Mt. Charleston Lodge
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... were included and other things weren't, no one quite knew what we were allowed or not with this . No space on the transport bus so we "uber"ed to the city, bad mistake. Loads of traffic and stuck in the car for an hour. Apparently big meeting in the un meant all roads were chaotic. If we would have known would have über,'d to the subway station instead and got train in. Arrived in New York wandered around Times Square and used up all my data allowance using maps within about ...
... wide and have widows rather than doors as doors were taxable - no closets or doors to different rooms. After Cyclone Katrina, with the expensive rebuilding, music was removed from school curriculums due to cost so a number of celebrities provided funding to establish a school of music, which was free of charge to all. It is nothing to have celebrities such as Eric Clapton take a class at this school, even if the students don't know who ...
... waiting on our flight to San Francisco. Finally flew out at 8.30pm. Nice flight not bumpy despite some people saying after the storms it was going to be a bit bumpy. Got into San Francisco at 9.45, Got the shuttle to the hotel & finally got to bed at 12.45, very ...
We left Boulder City on June 5th and headed to Las Vegas for three days. This town offered a green valley and desert spring waters for westward travelers in the 1800's and its Spanish name means "the meadows". In the early 1900's, construction camps were built here for railroad workers. In 1931 Nevada legalized casino gambling, reduced residency requirement for divorce to six weeks, and construction began on the ...
... the gruelling ascent. And it is gruelling. It take 2 hours to walk down and 4 hours to walk back up.
The views are worth every bit of the pain.
I know i will sleep good tonight.
Off to Page, Arizona to visit the famous Antelope Canyon. Its a 3 hour drive form Williams. Love driving my little Nissan as the fuel economy is a frugal 5 litres per 100ks, or 46mpg. So much cheaper to fill up than a bigger car. Anyway ...