Royal Vacation Suites Hotel Las Vegas
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... In the Venetian we ride the gondolas up and down the indoor canals, with their oddly blue water and the sounds of opera singing echoing off the chandeliers.
As evening comes we split up as Lela returns to Planet Hollywood to watch Britney Spears and Julie and I head for Treasure Island where we have tickets to see Cirque du Soleil! Having wanted to see a performance for the longest time I am ridiculously excited and we are not disappointed! Our seats are up in ...
... driver. I am now knowledgeable about the exact traffic patterns of the city, especially the hotel entrances. Peak time is around dinner/show starting time in the hotel entrances, and people are not allowed to stop and get out on the driveways, which I learnt by his increasingly impatient noises when people did. Personally I think you are not supposed to learn this vast amount in a short ride of twenty minutes. But I did anyway.
Aside from ...
... signs and lights. But it's also very cheap and artificial, but well, it's Las Vegas. In the casino you can either play at the tables (but for that you need money) or on the machines. There are literally thousands of them, but the games on them are pretty similar. We played a dollar each without really understanding the rules and there is no one there to explain them to you.
The next casino we visited was "Bellagio", which is pretty similar to the former one. There we ...
... roof with a bunch of pipes on it. When we had checked in they mentioned the possibility of moving rooms today, and had mentioned upgrading to a premium room with a balcony for only $10 a day. So our first task of the morning was to check on that. And they did have a room available, with a view of the strip, but it wasn't cleaned yet. They thought it would only take 1.5 hours, which was fine with us because we needed to get our sports bets ready for the NFL games tomorrow. So we went ...
... serif; color: rgb(34, 34, 34); line-height: normal;">Next stop was Durango in Colorado, where we went on the Steam Train to Cascade Canyonstaircase. Amazing views over the gorges. We stopped at the Canyon for lunch, then back on the train again. Poor Zahara was sick just before we left, but came on the train anyway. After an hours sleep, she was ok again.
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