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... We had a champagne picnic and took lots of photos before heading back to Las Vegas in time to see the strip light up from the air. The photos we took do not show just how amazing the view of the canyon was, so glad Steve talked me into going, expensive but worth it. Then it was back to the Venetian Hotel for a gondola ride at 10:00pm and to be serenaded by our gondola driver.
Today we went to the Las ...
... 5 hours on the bed. As a special something the captain and crew gave us a bottle of vintage champagne to take away as it was our honeymoon and signed a menu with good luck wishes. I can certainly see why flying first changes your travel experience as I would love to do that again and not care about my destination. I suspect we won't ever though! Certainly would pay what we paid using airmiles but couldn't see it worth the 12k return per ...
... the day watching the Zimmerman trial on TV - yes an actual live feed of a court case happening right now. I don't know if you guys are hearing anything about it at home but it is dominating the news over here at the moment. For example today the live feed of the courtroom was on all day and once court was over for the day, the program re-hashed the days proceedings and had interviews with key people etc. and that was just one tv station. It's full on and I find it interesting, but ...
... the day. I will post a 3 minute video of one of the night displays. Bear in mind that it is taken from our room on the 17th floor and looks smaller that it actually is. The water shoots up usually between 5-10 stories high, and also goes beyond us to about 25 stories. I never got sick of watch this.
On checking in, Jon had a little snooze to try and recover from a slight hangover (thanks Mario). We had tickets to see Cirque ...
... cut their channels through layer after layer of rock while the Colorado Plateau was uplifted. For thousands of years, the area has been continuously inhabited by Native Americans who built settlements within the canyon and its many caves. The Pueblo people considered the Grand Canyon) a holy site and made pilgrimages to it. The first European known to have viewed the Grand Canyon was García López de Cárdenas from Spain, who arrived in ...
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