The Resort on Mount Charleston
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... look on your face, but I can tell you're enjoying it." I didn't have the heart to tell him that it was probably me smiling. But I was really enjoying the experience, the adrenalin was pumping. Next up, over to the Stratosphere tower for some rides 112 floors up at the highest point on the Strip. I would never normally buy ride photos, but one of them caught me by surprise as it started and the photo looks like I've forgotten what it's like to be normal. It's pretty ...
After enough time had passed we went outside to catch our bus. The bus was the Strip Downtown Express (SDX) and we got it all the way to the end - South Strip Transfer Terminal (SSTT). It was an easy and simple, if not long, journey but it got us where we needed to go (and it took us past the Vegas sign).
We were still using the 24 hour pass from the previous day $8.
Now were are LA bound!
$5 one ...
... just across the strip from us) where 2 guys play duelling pianos. Anyway we decided to go there about 8pm. Well what fun. The crowd gets involved and everyone just has a great time. Kel requested a song for Nicko's 30th and he had to get up, put an old horse on a stick toy between his legs and run around the crowd. Not Nick's usual style at all, but a whole lot of fun. A quick ice cream floater at the Sports Bar then ...
... with denatured alcohol to kill the bugs and germs we might carry…
I’m speculating that thousands of years ago, the Devils Hole Pupfish Devils Hole Pupfish Home Page and the Amargosa Valley Pupfish (Cyprinodon nevadensis mionectes) Ash Meadows Amargosa pupfish were the same fish… but over the ages… the Devils Hole ...
... had a long way to go at a very slow pace.
Our second day we hike Golden Canyon. We discovered the
canyon on our last trip into Death Valley but didn’t get to hike it at the
right time of day which happens to be the heat of the day where the sun is
shining right on the canyon walls. It was 85 when we decided to hike this
canyon, it was hot but the colors were beautiful. Very much worth it.