La Quinta Inn & Suites Las Vegas Tropicana
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... their garden. Bunting distributed some Amway lipstick for all of us. Neri had Canadian goodies, Ruth has Australian wine and I had Las Vegas shirts for the ladies to wear.
Our menu for the evening included rice wrapped in banana leaves, smoked baby back ribs that were barbequed, Tony grilled pampano, tilapia, bangus and talong. Sally took charge of the table setting, the mango and bagoong salad, ...
... it is certainly something you really have to see to appreciate the magnitude of it. The footpaths are filled with crowds of people hurrying in all directions. The majority of them have a drink in hand and are certainly in "party mode."
One of the most popular attractions that draws thousands of people each night is the dancing fountains at the Bellagio. During the night the fountains dance to music every fifteen ...
... We drove through the downtown section of Las Vegas which is about 2 miles from the strip. There are all sorts of smaller casinos and wedding chapels in that area. It is clear the strip had been developed later, on what was then the outskirts of Las Vegas, so they could go bigger and flashier. This older section is also the site of Freemont Street. Where, as our helicopter pilot said, "you can see anything, including things you wish you could forget." We ...
... beloved hat (used to mend the broken flip flop!).
After dinner it was time to hit the strip! The temperature felt like it had gone up significantly since the afternoon and the pavements were heaving. We caught the Mirage Hotel's volcano show and fought our way through the crowds up to the Bellagio Hotel to see their "world famous must see" fountain show; Time magazine has listed it as #1 attraction in Las Vegas. Unfortunately for us Friday evening at ...
... can see the sky line from quite a way away. We drove down into the city and had a short drive down the strip before heading to the hotel. I hadn't appreciated the size of the strip, or the hotels, the largest hotel has 6500 rooms! We drove to the hotel, which is a block off the strip so nice and close. We got there about 4.30, so I dropped stuff off and walked up to the strip with Marie. We had a look round Caesars palace and the Bellagio, they are very impressive, but ...