Lake Las Vegas Resort Vacation
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... starting to rain so got taxi back from there. Couldn't get over the fountains on a different note, used to be my favourite attraction but now just too crowded, full of parents with their children on shoulders (this was at night time too all upset and half asleep) and people taking videos of it on their phone. It was really annoying me, they are all on youtube so why take a poor quality video on your phone! i think we were the only people in our section actually watching the ...
... Red Rock Canyon before we leave. In Utah, we will be out of the desert for a while and back into the mountains and a little more comfortable temperatures. Unfortunately, there are not a lot of secondary roads heading out of Las Vegas into Utah, so we will have about 125 miles on I-15. That's probably our longest stretch on an interstate so far.
49.7 miles today
13,520.5 miles total
4.399 gallons today
326.680 gallons total
... the 5.15am wake-up. We spent the rest of the afternoon by the pool at the MGM which was nice and relaxing. Keen to quench his burger cravings (it had been a day since his last!) Bernard's selection for dinner was Gordon Ramsey's restaurant 'Burgr'. Located at Planet Hollywood, the restaurant is hugely popular - as evidenced by the half hour wait to be seated and then a further half hour for our order to come. Luckily the food was pretty amazing and definitely worth the ...
... other. We also ran into the soon to be in- laws of my walking buddy .Small world. We finally arrived in Las Vegas about 5:30 (2 1/2 hrs late). Focus on the Family had people waiting for us at the luggage carousel which helped a lot. After checking in, we had a quick buffet dinner around the pool & also met the rest of our fellow rafters doing ice breaker games. Jon, our guide, who has a Masters in Theology got us all revved up for ...
... than choice, and where we can we stock up our cooler box and try and cook something fresh where we camp each night. One thing America needs more than yet another fast food chain is a lesson or two in diet and more accessibility to some of the wonderful produce which is grown locally, and that we’ve seen as we’ve been driving around. One beautiful spring day as we drove through fruit country in California we ate the sweetest, juiciest strawberries we could imagine, ...