La Quinta Inn & Suites Las Vegas Tropicana
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... of feet within minutes. For the record we peaked at 9000 feet. As we neared our motel, a final stop at Mono Lake was made, which had vastly larger quantities from the misleading Mirror Lake. Satisfied with this, we settled down for the evening with a Mexican dinner and terrible film.
After an action packed two days, there was no time for rest as Monday 21st July was to bring our car's biggest challenge yet. The three of us (yes the car counts as ...
... clothes we bought at the outlet store - phew seems to be all good. While packing I realised I'd left the car phone holder in the rental car from yesterday and seeing how it's not a regular phone holder I thought I'd better see if I could get it back. Turns out the vehicle hadn't been rented today, so they checked in the car and it was still there. Problem was we were at the bottom end of the strip checking out The Luxor for Alex and Steph when they come to Vegas ...
... Carolina but who currently live in Spain, and he's a teacher of music and she's an English teacher, but is actually Japanese. We had a lovely hour or so with them sitting at a bar in that section of Planet Hollywood mall where there's a dome ceiling like the sky, and all the buildings look like they're from Venice or somewhere and every so often they have a fake thunderstorm. Then we also chatted to a nice English guy who lives in ...
... coaster coming out of it ! There hotel looked like New York with the buildings and the Statue of Liberty outside the front . We walked past MGM and down the strip we could see , treasure island, Caesars palace and Paris to name a few . We looked into a helicopter flight over the Grand Canyon but unfortunately all today's flight were cancelled as the airspace was closed due to a presidential visit so they were all fully booked . Eventually we booked ...
... terminal and, yes, in a gift shop with the pre flight photos lined up for us to choose. What the heck, with a "never mind the expense, give the cat another canary" attitude (sorry kids, when it's gone it's gone) we shelved out the 20 bucks for the picture and, of course, bought the fridge magnet. Back on the strip we headed back to Bally's to freshen up and get some theatre tickets for a show this evening. So much choice, but we decided to go to the ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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