La Quinta Inn & Suites Las Vegas Tropicana
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... day saw us with stomachs turning at the sight of a sky high pile of cream on chocolate milk which was their local specialty. Thankfully, they fulfilled our request for toast and coffee before we headed off for a shopping expedition at the outlet mall. Resisting the opportunity to do too much shopping, we headed back to the Bellagio to drop off our purchases before heading again to Fremont Street. A couple of beers and we were ready to go. The ride, ...
... you imagine for the actors who had to stay for everyone? Regardless, it was worth it to get Rene to sign our M.A.S.H. DVD, to get to chat briefly with Suzie and express my appreciation of her portrayal of Mrs. Ericson on HIMYM, and to get Hallie Todd to sign our Lizzie Maguire Movie DVD.
By the time we were done the only place left open for supper was the Sports Deli, but the pizza they made for us was really good! And they warmed up the giant chocolate chip cookie for dessert too ...
... travelblog before we set off downstairs, excited by the prospect of sushi, crab legs and prime rib after the recent rations of McDonalds. I am pleased to confirm that it did not disappoint!
For our first visit we were very sensible, tucking into salads, greens and all the healthy stuff that we’d been deprived of over the past few days. Once we’d got that out of the way however we got down to the serious business, partaking in quantities of sushi, ...
... to shoot at a stop sign! If there had been some other UFO wierdos there it might have been OK but with no phone signal and "civilisation" 20 miles up the road it seemed a bit risky. Reluctantly we pressed on but not sure where. There was a petrol station 60 miles down the road in Alamo so we headed for that.
We filled up and now with phone signal checked to see how far we were from tomorrow's destination, Las Vegas. Amazingly it was about 1 hour ...
... sparkling condition. Jim is the caretaker. He cleans them, maintains them, and loves them like his own. He gives us all a tour, talking about each one, where they found the car, how the engine was rebuilt, etc. Mac is loving it. Jim is so gracious to us all. We take about an hour looking at the cars, getting pictures, talking. At the end, we say our thanks, Jim gives us his card, and hands Mac the Book of Mormon.
This impromptu tour was such ...