La Quinta Inn & Suites Las Vegas Tropicana
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... was Cirque Du Soleil The Beatles. It was absolutely wonderful. Unfortunately we were not allowed to take photos. I have never seen anything so good. We had fantastic seats looking right at the stage with no one in front of us so we saw everything. The creativity that went into that was unbelievable and the talent awesome, the acrobats amazing and we are so glad we had the opportunity to see it. A good ending to a good ...
... reunion. How I didn't knock them both to the floor I don’t know!
It’s been a long 9 months as far as seeing my family has been concerned, so it took a while to really believe they were there in front of me, physically there to be able to hug whenever I wanted and was nothing short of magical!
Before we knew it, we were all up in their room with welcome drinks in hand (courtesy of Dad ...
But we had a nice wander around the streets and enjoyed the dancing Bellagio Fountain. Found a relatively quite place for dinner together and our hotel was comfortable and surprising quiet in the rooms!
... strenuous treks. Actually, all the hikes involve a certain amount of effort, as you have to scramble over rocks on even the shortest hikes. Unfit or undexterous people should beware. Be sure to wear good shoes, as the rocks can be slippery. You must have a map; you won’t get lost forever (there usually are other hikers around to help you ...
... kick the seats in front of him and produced some classic phrases in a broad American accent. One of these phrases (which unfortunately escapes me) caused me to lose myself and utter a short laugh. This innocent burst of uncontrollable laughter was unfortunately my downfall, as an African American couple at the front of the bus gazed upon me scornfully and spoke loudly for all to here.
'He shouldn't be laughing' bellowed the women
I looked around ...