Royal Vacation Suites Hotel Las Vegas
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Caught the shuttle bus this morning for the opening of the conference. Managed to get some free things but hoping for more tomorrow ;-) Had a go on a Segway type system which was great. Also scored a free can of drink by showing interest in a new domestic can vending machine. Oh yeah. Enjoy the photos. After the CES I went to the David Copperfied show. Cool! He made a motorbike and a car appear out of nowhere and sent an email from the future to my phone. Step count: ...
... on the back of a bucking horse, wrestling cows in teams (a header and a heeler), wrestling cows individually, barrel racing, trying to stay on the back of a bucking bull. Our seats weren't able to be all together, so Laura and I sat over the other side of the arena. It was no problem we soon figured out the rules. The events were mostly time-based. The bull riding seemed to be the hardest, with only two people actually staying on for the 8 ...
... he never moans I had a good reason to think it wasn’t great. He was sick and everything, I felt a bit hopeless as there was nothing I could do apart from give him some ibroprufen and a cold flannel. Luckily check out wasn’t till 11am but we were then going to have to treck to Dad and Elaine’s hotel to drop our bags off! That was a horrendous journey, but a calorie burner. Nath was being careful with his leg and I looked like I had been ...
After sleeping in till noon we finally got out to pick up some supplies. Albertsons Target Kohls It was a half hour walk from the hotel but there was plenty of shady trees along the route and a cool breeze. We were surprised at the lack of footpaths and pedestrian crossings. I guess nobody walks in Vegas. We didn't see a single other ...
... when we were there. Just getting out of the car it felt as if your skin was being singed and it was impossible to walk anywhere. Warning signs were everywhere and two people have died there since April due to extreme temperatures whilst interacting with the park. Not much life is to be seen, but a curious coyote approached the car when we pulled up somewhere. I don’t know how anything survives – but I loved it! The lowest place in ...