Stay Suites of America
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... gondoliers sing!! So cute. We finally made it to the fashion show mall where we found Macy's, Louis Vuitton, coach, Kate Spade and a mobile phone shop. So we could get ourselves some SIM cards. After this we went to find a cab to get back to our hotel. When we joined the taxi line a man asked where we were going. We said Excalibur and he said I'll take you for $20. I said sure!! As we were driving ...
... that. Too much "buy this" and shops with gaudy signs. The uniqueness of the hotel-themed casinos has gotten overwhelmed lost. And sooooo many people on the ...
... in the forest or meandering through a flower lined meadow. People’s RV’s are super size, some even tow their 4x4’s and then a dune buggy or boat or even two, and make our monster Jeep look like a mini in comparison. Driving around lots of the countryside has revealed that most front yards have a couple of pick up trucks and 4x4’s plus an RV or two for the family summer, or winter holidays, and with countryside and space like this, it would be wonderful if ...
... outdoor 5.10a 'clean' (no falls/taking) it was actually a 5.9 dammit. Oh well I do have the REAL 10a almost clean just a stupid low crux that I have to try fresh again soon!), and having a blast, Dan getting on Yakk Crack a steep overhanging 5.11d which was super fun to watch. Then at the end of the day when nobody was around I was like get me on that 5.7 again I'm leading it hahah! It was literally only 4 bolts and about 45 feet long total, (called That Goode Dude Climb), but I ...
... and targets. The gun range was busy, and the sound of guns firing was really intimidating. I was so nervous when I out on my earmuffs and protective glasses and entered the range. Gerry instructed me how to properly and safely handle the gun, and before I knew it, I had my 9mm pointed at a target. I was shocked with the power that came out with each shot. The sound and the feel were startling and after each of my first few shots, I had to put ...