La Quinta Inn Las Vegas Nellis
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... straight out and to the car hire place. The cute old man on the bus read my t-shirt which had a ‘Love Life’ slogan across it, and preceded to laugh at me and ask how my love life was and informed me that his wasn’t so great. If only he was 30 years younger!
Once at Alamo, the woman at the desk gave me the option of upgrading to a Chevrolet Camaro (the car I’d been banging on about for most of the journey and hoping we might somehow manage ...
... amazing! Vegas is just crazy. Lights everywhere and people just doing whatever they want. The one thing I hate is that everyone smokes everywhere. Inside the casino, the hotel, everywhere! It's pretty gross. Makes me appreciate new Zealand's strict laws about bar smoking! There is a bike convention on here at the moment and there are hundreds of push bike enthusiasts wandering around with their amazing bikes. I ...
... are starting to get pretty good at this.)
Ralph and Heather and some friends are in town so we arranged to meet them the next afternoon. We also arranged to a mobile RV detailing service to come out and give Stella a bath (she really needs one) on Friday.
We shopped at another Camping World store on the 25th that was about twenty miles down the road, where we could get a new screen door latch. I wanted to get remote tire pressure monitors but they had ...
... As you can imagine from other very touristy hotspots like the Goldcoast etc etc Vegas is full to the brim with hawkers trying to hand you something, neon lights, party drink bottles that are five feet tall, cheap souvenir shops and (sorry mum) naked girl shows (no we didn't partake this time round - not that I'd admit to it on here...). Lea and I both agreed that we'd come back to Vegas again one day (Jodie, start saving cause this is your type of city as well). There ...
... Valley is a truly magical place.
In the morning we began the relatively short 150 mile drive towards our next stop, the Grand Canyon. We arrived at the South Rim entrance and drive for around ten minutes before we could take our first look at the view. It's been said by much more articulate people than me that it's impossible to describe how you feel when you see the Grand Canyon for the first time, and I would agree with that. It's like looking down on a ...