The Resort on Mount Charleston
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... hotels only to end up at New York New York again but had fish & chips for dinner - can't believe I'm excited about that!! Finally decided to do some gambling with Jase. Started out by losing $20 on the walking dead slots - they'll eat anything. A quick check on Jordan (at least we didn't leave him in a car?!) & back to glamour gambling! Won $13 on rapid roulette & then I hung out on the ***** table. ...
... or black stains on the mattress by their droppings, little blood stains on the sheets, which secrete unpleasant odor, or look of irritation and rashes, It is a tough pest to identify, and although it does not see, will not mean they're not there. That's much needed professional help, as they're not only difficult to treat but also to locate. Pest Extermination Professionals, say not to be ...
... climbing up out of the valley and out to Death Valley Junction. The rock formations and colours which change fairly constantly are quite fascinating. There are also sand dunes with perfect dune shapes, and dunes that are still in the classic shape but are no longer sand but permanent sandstone dunes. There were some salt lakes and salt plains. As we came down into the valley the temp gradually increased from the 30°s (90°s) to eventually reach or 45°C or 113°F. The lowest point that ...
... And after almost 15 hours travelling and waiting in line at customs for some time, we needed food and a minute sit down. We eventually found a cafe style restaurant where we ordered a burger and fries. It was well received. After dinner we wandered aimlessly but ended up throwing in the sleepy towel at around 9pm. Yesterday was rather tiring too! After waking up at 5am!!! We headed downstairs (after Gemma's mission for coffee at 6am!) around 8am. We ...
... a far cry from what it is like at home. After dinner we drove to “Old Town / Down Town” Las Vegas, not the famous “strip”, and participated in the “Freemont Street Experience”. This is a 5 to 6 block area on Freemont Street that has been closed off to traffic and the public can enjoy a stroll in
the mall like atmosphere, where there are stores of all kinds, catering to the ...