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Las Vegas Trip - Day 5

sunny 32 °C

Woke up early for once on the trip, but mainly due to checkout being early and having to prepare, pack, and get out. I take my last shower in the gorgeous marble shower (next to the separate tub!). All packed up we head out and go through the express checkout process, then check our bags with the concierge service.

My father had recommended that Bally's has some good restaurants, so we wander around and manage to find a restaurant that is -not- fast food and actually a sit-down place. So we come across The Sidewalk Cafe and end up getting a table pretty quickly there. The menu had a few things that looked good, but I ended up getting a dish that was supposed to be like breakfast enchilladas with hashbrowns and refried beans. Being of a mexican theme you'd assume it'd be kind of spicy, but instead it was actually rather bland. The price was reasonable but again, the quality just didn't seem to be there. No bite! Fail.

M decided to go play some slots and I headed back over to the Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood to kill the extra time, picking up some souvenirs for my family. I really wish we had ABC stores in Canada because they are awesome, lol. But other than that I end up stopping at the Roxy Quicksilver store, pick up a cute top, and then it's time to head back to the hotel and head to the airport. Meet back up with M, grab our bags, split a cab to the airport and voila.

Check-in was pretty non-eventful and I spent my free time at the airport writing up all these precious memories in my notebook. On the plane I somehow end up in the one windowseat on the entire plane that a vacant seat between myself and the aisle passenger. Who seemed to be a very nice man who loved his baby daughter very much, judging by all the stuff he bought her. I end up napping for a brief while on the flight, then spend the remainder reading a book until we land in Toronto. As I said, the entire proccess was pretty stress-free and uneventful.

Overall, great trip if you don't count the drama.

Posted by ka'la 22:00 Archived in USA Tagged air_travel

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