Holiday Inn Express Hotel and Suites Las Vegas 215 Beltway
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... which can frequently be heard singing. The shops are lovely but quite expensive however. At night we had trouble negotiating this maze to find the hotel lifts so it really does resemble Venice in that regard.
At night we attending the Terry Fator show. He is a ventriloquist, singer and comedienne. His show was very entertaining and I would really recommend it if you are ever in this city.
Off to a steakhouse at the Bellagio for ...
... it. When I walked out of that display I noticed a sign to a tram. I quickly looked up where it went on my phone and saw it went directly to the aria hotel where I wanted to see the show! But I only had 15 minutes to get there. I thought I would give it a go, but when I was standing on the tram platform 10 minutes before the show was due to start I believed I would not make it in time. The tram stopped and I quickly walked into the ...
... headed to the Stratosphere where my friend was staying to catch up.
The stratosphere is at the north end of the strip and is a very tall skytower with an observation platform(great views) at the top, rides that go out over the edge, and you can do a sky jump(a controlled free fall face first)down the tower. Seeing my friend was staying there we got up to the observation deck for free (bonus!). It was a fabulous view up there and it was great to catch up with my friend. We ...
... of entertainers and battling our way through the homeless and sprukers. Vegas is really a crazy place, something on every corner, all day and all night long! We took the bus down to Fremont street, where the old town (cheaper part of town) was buzzing with activity. Kobi asked if he could go on the zip line so we agreed he could, I thought he was just going to sit on the ride which was really high but thought Steven could go on with him, so I planned to ...
... with all your nice new goodies and stuff the dirty laundry in the parcel. Now Customs might get a bit suspicious so put in a brief note of what you have done and why, it MAY help. Parcels are also good for putting things in that might cause problems at airports such as cartridge cases! Travel advice over.
Off we headed back through the red rocks to Sedona where we stopped for a few minutes. I can't say I like the town but the scenery round it is spectacular. I had a bit ...