Stardust Resort & Casino
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From the moment we walked off the plane and saw poker machines in the airport and big, bright signs welcoming us, we knew we were in Las Vegas. It was arguably the most anticipated stop on our whole trip as it was the last and it certainly didn't disappoint.
Even though Las Vegas is an adult's playground, there was still many things that we could do as a family. We spent many hours just walking down ...
... we reserve a car online there and then, which we did. That helped a little with the price, but it was still expensive. It was a necessary expense, however, as other methods of getting around to where we wanted to go were impractical or would be even more expensive in the long run. So, we sucked it up, and hired a car! We asked for the cheapest possible car, but were for whatever reason given a mid-range (read: large) Nissan Sentra. Driving was all new ...
... City, and everything revolves around it. It is lined by names you have heard many times - Caeser's Palace, the Luxor, the Flamingo. But the Strip is deceiving - whilst everything looks close by, you could take a couple of hours walking it and spotting which stars are performing where - Elton John, Maria Carey, Barry Manilow. There are also casinos everywhere and some 'tasteful' go-go venues spending lots of money to give ...
... meant a full body strip search as punishment for the banter, although on reflection they'd have probably enjoyed that. A full hour had passed when suddenly there was an announcement over the airport tannoy, "Would passenger David Mison please get to a phone and dial 0 immediately". I just laughed, mostly at my own stupidity for having confidence in a pair of cretins (although I must point out Neil was blameless in all of this) but also at the thought of Gill hearing the message ...
First thing we dropped Winnie into Apollo RV. After 10 days and 2600 miles, a full inspection looking for any scratch, dent, scuff ( the 200,000 dead bugs smeared all over must have helped) we passed inspection and retrieved our security deposit. Woohoo! We caught a taxi to Downtown, and checked into the Golden Nugget. A real bed and real pillows! Bliss. The hotel pool incorporates a giant shark tank, and the waterslide is clear walled and ...
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