The Resort on Mount Charleston
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... thirty minutes! Walked t Central Park and had a tuk-tuk ride around there for an hour, was interesting and saw much more that way, it was the usual tourist attractions of "here is where sting lived" here is where they filmed "elf" etc, didnt think it was bad value for 80 dollars for over an hour, the tour guide tried to reccomend somewhere for lunch in the new mall opposite central park. went into the downstiars bit and could not work out what to do! so we left and went for ...
... Harry Connick Jnr established a fund to build homes for New Orleans musicians who had lost all during the cyclone - this was to ensure that the music returned to New Orleans. Funding of $960 million was provided for restoration but to date only $90 million has been allocated. This was due to families handing down homes but not correcting the titles. There are still a number of streets that are still devastated and some areas where ...
... gondolas but by the time we got there they had finished for the day. So we booked for tomorrow , just the two of us, so that should be a it special. Meandered back & got photos with Elvis & Marilynn Munro lookalikes. The came home via the Bellagio to see the fountains but they didn't start so we walked back through the Bellagio & got some really cool photos in their gardens. Caught the tram home & crashed at 12.30. Final day in Vegas tomorrow then off to San ...
... all of which helped the city survive the depression. In 1967, Howard Hughes bought the Desert Inn Hotel so he could continue to live on the top floor. By 1989, Steve Wynn changed the face of Las Vegas by opening the Mirage, the first mega casino resort. And now the pictures will tell the current status.
Las Vegas is only about 30 miles from Boulder City, so we spent the early part of our first day in ...
... is pretty amazing. Our tour guide is also very informative. Such magnificent formations all carved by water. I can see why this place in on the 100 things to see before i die list.
Next stop is Horse Shoe bend. Its only a few miles from Antelope Canyon. The car park is about 1 kilometre from the overlook, and its uphill in sandy soil. Plus the wind is blowing a gale, and i am now getting sand blasted. The view form the lookout is pretty ...