Lido Palms Resort and Spa
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... br> We had a splendid time. And now, we're ready to ride again.
As I write this, Ray is heading west from Farragut, Tennessee, riding his 2012 Heritage Softail Classic. If you're wondering, yes, he's on a Harley – just like mine, but 11 years newer.
Ray is on a five-day, 1,933-mile journey to meet me in southern Nevada. His route includes overnight stops in Conway, Arkansas ("City of Colleges"); ...
... Parks go, but what it lacks in size it makes up for in splendour. Divided into 3 parts by the rivers, the centre part - between the arms of the Y - is known as The Island in The Sky and is the elevated part from where the best views are to be seen. Twelve hundred feet below the Mesa edge is the White Rim, an almost continuous ...
... even "snowed" in the auditorium a couple of times. The snow was some sort of bubbles but it looked like big fat snowflakes falling!
There is a church service right here at Sands but it is very traditional. We also tried another church down the road but Bob said it "smelled like old people". It was also a very old style of service and during the hymns a guy stood at the front and "conducted" ...
... dogs several times? Well, she did! Awe, come on, you really didn't think that she doesn't pull her weight around here, did you? She gets her work done then has fun!
This is the last entry for this blog. Home is only four hours away. This trip has really been fun and unlike our neighbors from Canada and the Northern U.S. we were here to vacation, not to escape freezing winter weather. As I write, the evening air is pleasantly warm. What a change from just a couple of days ago. Vaya con ...
... for all to enjoy. The sculptures include life sized replicas of prehistoric elephants elephants, giant tortoise, camels, saber toothed cats, tapirs, raptors and dinosaurs that were at one time indigenous to the area as well as farm workers, mountain sheep, a prospector and his mule. Our favorite- the serpent.
The serpent is awesome. Its about 350' long, its head facing the sun as if heading towards the mountains. It undulates in and out of the sand as ...