Travelodge Las Vegas Center Strip
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Smoking rooms available
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... Grand Canyon we headed towards Vegas, but not before getting the story of Route 66 (abandoned as a national highway in the '80s) and diverting to a strange town called Seligman, which was fighting hard to keep some of the tradition of Route 66 alive. We went to a diner which had quirky staff who pulled practical jokes on you, and their back yard was full of old cars and trucks. It was definitely a fun and silly stop.
Then it was all down hill. A leg stretch at a ...
... Of course they do have photographers there to take your snaps for you and you can purchase them in the Gift Shop. I think the views at the South Rim are just as wonderful if not better. Still I am glad we did it.
to get to the rim is a very scenic one and takes you through the Joshua Tree
... We then went over the Hoover Dam, you lose some of the scope and size of this structure until you see tiny figure of a truck 1/16 inch long going over the bridge next to it. The dam is so enormous that they poured concrete for 18 month straight to erect it. That is enough concrete to build a 4 lane road to reach from NY to San Francisco.
The flight then leveled off over a barren desert with volcanic hills and mountains displaying a wide variety ...
... line will take. We stand in line and we get through it pretty quickly and manage to get to our gate by 11:30pm, so we weren’t rushing at all. We find a spot and I place myself on the ground, head on my bag and have a sleep. Before I know it, Aaron is waking me up and we are boarding.
We get onto the plane and the seats are very budget that they don’t even recline, lucky the flight is only 4hours long and that it’s 1am ...
... and Grampa, who had stopped at New York New York to play some games. After his long, arduous journey, Matthew was finally in his element. He was running from exhibit to exhibit, shouting the name of each fish with glee and then sprinting to the next tank. Once we got to the exit, he realized that it had come to an end, and asked Auntie to go back through with him. He lapped the place twice. Meanwhile, Mom and I tried and failed multiple times to take a ...