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- Continental Breakfast
- Outdoor pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Heated pool
- Refrigerator in room
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We had a relatively small group - the last tour of the day starting at mid-day and ending at 6:00 pm. Part of the tour group was an extended family from Indonesia - nice people but they did tend to slow us down - resulting in us missing at least one attraction we were intended to see.
Anyway - had a great day ...
... was so damn beautiful and big and bright. It was also really, really hot! 42 degrees! We went walking down the strip but it was truly scorching so we (Sarah, Chris, Doug and I) went into a restaurant along the strip. We then went into the Caesars Palace Shopping mall... I have never seen such an incredible shopping centre! All of the fountains and statues and painted ceilings. After ...
... on by themselves at least 3x separate times during the night. The weirdest night sleep I’ve had in a long time and it turns out that camping is actually much more peaceful and I sleep a lot easier.
We head down to the lobby as they serve coffee and pastry for a light breakfast, however there is one pasty left (lucky I didn’t want any), and we load up on the coffee an take it back to our room. We shower, eat a ...
We left Japan on our first flight on the new double-decker Airbus 380 flown by Singapore airlines. It is always strange crossing the international date line, we left Japan at 1850 pm and arrived in LA at 11 am on the same day. No wonder the body clock is slightly adrift.
Arriving in LAX we grabbed our SUV and crashed in a cheapy motel for the night. The following morning we went back to one of ...
... of us (Not as pure as Michigan I now know).
We managed to find Providence Christian College and get all settled into our dorm room. It is a bit weird because it seems as though all the students live in the same dorm that 2 or 3 courtyards held within it, making it seem a bit confusing at first. We then went to Target to get some supplies for the room. First culture shock moment: Target had a parking garage for it ...