Travelodge Las Vegas Airport North/Near The Strip
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... also found a running long sleeve top which I had previously priced at home for $75 I go it for $30. I actually think Alec ended up buying more at this venture then I did. It was a lot of fun. We had a lot of laughs. Nothing like being overtired.
Our cab ride took about 10minutes to the Flamingo where we were staying. We drove up the strip. The first thing I noticed was that everything is large! And I mean massive! It is like ...
... all coming back into Vegas.
Drinks just outside our door at 6 with the remainder of the group and the remainder of everyone's drinks cabinets was fun, during which Jette my cousin rolled in having flown in from Amsterdam for the next leg of this trip, as Kate flies off to New Zealand tomorrow.
Supper at Firefly the tapas place was the order of the day, where many of the group had decided to go.
Part the first is almost at an end... bring on part the ...
... was a big boxing fight at the MGM and it was already so busy at 4pm. We finally asked someone who worked there where they were and they told us the lions were removed from the MGM 3 years ago. This broke our hearts. So off we went back to the hotel. You have got to love las vegas and people watching. The boxing fight has brought in a lot of funny characters thats for sure. We headed to dinner and were told the wait would be another 45 minutes after the boys had been told to wait ...
... 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 ...
... getting it for half price through the hostel and it was definitely worth the money. The guide was really good and told us lots of interesting things about San Francisco and the surrounding areas on the journey to the wineries. We went to 4 wineries and sampled around 25 different wines in the end, some of them were really tasty and we ended up buying a couple of bottles. We also found a fudge shop and got to sample lots of those, which again were that good that we had to buy ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility