The Mansion at MGM Grand
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We've picked up the car, gone to Walmart and bought all our camping gear. $150 for tent, chairs and sleeping gear. Not bad. Oh, and bought a handful of slim Jims, they're a little like a skinny kabana stick, handy for a snack on the journey. Heading out on the interstate 15 heading to Zion National Park and there must be a wreck up ahead. Traffic is bumper to bumper and we are diverted to aback road into St George. Wow, ...
... it lost hub caps for the 2nd time but thankfully our friend found them for us cuz I broke down, sick to death of wanting this thing to work out for us. Not even the trip at that point - just to have it DONE. The last Thursday there we were scheduled, booked, and paid for, to leave for Palm Springs for the annual Corvair Fan Belt Toss Rally with a fellow whale (Thanks Chuck - you were wonderful.) Hey, but you'll never guess!! We never got to go.
Walked back to BurGR restaurant and only queued for a few minutes at 2pm. We shared some hummus with flat-bread and various vegie sticks. Really nice. Marie had Fish sandwich I had Chantharelle burger - couldn't taste mushroom and meat was bland. I had a really nice Washington state Cabernet and Marie had a skinny screw cocktail. $85 inc tip. We souvenired a menu for Joel. When we left about 3 the ...
... Hills was a good place to photograph Mt Whitney, so we took an side trip towards Whitney Portal.
The landscape of the Alabama Hills consists of countless potato-shaped boulders all standing on end. I can't say that I've seen anything quite like it. Evidently, there are numerous arches there as well, but it would be like finding a needle in a haystack since we had no idea where to find them. I knew that ...
... show where the fountains dance to music, so impressive as the water blasts out of the lake. Liz was in owe at how each hotel seemed like a casino, shopping centre, theatre, hotel, theme park/aquarium, all in one. The whole strip reminded us of a giant playground for adults. Liz described it as being like childrens toy castles and palaces placed on one road with bright lights. It was what we had expected and more. Harley Davidson motorbike crashing out of the ...
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