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... sky and the shops have all been made to look like buildings, pretty cool. There was even a fake rainstorm every half hour, it wasn’t very good but it’s a nice little touch!
Next hotel down was MGM. We just took our time to wonder around this massive place and saw the Convention Centre where some of the biggest boxing matches take place. There were some lovely bars and restaurants around. They don’t have their lions there anymore, which I am thankful for, and they ...
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Swedish yogi and blogger Rachel Brathen appears upside down, sideways and practically inside out on her Insta account, which captures her powerful poses against exotic backdrops. Not only will her photos give you an Instagram followers irrepressible itch to travel, but you'll also want to grab that yoga mat that's been gathering dust in your closet.
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