Texas Station Gambling Hall and Hotel
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... groggily wandering through a few casinos and wondering, "Wait, have we been to this one before? No, it has different carpet", we found a few unoccupied lounge chairs at the Tropicana pool and read the newspaper under a palm tree.
We were both ready for something different by the time we met up with Jason at one of the restaurants he manages in the Venetian, and he spent the next 24 hours showing us a different side of Las Vegas.
... also looked around Granville Island, a funky market island. That night (Sa***************ed back to the USA where Liz, a little too comfortable with KM’s started wondering why she was being overtaken when doing 25…ohhhh were back to miles…! We headed straight to Audrey and Rex’s yay! Home sweet home. It was so nice to get back there and have our own bedroom. We spent 2 nights with Audrey. On Sunday we went to church then went for a hike ...
... the box office and have a wonder before the show. After smarting ourselves up a bit we headed off to the bus stop. Such a shame the traffic was bad tonight as it took almost an hour to get half way down the strip, and we were concerned about having time for dinner as we still had to pick up the tickets from NewYork NewYork. Thankfully there wasn't too much of a wait in Rainforest Cafe, it is very well themed, probably the best of the ones I have been in. The food was ...
... zu viel gegessen ;-) Auf dem Weg aus dem Restaurant kommen wir an einem Giftshop vorbei und erinnern uns daran, dass wir eigentlich noch gebrauchte Spielkarten mitbringen wollten. Die aus dem Excalibur sind schnell gekauft, aber eigentlich reizt uns noch das Bellagio. Wir sind zwar sehr müde, aber wir machen uns wieder auf zum Strip - nur schnell mal rüberlaufen, ist ja nicht weit. Im Bellagio angekommen wollen wir eigentlich auch ...
... Aria for Sunday and Monday night. Ahh Aria...white marble floors, high ceilings, air-conditioned rooms, palm fringed pool bars, beds as soft as clouds, views over vegas. We were in heaven!
To kill time between check-out of Circus Circus and check-in at Aria we drove out to Lake Mead and Hoover Dam. What an amazing sight it was to see the lake rise out of the desert. It was like a giant mirage. And Hoover Dam - what an amazing piece of human ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking