Hampton Inn Las Vegas - Summerlin
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... absolutely adores him and nothing was going to stop her attending the lecture. She is like a steamroller but unfortunately persistence and even sneaking into the cordoned off backstage area did not allow her to realise her dream of shaking his hand and having a photo with him. It did however almost have her forcibly removed from the hotel!!!
Disappointed but considering other means of achieving her goal we met up with Hal and Amani ...
... shot and to watch the live broadcast they do from there with some of the cast and more totally inappropriate jokes. We headed back down the strip and collapsed into bed for a well-earned sleep. One thing we noticed in Vegas was the amount of people with small children out at all hours.
On our last day we caught the bus down to the outlet stores at the north end of the strip where we did a spot of shopping. We didn’t spend big as there wasn’t anything ...
... that I was making all the choices and was not letting the others have their say. At this point JB was very reassuring 'Just Go For It, it's only money'. So I booked us in to Circus Circus in Las Vegas, which I'll mention later and we headed out to do more 'Railfanning' This is the word the Americans use for Trainspotting. Now whether they call Trainspotters Railfannys I'm not sure but we had one in Evan so I thought it would be a good idea to try and catch a train outside town. ...
... Burger, and this turned out to be the best meal of our trip.
This restaurant was just about 10 minutes out of town and was featured on Diners, drive-ins and dives. When we arrived at the restaurant there was a 15 minute wait but since the show we had booked for the evening, David Copperfield, only started at 9.30pm we had plenty of time and decided to wait it out.
We both ordered the exact same thing, the Kiki burger which consisted of ...
... The Strip was developed with the help of Mob money as a playground for adult entertainment and for relieving people of as much money as possible. The whole place is like being in a parallel universe. You can see out, but for the few days you are there, the world recedes and as long as you have the strength of character to resist the many temptations to hand over money, you can take the best and leave the rest. It wasn’t difficult for us to resist ...