SpringHill Suites Las Vegas Henderson
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... we went through. with very little stops, we finally made it to Vegas and met with our friend. We were welcomed once again to see the sights of the city and explore the Vegas Strip as much as we wanted. However, after the long ride through the desert we had only the energy to grab a bite to eat and then head to bed afterwards.
Now, Ible and I are currently still in Las Vegas. Today we had done some quick shopping for a few items of clothing that would ...
... and let out a squeal of excitement though. I’m definitely not one for the Vegas strip lifestyle, but there was just something about seeing these vast hotels stretching straight up into the sky that makes you marvel at the site drawn out before you. It’s the city that never sleeps, and I can confirm that truth, as I only slept for three hours.
Last year I came to Vegas for my 30th birthday to celebrate. I remember flying over the Grand Canyon and looking out ...
... silt as it exits the Canyon, but the vista and the magnitude of this work of nature is breathtaking. We fly over it for a bit, then land in the canyon and although we only get half an hour, we do have some time to wander a bit, take photos and even have some champagne and food. My camera gives up in disgust as it is hot and tired and decides it's had enough (that sucks, but at least got some photos). You are not allowed to leave anything in the canyon, take anything ...
... his business without a care in the world. Once the tents were down, it was a quick stop off for breakfast and then we hit the road.
Our first stop was an hour into the journey when we encountered some more adorable prairie dogs. We pulled off the road and there was a field full of the cute little critters scampering around. Some were sitting in their burrows, others were feeding on the grassy pitch in front of us, while three or four were sitting up in their ...
... roads of Oregon and pass through the Umatilla National Forest, which brought us through the mountains. I was not expecting to drive through mountain passes on this road trip so I therefore didn't think it necessary to put on winter tires, when in fact I probably should of because of course a freak snowstorm starts as soon as we started to climb. The detour ended up taking 4 extra hours and needless to say I was slightly stressed as the snow continued to fall and ...