Hilton Garden Inn Las Vegas/Henderson
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Outdoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
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We hit the "buffet sweet spot" today! 10:55am... Breakfast price for lunch food...which doesn't sound like a big deal, except it was at the Wynn. And that is a really big price jump! The buffet was excellent, but the one at Caesars can't be beat. Another road trip day. A short drive outside of town and we entered Red Rock Canyon preserve. It's a 13 mile loop through some beautiful mountains, but it's nothing ...
... my parlay had hit! Was it a change in the gambling winds perhaps? I said goodbye to Alx, Alex, and Dad, as they all flew in different directions to their respective homes, and I headed upstairs to relax. As I was walking to the elevator, the Vegas pull got me and I stopped by the sports book to collect my winnings from the afternoon parlay. The cashier asked if I wanted to play the Sunday night game, and luckily he did because I ...
... and mushrooms) Katelyn and I had the Route 66 Bacon Cheeseburger and Mikayla tried the Mac N Cheese Bacon Hot Dog. All came with delicious fries (crunchy) and a finger of pickle. The kids drinks were about thee same size they were....Liamm tired Vanilla Coke, Mikaylla hadd Sprrite and Katelyn had a Dr Pepper, no surprisess there ! (Katelyn LOVES Dr Pepper). Onwards from Kingman and a change of direction towards Las Vegas. Vegas is not on ...
... guess. About a thousand people do.
Back at the base. while waiting for our shuttle back we get talking to a guy from Wangaratta. He was originally a Pom, but has lived about 50 years in Australia. This is his trip of a lifetime and he has waited many years to be here. He has an obsession with the Grand Canyon and is spending 3 weeks in Arizona exploring the canyon in a range of different ways (the flight, hiking, going into it on donkeys). Funny the people ...
... been ocean floor, tropical jungle, swamp and Sahara type desert. Coastal sand dunes and desert sediments, as well as erosion debris buried the salt. Over time the debris was compressed into rock and became, in places, more than a mile thick. The enormous weight of this rock caused the salt, which behaves under pressure like a liquid, to start to flow, deep underground. This flow was, however, halted by a severe fault causing the ...