Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham Henderson
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... show at the Bellagio - awesome. Gambling, pokies, gun shows, lingerie girls selling cocktails in the street,Disney stores, Las Vegas has it all. We saw the Blue Man group and Penn & Teller - worth every cent. Make sure you spend a day at "the old strip" as well. The Helicopter flights out to the Grand Canyon vary - make sure you book one that has the full glass bubble canopy and actually lands inside the Grand Canyon (beautiful photos). See the Grand Canyon = ...
... and watch the Cowboys vs. the Giants. Slowly, Alex & Alx made there way over to join me and before the games were done we decided to go eat an early supper at the Cal. Walking over to the Cal, in the first heat I had felt in a couple weeks, we watched the games closely. I had the Cowboys, Cardinals, and Chiefs covering, and Alx & Alx had different parlays working. Luckily, by the end of the afternoon and a delicious saimin at ...
... after a lovely stroll around town in the sunshine we jump back in the RV to drive towards Kingman, where we stop for lunch. Kingman is another historic Rote 66 towns. We jumped out of the RV to check out the old Power House, inside there is a Visitors Centre and a Route 66 museum, but as we were hungry we opted instead for crossing the road and having lunch at Mr D's Diner. Another great American lunch - Neville had the Bllue Moon burger ...
... in all his wisdom purchased with the vision that it would grow into a huge town. Why he thought that defies logic as none of the acre blocks have any view of Lake Mead and the development slopes uphill toward the lake so that there is no chance of anyone ever having a view. Crazy. It didn't take off (no surprises there) and you can now buy an acre block down there for $2300. Why anyone would want to live out there in the middle of the desert and nowhere though is ...
... of what would eventually become the USA with, nearby to the northeast, a 30,000 ft mountain range called the Uncompahgre Uplift. This basin was flooded some 29 times over millions of years by the adjacent seaway. Each time flooding was followed by evaporation until a salt layer some 5000 ft thick was deposited. Meanwhile erosion of the ancient Uncompahgre Uplift added layers of dark shale to the basin area. The area has, over the ...