on how the canyon was formed, logic dictates that the river must have over time carved it out. Millions of years have gone into the making of this place and the ...
... example, Canyonlands and Arches are less than a half mile apart in places and yet are completely different landscapes. This is because the Moab Fault which separates them saw the western side of the fault line (the Canyonlands side) lifted some 2500 ft above the eastern side, thereby tilting that side enough to see any water run-off to the Southwest, thereby creating the canyons. But not only did the uplift cause the water to run ...