BEST WESTERN PLUS Las Vegas West
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- Continental Breakfast
- Indoor pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... score an early check in, so we had to find things to occupy our time, and stay awake until we could get into the cabin. Drove down the chain of craters road, and explored the Volcano House. by mid afternoon we were getting pretty silly from lack of quality sleep. What you manage to get on the aircraft never counts as quality zzzzzz's.
... Route 66. A few 'ghost-like' towns along this stretch of the Mother Road.
1st stop was Seligman. Obviously a very popular tourist coach stop-off with the full-on Route 66 experience and memorabilia shops. Had some Japanese tourists wanting to have pictures with me and ...
... entertainment. Steve had an interesting meeting with a dominatrix. Once the show was over it was back on board and back to Planet Hollywood. It was a great 3 1/2 hours and every body had a blast. We all meet up in the Halo Bar at 11.00 to carry on. Elly took the opportunity to skip of to bed but every body else kept on going. I went to bed at 3.45 and the young ones stayed up until daylight. A great day that Steve really ...
Our penultimate day started with a 7.45am breakfast in the Holiday Inn (a lie in!) before an 8.30 departure for Vegas, via Zion Canyon.
As we were in Utah we were on mountain time (an hour later than Nevada, Arizona and California) so we had an additional hour in reserve, which seemed to confuse the clock on the car sat nav!
The hours drive from Kanab to Zion was one of the most spectacular we'd had. The landscape was incredible and on arriving ...
... we booked it or not. We do some research on Grand Canyon and Zion National Park as we’re going to go to them before spending my birthday in Las Vegas. I wanted to do the "Rim to River to Rim" at the Grand Canyon a day before my birthday.. it involves approximately 3 hours descent and 8hrs back up. I’ve heard of people doing it and it’d seriously be the largest hike we’ve ever done and the largest challenge I’ve ever done. However, after ...