Travel Blogs from Las Vegas
... bit. He is no sooner across the street when the HDPD eagles pounce on us. Yes I say eagles because they came out of nowhere.
Now we are waiting to be arrested for unknown reasons cause we followed the rules. Darren is escorted back to ‘his driver’ and Officer Bermuda shorts wants my DL, registration and insurance card.
Why you say? The dam is closed to pedestrians after dark and I was ...
... breeze. With crippled feet, Rach was barely covering much distance along the strip despite her efforts! A decision was made to catch the Deuce bus that rode down The Strip. With this thought in mind we did, we took a nice relaxing ride to the New York casino where we hopped out took some photos of the Statue of Liberty and Empire State Building. We then ventured inside for a game of table hockey to cool down in the air conditioning. We then walked along The Trip entering the ...
... for a great atmosphere- we were even dancing in the street (not Trev!). Day 2 was the day I hired Trev a Ferrari 458 Spider as his wedding present, and we hired Rob a Penske Mustang as a thank you. We headed out to the Hoover Dam in the scorching sunshine (it's a miracle we didn't get burnt as we had the roof down!). The walk along the top of the dam was fascinating, though incredibly hot! In the ...
The drone of the fan in the bathroom and the light which refused to go off died sometime in the early hours. Unmourned.
Waking at the Mardi Gras one has that sinking feeling about the inevitability of the breakfast, or rather lack of it. On walking into the breakfast room and paying my $7.50 (agreed, not a lot) I walked round and there was even less than usual.
A cup of iced water, a smidgen of dubious scramble... and maybe later a waffle?
Was that worth ...
... of us were blind folded and put it either of those hotels or ours we could tell you which one it is by the smell. Our hotel casino smells very much of smoke and it burns the eyes so we haven't gambled here yet. We are about $5 down after about an hour of gambling in total which is pretty good. We got our first drinks and it seems like every few min someone walked past asking us what we wanted. We also went on the roller coaster on top of New York New York. It was a bit ...
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed