Sportsman's Royal Manor
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... you can get used to advertisements trying to sell you swarovski crystals, circus shows and high-end escorts. But returning was like rediscovering the city all over again. Vegas is made to be viewed at night, with the flashing neon lights, sound of slots machines and debauchery being cleansed by the harsh desert sun as soon as it rises.
On the route back into Vegas was Fry's Electronics, this is an electronics superstore that ...
... didn’t see anything exciting though. And saw a couple get married in one of those absolutely awful Vegas drive through wedding chapels, what a venue. Glad we got to see some of the famous sights and those wedding chapels, it’s crazy to think you can just go and get married like it means nothing for $35. That place is bonkers! We went to see ‘gone girl’ at the cinema as I had just finished reading the book and I had been keeping nath up-to ...
... a European (I thought) influence and that their shows all had some sort of theme or story. I was right about that much, but there is so much more to the Cirque du Soleil Performances and its history.
Mystere is one of the earliest creations of the Cirque company. There have been 33 different shows since the inception of "CduS" (my abbreviation), all with their own unique creative focus. ...
... Beach Campground is a well designed desert camping spot. The spots are spacious, with many pullthroughs and wide deep back-in spots. There are several tent-only spaces on the northern edge of the campground. A central building houses both flush restrooms and keycard accessed showers and laundry facilities. This campground has absolutely NO shade, and located as it is at the edge of the Colorado River south of Hoover Dam frequently sees daytime highs in the 115-120 degree ...
... and so on. Very easy.
Seen some absolutley wonderful scenery again, each bus drop off point has names with signage for length of walk and view point information.
The temperature was good and by 12:45 when we departed it was really getting hot here in this desert land. There are constant reminders to keep drinking water.
Our coach stopped in a Mormon town called St George for a brief stop. This is ...