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... set up like an old showroom from the 70's with a series of half circle tables for about 500 people. I was in the second row centre stage and had the best view of Marie when she first appeared on stage with her dancers. Marie performed a couple of numbers and talked with the audience before changing places with Donny. After they both did their sets they came back and performed together for the last third of the show. Try we're even better than I imagined ...
The dam is considered a National Historic Landmark and one of America’s Seven Modern Civil Engineering Wonders. Lake Mead is America’s largest man made reservoir and it can store nearly two years of the river’s average annual flow. Hoover Dam generates more than 4 billion kilowatt hours a year. This is enough to serve 1.3 million people. 56 percent of the power goes to California and 25 percent ...
well we got up at 4.45 am and met up with Julie at 5.30. Alister, Carol and Julie were heading off on a helicopter flight over Vegas, Hoover Dam and the Grand Canyon. We got picked up by a limo to Sundance helicopter tours. Left about 7am. ..went over Hoover Dam, Lake Mead and then over Grand Canyon..where we landed ..and had a champagne breakfast...took heaps of photos. Looking at ...
Weds Today we decided to head down the strip and show Harrison what some of the hotels have to offer. We got up early due to the very loud air conditioning unit and headed down to breakfast. The breakfast offer of the day was French toast and sausages. I really enjoyed this with the maple syrup and even Harrison went back for seconds! After breakfast we headed to the MGM to have a wander round our previous hotel. We found a number of new shops, including a ...
... packed with groups of people drinking and chatting in the pool. We got chatting to two girls who loved the English accent. Harry Potter accents ensued; one even kidnapped O’Malley and took him under the waterfall to soak his hair, pretty funny.
With them we met some guys from Chicago who we told we were driving to their city. They were impressed and said how much they wouldn’t want to drive. Once we explained the 66 trip they ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility