Las Vegas Paiute Resort
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... about which country had the best health care and safety net. The agreement was Australia had a pretty good system.
Back to the bus and back on the road, we had to stop for some male elks who were fighting over a female. We were warned that normally docile elks could kill you when their blood is up so it was good to watch from the bus.
Then to the heliport to meet David and Susan who had chosen the helicopter ride. They were elated at their opportunity.
... accomplished.” We made it.
It is unfortunate that you are not allowed to take any cameras onto the horseshoe. It is a matter of safety and to stop articles being dropped onto the glass floor and into the canyon below. It is however a magnificent view. For those who suffer vertigo I would probably not recommend it.
The view itself is good, I think it is overpriced at $70.00 when you are unable to take ...
... One of the most impressive parts of this section of the tour was seeing the white shoreline where the water level has dropped so much due to the 4 year drought. This reservoir serves not only Las Vegas but a lot of California as well, all of which have been affected by this prolonged drought. The other neat feature of this from the air was seeing the Brown Colorado River entering the lake and the water turning to blue as the silt in the water ...
... and wait 2hours before waiting in line for the baggage drop. We hang around for 2hours and cannot believe how bad the crowds are at Spirit Airlines. I have never seen a baggage drop that crazy before, the line was so long it was outside of the barriers, all the way down the corridor hitting the backwall of the airport and looped around the poles. It got around 10:30pm and we thought we better start lining up as we don’t know how long ...
... Yeah, we weren't sweating as much as we would in humid weather, but I felt like I was roasting. On the other hand, paired with the heat was the magnitude of the beautiful feeling of the air conditioning. You'd walk through a pair of sliding doors and suddenly you felt as if you'd been graced by the gods themselves. It felt like being kissed by a million ice cube angels.
After our long walk, we eventually did make it to the Shark Reef Aquarium, ...