Hilton Garden Inn Las Vegas - Strip South
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... of Surfers Paradise.
Chilled out - watched some TV and caught up with video editing.
Went out to pick up my laundry in the afternoon. I believe it was the hottest day I have experienced to date - and being stuck in traffic with the bike idling, the heat coming off the motor was getting uncomfortably warm. When I stopped at the laundry there was smoke ...
... to get any body to help him drink it. The boys surfaced for a short time and they went to get tickets to David Copperfield. Mike organised tickets for the 4 of us to go to see The Circ De Sola O at the Bellargio at 7.00 pm tonight. It was also time to say good by to Andrew and Jo as they are the first ones heading home. The rest of the day was spent ...
... pizza slice from pin up pizza which was nice but very salty (like most American food). We walked up to the Mirage and on the way stopped and looked at the fountains which was beautiful in the evening. When we got to the mirage we had some time to kill waiting for the others so we decided that we would try and win enough money to fund the rest of our trip...unfortunately we only evened out( michael won $20 Jennie lost $20). We went to watch the cirque du soleil show based on ...
... an uneventful trip to Vegas and all of our luggage arrived with us.
We were lucky enough to get a Hyundai Sante Fe as our rental vehicle but it doesn't have a sunshade to open up to look at all the tall buildings - but it has air conditioning (so that is all that matters with the weather down here).
First things first - check into the hotel and get unpacked (done), next, get some food (Johnny Rockets - ...
... and it's a recreation of Bedrock City from the Flintstones. However, time has taken over this version of it [there's another in South Dakota] and it's seriously like a creepy ghost town on Route 66 or a post-atomic bomb settlement where there are little to no survivors... However, that's just a part of the charm, in my opinion. The buildings are falling apart, the paint is fading, it's practically abandoned, and I had to check it out before it disappears ...