Texas Station Gambling Hall and Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... can really appreciate the views. At that point you can grab the loops to steer the parachute. It is hard work though so Mauro had to help me pull the loops down. The spins are amazing! We then landed, which was all ok as well. All in all one of the best things I've done! I am definitely doing that again! We are now on the shuttle heading back to Vegas, I'm going to get changed, pick up the theatre tickets for tonight and go to the spa! Really looking forward to the rest of the ...
... as no one is around. Most people party until early morning, and so we enjoyed a sleep in. Once we finally emerged we went out in search of some breakfast/lunch and did some shopping for new shoes for the both of us. Ryan had walked his shoes off his feet and the shoes I bought in Poland were not fitting very well so we both upgraded. Next on our hit list for the day was to get an old time western photo. Ryan has been wanting to do this all ...
... many passengers they can take as we thought about taking one to another part of town in a few days’ time. When he said “We can only take 5 passenger’s mam” we all looked at each other with wide eyes trying not to laugh at this No.5 coincidence! Sue said she would be sure to tell Graham that the following morning!
As it turned out the Stratosphere idea turned out to be a bit of a disaster. ...
... when we could pull over on the 2 lane road… we would do that…. And allow the traffic to bypass us… at one stop we had 6-7 vehicles and at the other stop we had 3-4 vehicles backed up…
In all, we were gone maybe 8 hours… and got the job done… that’s what it’s about! What a HOOT!
Jim & Connie and Rowdy too!
... opening the windows to take in the scents and smells and to get some fresh air and we pass farmlands and fields and the next we are punching up the heat, sticking on the heated seats and steering wheel as we pass through frozen towns all pumping out smoke from tin shacks with twisted little chimneys.
We’ve camped all 10 nights bar one, normally we would start each day by punching in a rough location into the Satnav and then heading off, finding our camp site as ...