Bluegreen Club 36
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBluegreen Club 36 Las Vegas
Good place to stay, off the strip but not to far, close to the MGM Grand
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... she didn’t appreciate having to follow us up the hill. She must have a death wish stopping short in front of a 34,000 lb. bus. After that off-putting start, we headed for the border. Because we have never taken Stella across the border we didn’t know what to expect from the U.S. border guards. They looked at our passports and asked a few questions then waved us through and wished us a good trip. Nice start to trip. Stella was thirsty so the first stop was at the Flying ...
After our mini fopar of signing up for cheaper show tickets we were obliged to attend the Timeshare presentation. This meant we had to get on a bus with a number of other suckers to a beautiful resort to dry hump us until we gave in and signed on the dotted line. We mused at the doe eyed Asian lady who couldn't really speak English and the frightened newlyweds clutching each other hands ever so tight. And then there was us. ...
Grand Canyon National Park - boy it's grand! Yet another place that looks like a postcard, doesn't feel real, and you can't take a photo of. As per usual we slept in until about 9:30, got going and hit the South Kabio?? Trail by about 11:30 after catching shuttle buses. Beautiful views the entire way, with a really nice graded walk. Essentially down ...
... and gondolas. The floors are again marble and flashy, with Renaissance style paintings covering the ceilings. In the area of the tel for shops and restaurants the hallway narrows and is designed with the look of waSo wking the narrow alley streets of Venice. They have also painted the ceiling to look exactly like the sky and it stays constaitly lit to make the area appear as if it's daytime. We found a lovely place to order a pizza and a ...
... was a great way to learn about our new family.
On the bus trip to Vegas, 'Creg' as we liked to call him, gave us our Contiki song which would be the first song played everyday on the bus. The song was 'All Night' by Icona Pop and everyone was excited to hear it!
As we drove through the harsh Mojave desert, we exited the non-gambling state of California for the gambling capital state of the world, Nevada.
As soon ...