Las Vegas, Nevada

Day 630

     We spent the day in Las Vegas. We did all the touristy things: saw the fountains at The Bellagio     As well as the spring gardens there

     The flamingos at the Flamingo (those are live flamingos)

     The chandeliers at The Cosmopolitan     The gardens in the Aria     We walked the Strip at night to see all the lights

     However, what I really wanted was a picture of me with a Las Vegas Showgirl. But, Barbara said NO, so I let her walk by 

Technical Stuff:

Tuscon, Arizona to Las Vegas, Nevada: 270.8 miles

5 hours 33 minutes

9.3 MPG

Diesel: $2.70

7 thoughts on “Las Vegas, Nevada

      1. Then that would be a good time to hit the Utah Mighty 5. Or at least hit Zion NP and Bryce NP while you are along I-15. Have spent many trips touring the Mighty 5. The town of St. George which you will pass through when you enter Utah is our retirement town.. Were heading back out there this summer to look at more 55 plus communities.

  1. p.s…so are you stopping at the Teton’s and Yellowstone on the way to Montana? Short drive off of I-15 on US 26 or go into West Yellowstone off US 20.

  2. Normally I would tell people to hike the Narrows, but this time of year the water is probably pretty cold since a lot of the hike is in the water. Angels Landing is probably one of the best hikes in the entire NP system, but you better take a good look at it before you do it. It can be very strenuous. If you are going that far off I-15 to Zion, you really should consider going to Bryce. Bryce is far more beautiful and scenic with a lot of short hikes and a lot of overlooks where you can park the rig. It really isn’t that far from Zion and you can easily get back on I-15 and head north. Happy trails.

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