Hampton Inn Las Vegas / North Speedway
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Really pleased with this hotel. Good size room, really clean and tidy, welcoming front desk staff, business centre to print boarding passes, free coffee and cookies, free Wi-Fi. Staying just one night but would certainly stay here again.
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So here we are in Las Vegas. We woke to torrential rain in Tropic, Utah this morning. Looks like our decision to visit Bryce Canyon last night was a good thing. With heavy rain and low cloud we would have got really wet and wouldn't have managed to get any decent photos. Likewise the decision to skip Zion National Park. We'll save Zion for another …
Ok not much to report today. Got up around 9 & went to the buffet and had Cereal & a selection of cooked breakfast . Incredible selection and pretty reasonable price too $20.00 per person. It was amazing to see what everyone ate at that time of the day, pizza, chips Indian curry's , and also desserts yep As I say amazing. After that we caught a taxi to ...
... and Pyramid, Excalibur's fairy-tale castle, The Stratosphere's ridiculously tall tower dominating the northern end of the strip. We paid a visit to the lobbies of several famous hotels, admiring the workmanship of Caesar's Palace faux Roman interior and Planet Hollywood's homage to the film industry. Street performers busking, provocatively dressed women and men soliciting photo opportunities (and who knows what else?) music blaring ...
... was able to finish it! American portion sizes really are mental!
We took our 2nd Strawberry daiquiris to go and walked up and down the strip. We we're stopped by about 50 club promoters all trying to get us to go to their clubs (and strip ...
... a tour to the Grand Canyon. We also booked our car for the next stage of our trip.
After finally sorting all that lot out (which took a considerable number of hours) we were able to finally leave the hotel for some fresh air and walk down the Strip - where it's all going on. It's a place of contradictions, with ...