Royal Vacation Suites Hotel Las Vegas
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... walking through (fat boy slim was first off incidentally). Initially it was just those with hand luggage but as we reached minute twenty the suitcases starting pouring through. Still no sign after forty minutes and when the flight crew then came walking past I realised what a fool i'd been to assume there would be no issues. Probably some inappropriate banter from either one of them at immigration. I decided at that point that I'd have gladly waited a further three hours if ...
... are buried within the dam… hmm. Never the less it remains to this day the only federally-funded project to ever pay itself off (debt repaid by the 80s) by producing and selling hydro power which is supplied to Nevada, California and Colorado. Impressive.
I had an afternoon cruise on Lake Mead which nice and relaxing, and a lot of interesting information was also provided during the cruise. After 15 ...
... my baby brother, my mom, grandmom, cousin, and favorite auntie ever were finally taking a well deserved vacation. The last family vacation we went on was to Hawaii in 1999. Yes, well over 15 years ago.
Anyway, I purchased the tickets so I could easily control the logistics of the trip and I set about coming up with a detailed itinerary because yes, I'm that person now. I invited my BFF who is a teacher, and she was able to ...
... by. We’ve been having such a great time and enjoying the last leg of our trip however as now we’ve landed in Vegas for a night we are making the use of the wifi in our cheap fag stinking hotel room to arrange our next few steps and keep in touch with all you lovely people back home too. We hope that you are all well, and we love you loads, we’ve been thinking and talking about you lots, and cant wait to see you….very very soon, buts more about that ...
... stressful! Public transport is kind of great here though. And everyone is really friendly and helpful if you look lost. I feel like I should be tipping everyone I talk to! Tipping has become less confusing too. I don't think I'd want to have it in New Zealand but i can see why it's needed here. There are heaps of people who work purely on tips. Must be pretty hard to afford to live here. We are having dinner ...