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... I would say everyone should experience Las Vegas in their lifetime .....It is Truly an undescribable experience on so many levels ,and I am loving it for all those reasons ...another experience tomorrow ! Trev xxx ....................................... ..................... Everything is not just big, its huge! Gambling tables, slot machines, bars, restaurants and people, lots and lots of people as far as you can see! And shops, lots of shops everywhere, but we are ...
... for the next 2 days and the kids are thrilled there is a pool here.
With Passport America it is costing $15.12 a night, bargain for full
hook up, Wi-Fi and pool. It's about 22 minutes to the strip so not in
the heart of the action but it's close enough and it's quiet here so
that's a bonus. The weather will have to improve for it to be warm
enough to use the pool but the kids have used ...
We stayed at a proper hostel about half way between the moneyed strip and the old fashioned downtown, in an area that several people had warned us was very rough but we found very quiet and never had a problem. Although we'd opted for a cheap dorm we were the only two in it and we got a free breakfast and met some nice staff who even let us watch their netflix!
Bizarrely, we arrived at this desert town in the pouring rain - an extremely rare occurrence ...
... to go camping with us, all she would have to do is get out of the car and sit while I took care of everything. As the evening wore on, and the level of Crown left in the bottle dropped, camping sounded like a better and better idea. Before long, a camping trip was planned, gear was acquired, and off we went to Mount Charleston for our first camping adventure. And like a pebble cascading down a slope, an avalanche of ...
The journey to San Diego was long and arduous. It involved returning to Los Angeles and then transferring onto another bus, which would take a total of ten hours. It was our second experience of the Greyhound, but on this occasion I was amazed at the seriousness of merely getting onto a bus. First and foremost we had to check in our bags, which I believed was only necessary on airplanes. This involved being herded into a line like cattle and waiting for a luggage tag. It ...