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... Las Vegas - the fancy edition
On our way to Canada, dropping off the car, we stayed for one night and one night only at the Bellagio. We even splashed out on a fountain view room. The show is much better from above. The television has a channel that plays the fountain music when it is on. Who knew water can be animated like this. They somehow give water personality even humour. Awesome! I also had ...
... opened in 1938, and prospered because it was the only gasoline, food and lodging stop for miles around this part of the eastern Mojave. Currently, the town of Amboy – including Roy's Motel and Cafe – is owned by Albert Okura, who paid $425,000 for it nearly 10 years ago, with the promise that he would gradually restore the town to a 1950s look. Okura is best known for founding the Juan Pollo (pronounced POY-yo) chicken restaurant ...
... to say the least, and most of the time was spent exploring the strip and various casinos like the Venecian, Flamingo, Hurrahs and the Bellagio. Day 2 we hit the Hard Rock Hotel, and had an afternoon of sipping piña coladas in the spa and swimming pool. When we saw the bottom of our drinks we left Hard Rock explored some other popular casinos, such as MGM grand which was absolutely ...
... the people dancing and having fun, we decided to leave.
The main strip is an entirely different place at night to what it is during the day. When the sun is up, the kids are out, families and couples and tour groups and the elderly all with their walking shoes and sun hats and big sunglasses and giant cameras and kid leashes (honestly, vegas is the only place in which we are both in full support of kid leashes). There's an air of awe, frivolity and fun. Which is all ...
Las Vegas, 13 - 15 April, by Ben I'd like to be able to write "what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas'' and leave it at that but it was pretty uneventful. Martin's a bit of a gambler and was all over the place whilst Amelia and I gravitated to the Alfred Hitchcock slot machine purely for the reason that we like murder mysteries. However, I was raring to play at one of the tables and tried my hand at *****. After having the rules explained to me, I was handed the ...
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