BEST WESTERN PLUS North Las Vegas Inn & Suites
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... indoor Gondoliers taking you on a canal ride through an indoor shopping mall, a bell tower, an indoor piazza and indoor sky the changes colour through the day. So bizarre you look at it all and your mind almost tells you this is Europe, but your head knows you are really in the middle of the Nevada desert.
Caesars Palace - Ancient Rome is back, with shows by Celene Dion every night in the Collassuem.. Say no more! This hotels is so big it feels like you are in ...
... staff we managed to get onto the flight (after a run to the gate) the flight to Las Vegas was enjoyable however, as no sooner had we taken off was we making our decent into LVS with stunning breathtaking views of the Las Vegas skyline at night.
Our hire car, a red Mustang Convertible, (well, when in America...) sounded as good as it looked as we roared through the strip we again drank ...
... for breakfast. Driving in the morning sunshine with the top down and the tunes on loud was the most incredible experience, the 2 hour drive to the diner went by in a flash and I can't put into words how big this place is... Let just say it's big, bigger than anything I've ever seen, the movies don't do it justice. Peggy Sues was really cool, a proper 'authentic' 50's roadside diner with booths and all. Had ...
SO DAMNED HOT!!!
Stayed at an Elks RV park last evening in Bishop, CA. Not much in the way of amenities; just a place to park and sleep, but it did have water. Bishop was over 90 degrees but it cooled off nicely after midnight. The heat in Bishop caused me to reassess my plan to travel to Death Valley. The temps in DV were 110+. No way did I want to drive through that heat.
Decided it was time to head for Zion and ...
... Meade, flying over a vast amount of mountains which looked like lemon meringue pie from the sky and the Hoover Dam. We then landed in the bottom of the Grand Canyon and looked up at the canyon walls with wonder. This was then topped off by a bottle of champas, croissant, muffin and fruit. This area is part of the Walapai Indian nation and a permit is needed to land here. Back onto the chopper and fly over the Strip. High roller: ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center