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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Vegas!!!! Let's get this party started... Feeling a bit better .. and I'm sure with a few drinks in me, this .. what ever it is will run for the hills! Jim and I meet downstairs and after the much needed Starbucks stop, we make a plan to go get the car and then stop at the airport on the way back and pick up Chels! ..
We, get to Jason's and as we drive up see that he is in the driveway still working on Jim's car! Lol it was bad.. very bad according ...
... on here and broke the machine then lost our 10$. A woman won over 8k. We have a few money days though. We thought it was time to head back and we hadn't realised how far we had walked and needed to stop for drinks. A couple of waters and drinks later we head through NYNY and stop outside an Irish bar. One drink turned into getting back after 3am. It was a brilliant night. First time we have heard ...
... around....our hotel room was incredible, too. We had spent 170$, the normal price of an average motel, and we've got a penthouse with two enormous bedrooms, two huge bathrooms, a kitchen with bar, a dining room, and at least 5 televisions!!! There are slot machines everywhere, even at the bars. But children are not allowed to get close to them, a good excuse that kept us away from the temptation of trying our ...
... across the fairly narrow lake and then headed up the mountains on the other side. There was a sign at the beginning of the ascent "To avoid overheating - turn off air conditioner for next 10 miles. We did and the car started to get hot inside as we climbed up the beautiful winding road. The temperature outside was 104F and about the same inside by the time we reached the summit and turned the aircon back on. We then started down again into another wider valley - ...
... into an ominous black van talking to the unseen driver I thought that this was the beginning of a real crime re-enactment. She would be grabbed, forced inside and the van would speed off. Instead it was the dude on bass a little hungover and quietly pleased of the groupies.
We weren't alone in our a serial killer fear/fantasy. Although it was the Tucson motel that was the best contender for serial-killer-scene-set it was in Flagstaff where we met a young ...