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... out a five dollar bill
I tried to explain to her that it was almost impossible to win with a single dollar and that I was a young man in Vegas for the first time of my life. She relented somewhat and even grew excited when I started winning small amounts. Eventually she allowed me a limit of $20. A huge amount compared to the rest of folk who sat around putting in hundreds. I had no intention of spending a lot of money but It was fortunate I didn't want to buy ...
... out the front shooing people away. Oops - not a good start. Unlike the other cars we didn't take a photo - I felt bad.
2. The park where Mike always takes his granddaughter - empty - no cruisers - took a photo
3. Saul's office - not really recognisable
4. The Meth Lab - TOTALLY recognisable!! only one other car and we had a little chat. Apparently the locals are generally amenable to the Breaking Bad tourists as long as you are not too nosy.
... the country (with my sister :D) and experiencing all the amazing sites each area has to offer and therefore I have not been able to blog until now. We are in Las Vegas at Nellis AFB for 10 days and are taking a few days off before we start exploring this area so hopefully I will catch-up on blogging about each area we visited since
leaving Albuquerque on October 12.
Our next stop, Navajo Nation’s Canyon De Chelly (Shay).
Happy to be back on the road!
... heavily on the whole 'historic route 66' thing, and it was certainly a touristy kind of place but it wasn't all t-shirt shops like it might have been. There were lots of cool buildings and shops owned by Native Americans; there were train tracks there with some old trains, a zip line for some reason, and several interesting restaurants and what not. The main thing that interested me was the old architecture, the hills above the town with the pines, and the cool small town vibe. ...
I am not a good Christian, not even a bad one, but I defy anyone not to be awed by the interior of the church building. The head piece (not sure that's the right term, but its my blog) is stunning, handpainted representations of saints, dominated by San Miguel (St Michael for the uneducated. It took me a few minutes to work it out too, so don't feel bad) has overlooked the altar for over 300 years. As I said, I am not religious but its hard not to be ...