La Quinta Inn & Suites Las Vegas RedRock/Summerlin
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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nicest/most updated LQ we've stayed in! Pool was nice and refreshing on a VERY HOT DAY.
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After a relatively leisurely start of the day, we continued south on 395 through Owen's Valley with the Eastern Sierra towering 10000ft above the valley floor. In an attempt to get a better look at the crest, we took a quick impromptu tour through the Manzanar national historic site which served as an internment "camp" during WWII. A bit further …
... coming back from the bar with an overpriced round to see Marie already sipping away on a glass of wine… definitely a
backpacker friendly way to get free drinks, so long as you can resist putting too much money in the machine.
After a hazy start the next day, and a delicious (!) 7Eleven breakfast, we spent the afternoon in one of the malls and then walked the strip to check out some more of the sights, and apart
from the big casinos, ...
... further 15 minute wait for Bobbi. By this time I was trying incredibly hard to not lose my cool. It's much easier travelling with Will than it is with these 3. We eventually got in a cab and headed over to the outlets. Our cab driver stopped on the way at the welcome to Las Vegas sign and we took some photos. It also started snowing while we were at the sign. Crazy weather. We got to ...
... disconcerting. After I'd had a cup of not very good coffe the rest drifted back. I went for a wander around the casino looking at some of the sights, which in Circus circus are not that pleasant. When I got back JB was not feeling at all well having tried the hotel coffee so we had to leave him as we headed for what we thought was our last meal in Las Vegas. As we faced an early start we just went back to the Peppermill.
... was wearing, but having not reserved she could not accommodate us with a table until 8.30pm, so we reserved our table and went for a mooch. As we were both ravenous and still light headed from the alcohol earlier, we had to settle our stomachs with starters at the beach cafe. I had chicken & veg soup, whilst Andy had a slice of Hawaiian pizza. We looked out of place in our refinery against those in beach wear & flipflops. Next on the agenda ...