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... idea to tack it on to our trip, even though it doesn't really fit with the rest of it, with the Deep South and all.
In order to get the most of of Vegas I think you need to plan the visit. If you don't you could just end up spending the entire time walking up and down the strip, going in and out of massive casinos and feeling like another gormless tourist. I booked the Cirque de Soleil show 'O' for our first night, a night helicopter flight over the strip ...
... to bring their herds in and rail them off to get bigger dollars. We were impressed by the town, how clean it was and wide streets with trees. Later the same day we drove to Oatman, which is now classed as a cowboy town for the tourists. All wooden buildings and Burrows wandering the street. Oatman was founded in 1906 by Prospectors mining for gold. By 1931 they had produced over 1.8 million ounces. ...
... we are not competitive :) From there we went to the Grand Canyon. I would love to say the kids were amazed and this was a highlight but it was trumped by Bearizona the next morning or by the swim in the pool that night. I guess after all the canyons we have seen the grandness didn't sink in. So lets skip to Bearizona. It is this fun drive through wild life park. Bears, wolves, big horned sheep, buffalo, and mountain goats ...
The ride to Las Vegas was not very interesting. Had to first go through the mountains which was great but then it levelled out pretty much and was fairly flat. Extremely hot though - the ambient temperature guage on the bike tipped 120F. We thought we were all melting. We stayed at the iconic Flamingo hotel which was originally owned by Bugsy Siegal, a gangster from the early days. They're very good at making you spend money in ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center