Hampton Inn Las Vegas - Summerlin
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... Yosemite. As we went south and East these gave way to brush.
We had lunch at Jack in the box in Bishop. It was the last take away in town and all the other takeaways were on the other side of the road. Then continued down 395 towards Lone Pine and our turn off to the CA 190 to Death Valley. I got quite dozey on the relatively straight 4 lane Hwy 395 and was glad to get to Lone Pine for a break for petrol and a very large coffee.
We then turned ...
... The drive through Humbolt National Forest (if I'm remembering the name correctly...) made me wish we were in a sport car or on a motorcycle with Jeremy. http://www.americansouthwest.net/nevada /scenic_drives/us93.html We got to Vegas about 7 that evening and Emma was THRILLED to see a little playground near the pool below our deck. As soon as we had brought our stuff into the rooms, Kathy, Emma & I changed into swimsuits & went down to ...
I had been to Bryce Canyon once before with the family back in 2000. Back then all I remember was chasing squirrels and chipmunks. This time I definitely got an appreciation for the beauty of this place. Bryce is characterised by the colourful Hoodoos, which are the thin pointy things. As the sun descended for the day the hoodoos changed colour ever so slightly giving off a brilliant ...
So we really have not recovered at all from the time change. Paula and I have been up for hours before Starbucks opens. I managed to carry two of the hottest coffees up to our room without my structure fire gloves. We grabbed a cab to the airport and picked up our car. A 2013 Ford Mustang Convertible... V6. Being a former Mustang V8 owner that was hard pill to swallow. Truth be told the car drove well, and I would like to own one. The temperature was 70 F when we hit the ...
... and pushing each other into the water!
We also took the 20 min across the bay to Alcatraz for a day trip around the scary looking prison that dominated the 1930’s to 1960’s as the highest security prison for the worst criminals of those times. Had a really good tour around to get the feel of being an inmate, must have been so tough seeing the San Francisco skyline so close by and yet being stuck in the most awful cement block, no wonder they were tempted so ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services