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Travel Blogs from Las Vegas
The drone of the fan in the bathroom and the light which refused to go off died sometime in the early hours. Unmourned.
Waking at the Mardi Gras one has that sinking feeling about the inevitability of the breakfast, or rather lack of it. On walking into the breakfast room and paying my $7.50 (agreed, not a lot) I walked round and there was even less than usual.
A cup of iced water, a smidgen of dubious scramble... and maybe later a waffle?
Was that worth ...
... which was admitted as the 31st state on Sept. 9, 1850. Before that, as Alta California, it was a remote northern province of the nation of Mexico. Nearly half of California is covered by forests. The center of the state is dominated by the Central Valley, a major agricultural area growing at least half the fresh fruit produced in the U.S., and also leading the country in vegetable production. California has the third-longest coastline ...
... After The Luxor we continued to walk the strip venturing in to each casino and taking in the individual spectacle they each had to offer. We also made sure to take advantage of the open container law, or lack there of, as we walked around. We watched the fountain show outside the Bellagio and got a late dinner at DJ’s Tacos, do not make a point of going there. After wandering for a few hours we sought out Casino Royale after getting ...
... our last night. Ran from the ravenous chasm that threatens to eat up everybody inside it, afraid that any further adventuring could lead to a longer stay. So we booked a bus (so foolish), and boarded it at 3 am, and started the long trek to Salt Lake City, Utah. Where we sit now, in the freezing cold, cursing whatever logic caused me to believe it would be any kind of warm.
Will keep you updated from chilly Utah, right up until the point i get frostbite on my fingers.
Hope all is ...
... yet. Imagine yourself in Centrpoint tower, outside, strapped to a ride that takes you speeding up the centre point then dropping down again! Ok, I was a bit shaky after that.... But then, this ride that tips you up over the side of the tower, looking directly down to the town? I screamed the town down - much to the boys amusement and embarrassment! We have photos of our expressions to share with you at a later date. One day to go in this HUGE ...
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Other places to stay in Las Vegas
The Strip and Vicinity, Las Vegas | 3 star hotelfrom $58
- Ballys a great deal
- Fantastic Hotel
- Totally great! Friendly staff, large, clean rooms, and a perfect location on the Strip.
The Strip and Vicinity, Las Vegas | 4 star hotelfrom $80
- We'll be back again and again
- Won't be back - ever!
- The good and the bad...
The Strip and Vicinity, Las Vegas | 4 star hotelfrom $86
- Had a Very Positive experience at Treasure Island
- We love it
- Loved Treasure Island
The Strip and Vicinity, Las Vegas | 1 star hotelfrom $36
- Decent place, awesome price
- Good Location
- Close to the strip, basic, clean, park by your door
The Strip, Las Vegas | 4 star hotelfrom $107
- A BIG thank you
- Threatens Westin's good name
- Not really "Maxim in disguise"
The Strip and Vicinity, Las Vegas | 3 star hotelfrom $58
- Expected more
- 'Second Home'
The Strip and Vicinity, Las Vegas | 5 star hotelfrom $137
- Don't stay there!
- Don't stay here
- Very Disappointed
The Strip, Las Vegas | 3 star hotelfrom $38
- Good Value
- IP is a great deal for the price!
- Great location - decent rates & service
The Strip and Vicinity, Las Vegas | 2 star hotelfrom $37
- The worst B.W.
- Decent hotel, good value for money!
Downtown/Fremont Street, Las Vegas | 4 star hotelfrom $55
- Never again!
- Let down
The Strip and Vicinity, Las Vegas | 3 star hotelfrom $35
- Stayed there
- It was great! But had some negatives.
- Hey -- It's a Fun Family Hotel
Enterprise, Las Vegas | 4 star hotelfrom $60
- Fabulous place - a winner A++++++++
- Don't go yet
- Overall Disappointed
The Strip and Vicinity, Las Vegas | 3 star hotelfrom $36
- "We're sorry, we're new"..... Phooey!
- Great place
- Recommend to all! Fun place!
The Strip and Vicinity, Las Vegas | 3 star hotelfrom $31
- Great Stay at the Riv!!
- Stay Somewhere Else
- Wonderful Service
The Strip and Vicinity, Las Vegas | 3 star hotelfrom $55
- Great Dealers and customer service
- Pleasantly impressed
- Great first experience of "Sin City"
The Strip and Vicinity, Las Vegas | 3 star hotelfrom $57
- I'll never stay anywhere else...
- Tuscany is GREAT for the price
- Unprofessional Staff
Paradise, Las Vegas | 4 star hotelfrom $97
- New Renaissance is Beautiful!
- A classy jewel - and quiet, too!
- Awesome Renaissance
The Strip, Las Vegas | 5 star hotelfrom $233
- Nice clean too professionalle
- Great details
- The Four Seasons Las Vegas was excellent!
The Strip and Vicinity, Las Vegas | 4 star hotelfrom $93
- 3 Words....Won-Der-Ful!!!
- What a wonderful resort!
- Parking garage is confusing and difficult to find elevator if parking in tower 1
The Strip, Las Vegas | 5 star hotelfrom $129
- Very noisy, quite a walk
- Gro▀artiges Hotel
- GREAT hotel
The Strip and Vicinity, Las Vegas | 5 star hotelfrom $178
- Wynn Stinks
- Wynn wins again
- Wait to Stay Here
The Strip and Vicinity, Las Vegas | 5 star hotelfrom $157
The Strip and Vicinity, Las Vegas | 4 star hotelfrom $115
- Perfect Location
- Still good, after all these years!
- Good Value!
The Strip, Las Vegas | 5 star hotelfrom $197
- Brand new, first guest in suites 11-722 and 26-702
- Simply amazing
The Strip and Vicinity, Las Vegas | 5 star hotelfrom $127
- Great Hotel, but these tips will help you have a better trip
- A Perfect Stay
- Fantastic place