Sterling Gardens Hotel
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... snow pea leaves in garlic sauce, a tofu dish requested by Gloria, house special soft noodles, and 2 most delicious crispy fried flounder. We learned that Linda and Roger liked spicy food, Ruth, Sally and Neri loved the flounder. Ruth hastily put her eating utensils aside and held on to her flounder fin and ate with relish.
Right after eating the sumptuous lunch, we talked about Sally cooking the well appreciated breakfast of corned beef with ...
... to be showing american football so i missed out. We all met for lunch then went to Davids rooftop swimming pool, had a few beers and a bottle of Jack Daniels a game of cards and a good laugh. When we left Davids at 10pm Sue and i walked to the Venetian, took us 50minutes but it was worth it, just like being in Venice which brought back some wonderful memories.
The next morning we went to David and Karens place, just relaxed and played cards. So ...
... Arch at Arches National Park. It was so hot and dry because now we really were in desert. Once we got to the top the view was brilliant. We chilled out at camp and had a nice hot nights sleep. It was nearly 40degrees But it was dry heat which is way better than humid for me. Canyonlands National Park Canyonlands was so impressive, it was like an orange dry desert with so much land just going on for miles. We went to dead horse point which was great. Thelma and Louise was ...
... hotel tonight and we have to be up at 4am to visit the Grand Canyon tomorrow, which on our itinerary should be day 6. We made use of our time and went to the top of the building believe it is 819 feet high, and watched the three different types of rides. Needless to say we did not do any of them! We then had a small flutter on the gaming machines and had a two for the price of one cocktail and went to ...
... to walk to the Luxor next door where we jumped on the monorail up to the Excalibur. On the recommendation of Jonathan's trusty California Road Trip book, we headed for the 'all-you-can-eat' restaurant.
Several large platefuls of eggs, bacon and pancakes plus juices and coffee later, we headed up to New York New York, home of the Roller Coaster which twists and turns its way around the hotel. So soon after breakfast, we decided to leave the roller ...