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Tying up loose ends

As this is our last full day in Las Vegas, we wanted to use it to tie up the loose ends. Or, so to say, we wanted to do the things we did not get to do in the past… Continue Reading →

More Vegas is more Vegas

After nearly completing our south trip of the Las Vegas Strip yesterday, we decided today was going to be the day of us touring the northern part of The Strip. The Strip actually is really long but has no official… Continue Reading →

Viva Las Vegas!

After sleeping in to get over the previous day, we headed off for our first full day at Sin City. And what a day it was going to be. We booked tickets for a show of Cirque du Soleil at… Continue Reading →

Crossing the country

There always is a time of coming and a time of going. I have no idea whether there is a saying in English anything like that, but in Dutch there is. What I’m trying to say here, is that all… Continue Reading →

What stays in Vegas…

What stays in Vegas… doesn’t leave Vegas. It is as simple as that. So we left. Checked out, tugged al baggage to the car and drove off. Destination? Ridgecrest. Our main goal for today was not Ridgecrest, as one might… Continue Reading →

Vegas baby!

Sleeping in our lush hotel in the kingsize bed is quite nice, I can get used to that! The only thing is that the constant ringing and plinging and zinging of the slotmachines is getting to you after about 15… Continue Reading →

It’s getting hot hot hot

Right after we woke up in our western style bed over at the Historic Pioneer Lodge in Springdale, we started our day off with a healthy *ahum* breakfast at the local saloon, also known as the hotel’s restaurant. We’re getting… Continue Reading →

Boarding the bus

Zion National Park has, like two other NP’s, a free shuttle bus system. You can safely ride the bus from the local town to the park, transfer to the park’s line and travel inside the park with those buses. All… Continue Reading →

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