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... wife. Poor couple if that’s true! We advised him that probably wouldn’t go down to well with the bride and groom, but everyone else would laugh.
We took a little walk around the area, admiring the horses and even watching a little magic show. The magician was doing the same tricks we had seen before a couple of times with the three ropes that become one, and I still can’t figure it out! I think I am just going to believe it’s really magic and stop ...
... Las Vegas.
Walking the strip - I think my favourite thing about Las Vegas above everything else is simply walking around, particularly at night. The lights, scyscrapers, luxury of the casinos, the carpets, the chandeliers, the gold, the size, the gardens - you name it Vegas has it! You will see so many characters as well! If you go to Vegas - walk around!
Free shows - Having been to Vegas twice now - I think the free shows maybe even better than the ones you pay ...
Another huge sleep..didn't wake until 12.15 pm thanks to a wake up call from mum. We were so disoriented by the time - couldn't believe we slept in so late. Black out drapes definitely worked. Lucky we were in Vegas, which basically sleeps all day/awake all night anyway. So we got up & ready quickly (yes, even for me). Finally got a cheap prepaid cell organised for mum & dad, which was a relief for both parties I think! 3:00 pm by ...
... Vegas tourists would hear of or visit, so it was really exciting for us. It was like seeing the local secret.
Red Rock Canyon is about 17 miles out of Vegas, and it was a really nice drive. It's surprising how quickly the city turns back into desert.
Red Rock Canyon are a beautiful range of mountains with a red rock face. The way that the rock has set over thousands of years has given it the distinctive red colour. The mountains all had two ...
... office and spent a half-hour chatting with co-workers before heading out. The chatter went on for close to two hours before Jean had to get to an appointment.
Remembrance Day turned frigid but sunny with the temperatures dropping below zero and the wind whistling since the wee hours of the morning. We took the precaution of leaving the thermostats higher than usual because when the heat is on warm air also blows into the storage bays. We also left a tap running slowly ...