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... all prepared. Unfortunately
Celine Dion was only singing next week, or should I say luckily, as tickets
where from 110 to 150 USD……..
After dark Las Vegas comes alive,
the people on the pavement are shoulder to shoulder, The Water show in front of
the Bellagio was fantastic and it comes on every 30 minutes. There is also another
water show at the Mirage with an erupting volcano with flames going sky high
and the heat coming right ...
... marine base as well. On the road again we were and in the home stretch to Vegas. Getting into Luxor was pretty uneventful and I was excited to see the boys' faces when they took in the big pyramid for the first time. Max and Seamus were total champs at pulling their luggage but I usually ended up with both backpacks on top of all my stuff. We foraged into the Luxor and the mouths fell open with the sights and smells ...
... shuttle back to Planet Hollywood (signers up got a limo ride) but it didn't show so we walked a block along the strip - now that's an experience even at midday.
Lunch at 3pm at Panda Express in the Miracle Mile near the Casino - nice fresh Asian food. Marie went back to the room while I walked a block down the strip to Paris Casino to pick up Jersey Boys tickets. Took lots of photos of the strip. Then went back to the room to write some blog and have ...
... for my stupidity at not following my own ideas when I knew I was right; one "F" for the time factor, as we had to get the car back and get to the airport by 6pm and this was now looking dodgy; and one "F" for the fuel issue.... as once again we had run it down to way past the FILL UP NOW signs which was fine if we had gone straight to the airport, but this wayward route was stretching things a bit...
I don't often lose it, but I admit I did for a ...
... miles northeast of Essex, the remains of Camp Essex Army Airfield are still visible. This uniquely configured airfield has two parallel runways and twelve "hardstands," where aircraft could be parked. In the 1940s, Camp Essex was part of the Desert Training Center, a series of facilities established in the Mojave Desert to train Army and Army Air Corps units to live and fight in the desert. From Essex, I cross I-40, and turn north on US-95, ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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