Super 8 Las Vegas/Nellis AFB
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... hire car and headed to our hotel, Planet Hollywood. We were originally booked into Caesar's Palace but cancelled it because we were running out of money, so booked a cheaper hotel in the same location. We weren't disappointed with Planet Hollywood either, we had a massive bed with a luxurious big bathroom. It was so nice to have a bath again! We were also seeing Britney Spears while we were here and the show is in Planet Hollywood so it ...
... and our younger American Circus far out weigh the differences. I compare Cirque du Soleil and Ringling Brothers, Barnum and Bailey Circus. Both have extravagant costumes and sets, but have acts that defy gravity. You can find acrobatics, contortionists, high wire acts and magicians, and let's now forget the clowns.
Other than the avant garde flair of the cirque and the down home goofiness of our ...
... potatoes & tomato salsa. It was tasty and hit the spot where it was needed. Next we visited M&M world, with so much merchandising I nearly got suckered in to buying, but realistically it was so over priced I could have got 10 packs of m&ms for the price of a handful. Andy talked me out of the shop. We then passed a serenity bar, looking at the aqua massage machine looked funky. It was $25 for 25 minutes, we were tempted as it was a much better price for a ...
Day 4 of the trip saw us take the monorail from the MGM grand down to the southern end of the strip stopping at the Stratosphere tower. The monorail provided some excellent views of the strip and stopped off at all the major hotels along the way saving you the trouble of having to walk the entirety of the strip. I knew that the stratosphere was going to be big but it was only when you get to the bottom and stare up that your realise the sheer scale ...
... Red Rock Canyon.
The 2 hour drive was pretty boring besides the air force base we passed by which had a drone sitting on the runway. We reached just the northernmost point of Las Vegas and headed west for Red Rock Canyon. The scenery was beautiful, and we decided to hike the most difficult trail first… big mistake (an online blog had said it was one of the best trails). This trail, Turtlehead Peak, was listed as strenuous for its incline and rocky path and was 5 ...