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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... From 85k away we could see the magical glow of the Vegas lights. Finally we are back in Vegas! Yahhhhh!!!!! We self parked the car (easier said than done!) and wandered through Caesars before booking in for a few nights. We got a great room overlooking the strip and the Bellagio fountains! After getting into the room at close to midnight, I crashed but Tom decided to go to the Flamingo for their 12:30am tournament! He came 4th, returning at 2am and vowing never to return to the ...
... cells as the years pass! A multitude of fruit sweets kept the sugar levels boosted until we eventually reached Moab, A drivers nightmare of traffic lights, pedestrian crossings , side roads and advertising signs making the Red Stone Motel's location a tricky find but successfully achieved after a left turn across traffic. Enough driving for the day so we walked to supper at Pasta Jays where we shared a very good lasagne before retiring to our motel room. Another fun filled ...
... aspen trees with little towns nestled in. It was gorgeous and of course none more gorgeous than in Vail. Being so famous as the ski resort of the uber wealthy we had to stop for lunch. We thought Ketchum in Sun Valley Idaho was upscale - this place was on another level altogether. Parking for just over one hour = $17. Two coffees and three cupcakes = $23. A mink fur coat shop in the village square. The cable car up the hill = $60 (we couldn't ...
... hope you enjoy the photos of the Canyonlands.
Dead Horse Point State Park, Moab, Utah. Although this is a Utah State Park, it is a fascinating place to visit, as it shares the border with the Canyonlands National Park. According to legend, the point was once used as a corral for wild mustangs roaming the mesa. Cowboys rounded up the horses, herded them across the narrow neck of ...
... decision, but knew we had for the simple comfort of a bed!
While Jen and the campers went to pitch their tents in the dark, the softy deserters among us stayed to clean up. As we were doing do, we heard a sudden whoosh of water, and thought that the rain had started again. However, on rushing out from under the pavilion to check on the progress, we realised that it was the river at the edge of the campground. In a matter of seconds, it had gone from ...