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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Up early this morning for our helicopter landing tour of the Grand Canyon. Today's outfit:- Cotton cotton cotton - and closed in shoes and hat and sunglasses and sunscreen The food has not been cheap on this trip so far - which is a shame. Andy, my sister's husband confirmed that food was cheaper back East - like New York. The coffee in our room is not complimentary. The bar fridge is so full, you can't possibly put any supplies in it - and everything ...
Ok so before I go all Vegas on you. I thought I'd share a few little bits about America that we have discovered. Firstly.... Bangs!!! Nope not the noise that fireworks make. A bang here is a fringe apparently. This confused the hell out of me when I woman was taking about how she wasn't sure about whether she suited her bangs or not. Secondly. The price is NEVER the price in The USA. Whereas all our VAT is included in the price at home. Here it's not. The price on the shelves at ...
... a golden L-shaped sofa and a dining table looking out the window with a view of the Mirage volcano and the Strip. We couldn't have been happier! A week before we'd been sleeping in a tent on the Inca Trail... Before dinner, we decided to chance our luck on the slots. When you gamble in Vegas, you get free drinks, so there we were, sat at the penny (!) slots as the cocktail waitress brought over a couple of rum and cokes. After a while we headed up to the room, a few dollars down but ...
... Mile laced of course with toilet stops (never ending mission). Denise was looking for a bargain in the "beer with a twist" department and ran into a fellow Aussie who also wanted to quench his thirst. The beers were $3 each but only $5 for two...so Denise made the Aussie an offer he couldn't refuse (sorry Bill) and they split the bill. Saved a whopping 50 cents and Denise was in seventh heaven, living the dream, swigging on a BudLight with a twist ...
With long underwear, sweatshirts and coats for the windy 46 degree day , we headed to the desert to see Valley of Fire National Park (http://www.valley-of-fire.com) and the Hoover Dam. Valley of Fire was incredible. Red rock formations and mountains.., many you have seen in ads. I'd like to smack the Nevada Department of ...