Best Western Hospitality Lane
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... waitresses dressed in next to nothing. We made our way across the casino to the restaurant. Can you believe they charge 25 bucks for a five year old to drink one glass of milk? Haha, that's Vegas for you. :) I made sure that Jeff and Louie ate their weight in crab legs to make up for it. They did not fight me on this. After dinner we took a drive down the strip for fun. After dinner the kids took a swim in the fancy resort pool while Jeff and I got the campsite ready for beddy ...
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... out how to get to them. Jayden, on the other hand only seemed interested at looking at her own facial expressions on their screen – I think she might have even forgotten we were there. But when you are as good looking as the girls are, you can’t really blame them.
The fellas go for a swim and I attempt to finish yesterday’s blog with an unco-operative internet service. Grrrrrr.
Then we head out to the ...
... cut off from most of my main support systems for the last two years and a tumultuous 2010 surely put the remnants of that system to the test. Resurfacing on the other side at 2011 pushed me to reevaluate the core and understand what is most important in terms of faith, family and friends.
When I booked my trip to Europe last February, I knew that it would be a chance to escape the norm for a five weeks. At the heart of it, this ...