Travelodge Las Vegas Airport North/Near The Strip
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... where the show will come out and wait for them. So I did, then when they come out they want to get their photos taken with the Legends. Leanne goes off to the toilet before we get our photo with "Steven Tyler". While I'm taking Margaret's photo with "Elvis" I see Steven leave. Leanne comes back, we have missed our chance.
I just want to go to bed but they make me stay around for 1 more drink.
Until next time, stay cool
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... We went for a walk round once we sorted ourselves out and boy was it hot - it's 40 degrees during the day and 25 at night so very warm!!! After relaxing some more we had a meal in our hotel and then went along the strip, which looks so different in the night!, to the fountains at the Bellagio. There was a little delay as the police were trying to get someone out of the lake before they could operate the fountains - it was a bit like watching the keystone cops trying ...