Travelodge Las Vegas Airport North/Near The Strip
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Thursday we went kayaking in the Pacific Ocean in San Diego and everyone had a really great time except for me. I got seasick! First hour or so I was fine and then, boom, i could barely move due to nausea. I managed to stay afloat (haha) till the end but barely and saw all the nice fish and animals and heard all the stories. We saw the little white house that Dr. Seuss lived in towards the end of his life and where he got the ...
... br> There's not much to tell. On Wednesday evening I went for a walk along the Strip, and afterwards went up the Stratosphere tower (to the 109th floor) for the view.
On Thursday I went to Madame Tussauds, and in the evening to Mamma Mia at the Tropicana. Tonight I'll be going to The Book of Mormon. And tomorrow I'll be flying back to New York, where I'll spend the last week of my vacation. Depending on what I'll do there I'll do maybe 2 or 3 more blogs.
... hot day as the sun burnt down on us. The canyon was so big and vast. It had so much more depth and layers to it then we had expected. The depth and distance was hard to work out due to the varied heights. We opted for the 2 mile walk from Mathers point alongside the canyon, along the way we took various classic jumping photos, along with the casual hanging off the cliff. The landscape of the canyon changed as we strolled towards Bright Angle point, from pure rock ...
... the world as we didn't quite get the result we'd have wished for; Nico Rosberg came first, Lewis was second and Daniel Ricciardo in third, so Nico retakes the championship lead from Lewis. After watching the race we're up and showered by seven-thirty and ready(ish) to hunt down some breakfast...!!! After having a look around the hotel's sizeable pool area we hit the sunshine on the crowded Strip... and it's hot out here already. We head south this time and after ...
... and eating, we headed out to explore the area, including the city of Panguitch, located 14 miles from the campground. Then we returned to camp through a rainstorm to nap through a chilly afternoon. Dinner was grilled chicken and baked potatoes (delayed by the discovery that the oven in our camper is USELESS!). The clouds cleared out, and the skies were crystal-clear. The temperatures also plummeted, and we saw lows in the upper ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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