Texas Station Gambling Hall and Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... average daily temperature was about 42 degrees and the heat felt like nothing any of us had ever experienced. Imagine someone constantly training a hair dryer on you. The second complaint was the lack of umbrellas. By day four Dave had become so desperate for shade he left his social ineptness in the room (after a small pep talk from Neil and I) and went down early to claim both our towels and loungers complete with umbrella. Despite the heat and Dave declaring his legs don't ...
... catch up process on nearly three weeks of work that needed my attention. However, today I'm already dreaming of my next motorcycle adventure. After this trip I'm feeling even more compelled to traveling with a sidecar and taking a week or two trip with a dog (maybe Marty Pup before he's too old to travel - I really think he would love to travel!).
Next stop Charlotte ...
... Next, we headed over to the Bellagio to check out the conservatory, watch a fountain show and get a drink.
...and then we got into our room at MGM ...
... is blue and crystal clear, and we’ve driven through deserts where there is not a living thing to be seen for miles around and the mountains and savannah landscapes disappear into the distance, leaving nothing but a hot shimmering road in front of us, stretching for miles, miles and miles. Tumble weed has blown past, snow has been eaten up under the wheels of our 4x4 and we’ve been up and down (in terms of elevation) more times than our ears can pop and our water ...
... spouts of water shooting up. The volunteers made several sightings as we stood watching but I was growing frustrated as I failed to see anything. But then I saw a big spout of water shoot up from the sea and another. As the whales come up to breathe they usually spout about three times in quick succession before diving back down for another 5 minutes then resurfacing again. Not only did we see the spouts we could also see the backs of the whales rising to the surface ...