Owners Suites at Signature
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... was named in 1894, had its first hotel in 1906 and now has 1-1/2m people, but it certainly is in desert country and is very hot. We fly out to New York at 10.20 in the morning and will be with Paula that night.
... been deprived of a coffee for several days he actually queued at a Starbucks for 10 minutes to buy an espresso. Never happened before and may never happen again. It did the job.
We were very excited when we released our room overlooks The Strip and the Bellagio fountain. Great views both day and night in the city that never sleeps.
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... a film about the
construction of the dam, and then a guided tour of the power plant including one of the two rooms containing 9 huge generators. After our tour we walked across the top of the dam taking pictures and looking with admiration at the size of the dam and associated structures. Mead Lake that was created by the dam is also very impressive, although it is currently about
60 feet below full pool ...