Lucky Club Casino and Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... canyon is by hiking. Every trail is incredible—glance over your options and decide what you might be looking for. You can begin from the Visitor Center or drive into the loop, park your car, and start from points therein. Hiking trails range from a .7-mile-loop stroll to a waterfall (its flow varying seasonally) at Lost Creek to much longer ...
... br> Sunday was spent walking the strip, poolside leisure at The Palazzo, some yummy Wolfgang Puck fish tacos, a great view of the Bellagio Fountain show and finally the spectacular Cirque de Soleil "O" show. All awesome.
Monday we headed hiking with Andrea, Arnold, Marc and Tracy to Red Rock Canyon. Some really contrasting blends of desert and mountain vistas made that area unique.
Our final evening was a blast. We headed out first by foot to the ...
... typical. We headed north through what can only be described as the most desolate countryside besides Kansas corn fields! Stopping only at Barstow to shop at the Tanger Outlet mall. Suffice to say the car and suitcases are now overloaded!! We both got incredibly excited coming in to Las Vegas. Not for the city lights or casinos, but because we were going to see Val and Hoop; two of the kindest friends we ...
... we didn't get to do it. So we put some money in the slot machines, we lost , then we decided to check out the chocolate factory it was two story's of chocolatey goodness , I got some Hershey's cookies and cream chocolate and we walked to the hooters casino for lunch. Well the hooters casino was a disappointment the food at the cafe was average I had grilled fish and Jake had a Texan sandwich. Then we put some money in the slot machines there, ...
... in the scenery also watching all the other travellers on my tours facial exzperises. The sun was just about to disappear beneath the North and South ridge of the canyon with a orange and red sky. Walking back to the coach for a small stop at the local general store to pick up the last supply's for the next day of walkings and the sunset picnic that are tour manager had arranged for use the next day. Leaving here moving only a small distance to a stop and lights ...