Aston MonteLago Village Resort
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... internet said it had been delivered to the hotel at 1pm. Told to come back in the morning after 9am so the person who handles those things can be asked about it. Oh no!! John's credit cards are in there, and it's so important we get them back !! We went back out on the town again at 7.30pm, and got the bus to Fremont Street. We enjoyed all the street spectacles and all the weird and wonderful people, the lights and sounds and we had dinner at the same place as before - and got ...
... like running, taking up a hobby, doing charity work, painting or, in my case, writing can be a galvanizing part of the recovery process. Keeping the brain and the body active can give life a semblance of pleasure and hope. This is what writing has done for me.
Advocacy is not about self-preservation, but rather self-appreciation, which allows you to value others, embrace their vulnerability, and provide a positive force toward our interdependence.
... elevations as high as 14,000 feet. While we’re discussing extremes, I should point out the world’s highest city: La Rinconada, a poverty-riddled gold mining city at 16,728 feet in the Peruvian Andes. Its 30,000 residents have no water, no paved roads, no plumbing, no sanitation system, and significant mercury contamination due to local gold mining practices. On the up side, the city isn’t far from Lake Titicaca – which ...
... part of the process as did some unfortunates in 1991 when, sitting under Landscape Arch, they were caused to evacuate, probably in both senses of the word, When, after hearing popping noises, a slab 60 ft long, 11 ft wide and 4 ft thick fell from it dumping 180 tons of rubble where they'd so recently been sitting. Though having lost 3 similar sized “lumps” in the last 30 years, Landscape Arch is still considered ...
... other people play as the locals got it more.
We headed out onto the strip and walked past some of the beautiful casinos and stopped when we reached the Bellagio. Just in time for the fountains and light show. The water moved in time with the music and it was really beautiful. Not as spectacular as the world of colour show but close.
It was getting a bit late so we headed back before we would get tempted by anymore gambling ...
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