Hampton Inn Suites Las Vegas Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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The City of Sin is a bit more like the City of Soulless Commercialism. I really have no problems with gambling, as I find it an amusing distraction from the doldrums of life and one of the top crippling addictions. What I have a problem with is how Vegas feels like it is designed around accommodating a socioeconomic group that I am not a member of, specifically the wealthy or those pretending to be wealthy.
The demographics of those who go to Vegas appear to be ...
... most of the casinos felt the same. We stopped for a celebratory drink at the Bellagio cafe - beers for the boys (Col and Andy), cocktails for the ladies (Lou and Kate) and iced tea for the wimps (Anne and Chris)! By this time it was getting fairly late for lunch by American standards and so we strolled back to the hotel to find a spot for lunch. It's amazing how time just disappears in Vegas. Due to the sheer size of the hotels and the clever floor plans that are designed to keep ...
... the day and the bike was left there.
I was last and sat at the top of the hill petrified because it was straight down and on seeing Bradley roll it, I wasnt keen to go. The fear factor set in, but they yelled at me to go and I did. I made it just!!!
... medication and started treating herself with supplements. I'm happy to say that at this point, she is walking much better and is even starting to drive a bit.
But what she couldn't do any longer was live in the heat. We had just signed this long lease and now all signs were pointing to the fact that we had to come up with an exit strategy. At least our lives are never dull...
Around the time she was diagnosed, the other cataclysmic event occurred. I heard through ...
I’m the only member of my immediate family who hasn’t been to Vegas before, they all visited
in 2011, so the first real day involved a bit of exploring. This included The Venetian, which as the name suggests is a hotel and casino which is supposed to look like Venice. Apparently the similarity is so striking that upon visiting Venice earlier this year, my sister said “Wow, this looks just ...