Hilton Garden Inn Las Vegas/Henderson
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Hot tub
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... Landed at Vegas at 9:30pm, so excited once saw the glow of the strip from the window. saw the luxor light from landing and was like a child on christmas eve excited at trying to get out there. Waited impatiently at baggage collect then we were off. Makes such a difference flying domestic and no customs/immigration que at las which normally seems to keep you forever. loved that smell you get the first time you go outside in vegas, that warm dry air. Cab upto trump cost 26 ...
... br> Friday, Aran Islands, Inishmore (Inismor)
Saturday, The Cliffs of Moher, The Burren, County Clare to Killarney
Sunday, Killarney sights
Monday, Ring of Kerry
Tuesday, Blarney, Cashel to Kilkenny
Wednesday, Kilkenny sights
Thursday, Return to Dublin via National Stud Farm
Friday, Depart for U.S., Arrive Las Vegas
... lens and snap a couple of pictures before they moved away.
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... but they used a swimming pool and divers to push it to the limit. The swimming pool that the divers jumped and dived into had a floor which they can alter to different heights, and which made for a truly original show. We loved every minute of it.
Straight to bed after that - Ben fell asleep in the last 5 minutes and the rest of us were shattered.
... most of the time watching the mad sports fans scream at the TV over an ice hockey game. Very entertaining! Lombard Street was really interesting, if crammed with mad tourists further blocking an already hard-to-navigate street.
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