Budget Suites of America - Las Vegas
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... looking at her behind and we teased that he did not notice until we pointed Neri's asset to him.
After all that, we felt hungry so we headed to Pho Saigon 8 on Spring Mountain Blvd. to eat some Vietnamese food. We had Vietnamese fresh and fried spring rolls and had our bowls of pho and bun. This was our version of a "light snack".
We drove to the M Resort at the far end of Las Vegas to watch ...
Friday morning Sue and I said our farewells it was quite sad to be leaving everyone as we had all such a laugh over the last 6 days but we had to continue our journey towards San Francisco. Vegas is a grown ups Disney World some of it beautiful some of it very tacky, you can go from one part where money to people seems to be like monopoly, where there is thousands being spent before your eyes.
Then there is the other side with people lazing ...
... meal. It was nice to all get dressed up and treat ourselves. We all had one last photo and said our goodbyes. It was weird to go our separate ways and felt strange it just being me and Hannah again. It felt like it was time to go back to the UK because everyone else was and seemed weird that we were carrying on. It was a good time to end our journey in America though as we had saved the best till last. For now it was time to adjust and get used to it being us two cracking on with ...
... death of Kings. Unsurprisingly the kids loved it! Me and Sinead actually did also. Great family entertainment.
We headed up to the room straight (after a few more games on Jurassic park at the fun dungeon!), the kids and Sinead went to bed and I decided that I couldn’t leave Vegas without at least trying my luck. I stopped in ‘Dick’s Last Resort’ bar where its’ famous for having the rudest bar tenders. I ...
... pretzel chicken sticks. All this was washed down with the usual refills of soda. Would have been a shame to forgo the restaurants namesake dessert, so we ordered up two large portions (strawberry and Oreo!) and dived in until full.
With darkness closing in, our objective was to catch a couple of the free evening shows before we left. First was the volcano eruption at the Mirage. Getting a front row view, we enjoyed the impressive (and hot!) fiery ...