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Old 03-19-2013, 02:31 AM   #91
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Sorry you didn't get much sleep. Those historic hotels are great and all that; but sometimes, they aren't the most comfortable places to rest.

Your drive looks l-o-n-g. I do love the Grand Circle; and I suspect you're driving just north of that area?
Yeah, I don't know if we'll be staying at a historic hotel again any time soon. At least it was fun except when we were trying to sleep...

Drive was definitely long, especially on day 2. I think we went through what's considered the Grand Circle, but we were still north of the Grand Canyon and all that.

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It's coming up now, finally! Hope it's worth all the anticipation.

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Yay all caught up now!

Wow that hayride sounds amazing! I can't believe how hilariously lame it was! That actually made me spit out my tea!

That snow looks so beautiful!

Awhh leaving Stupey

That is so awesome that Tracy is in that commercial!! Haha now I want to know that story too

Roadtripping photos are the absolute best!! That scenery is just so stunning!

That is a VERY traumatic go karting story!!

Really enjoying your trip so far!
Glad you got all caught up! The hayride was certainly something else. I'm just glad we had fun and didn't pay much money for it.

The snow was definitely nice to get a little bit of, but I'm glad we haven't had a winter full of it. Leaving Stupey was definitely hard. We miss her terribly!

Oh, the commercial. It's a fun story, which I'll definitely weave into this TR somehow soon.

Good scenery was definitely one of the biggest pluses on the road trip. Of course, there were also looooong stretches of barren desert, which weren't so nice to look at.

And yes, the go karting experience was one of my lower moments. I eventually did get back in a go kart but it took a couple years, and I would never do it again in those fast ones.

Glad you're enjoying reading about the road trip! Hopefully you'll like hearing about the experiences once we arrive
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Chapter 16
Time Change Blues


The snow in Utah was more scenic than it was threatening.



Before too long, we were headed on another descent out of these mountains.



Duffy, like us, was just ready to arrive already.



Our first big landmark in Utah came when we reached the end of the road, literally. I-70, which we had driven on for 99% of our journey thus far, merged with I-15 (which would take us almost the rest of the way). I tweeted:

We're almost at the western end of I-70. It goes from here in Utah all the way east to Baltimore!



As we kept driving, the snow quickly melted.

Can already tell we're getting further south! Snow's almost gone.

In Cedar City, UT, we stopped for a snack because our early Subway sandwich wasn’t holding us over very well anymore. We got sweet potato fries from Carls Jr. and they really hit the spot!



We weren’t quite ready to sit back in the car after finishing them, so we walked a few laps around Carls Jr. to get our muscles loosened up a bit. It was already in the high 50s or low 60s in Cedar City, so we had officially left the cold behind us.

Back on the road, we passed through St. George, the last corner of Utah we had to traverse.



Suddenly, this sign appeared on the side of the road.



Arizona. State #3 on the day.

We've entered Arizona, birthplace of @troberts8

It’s true. Tracy was born in Phoenix and lived in Arizona for the first couple years of her life. Then her family moved to Colorado, where she actually grew up. She wasn’t exactly nostalgic for the place, mostly because she has no memory of it.

Arizona looked exactly as I would imagine it would, though I’ve spent no time there since I was a baby either.



It’s very dry and arid, but also really pretty.



It made me sad that we were driving just a little north of the Grand Canyon but wouldn’t be able to go see it. I’ve never been and would love to go sometime. We did get a brief peek, however, at some of the canyons of Arizona as most of our drive through the little corner of the state was downhill through canyons.



Once the terrain flattened out a bit, our time in Arizona was already coming to an end.



Our time in Arizona may be fleeting, but at least I saw some cacti as a souvenir.

I almost missed the sign welcoming us to Nevada completely, but at the last second I took this picture. It’s terrible quality, but at least I got it.



Unfortunately, entering Nevada also meant entering Pacific Time.

Entered Nevada and had to repeat the last hour. #pst

Normally, when you’re flying or something, switching time zones isn’t a big deal. But imagine that you’ve been sitting in a cramped car all day looking at a GPS that lists your estimated arrival time as 5:00, and just when it’s getting to be 4:30 in Arizona, you head into Nevada and it goes back to 3:30. Still an hour and a half left on the drive.

At this point, Tracy was starting to get lulled to sleep by Twilight rather than enjoying it, so she had me pause. We did a couple crossword puzzles together with me reading out the clues and us attempting to fill them in, but mostly, we just really really wanted the last hour of the drive to come to an end.

Nevada was okay. It was barren desert for the most part, but that can be pretty to an extent.



As the sun set, we could start to see the skyline of Las Vegas through a thick cloud of smog.





I like this sunset picture.



There it is, more clearly. We were almost there!



We caught the first glimpse of our hotel for the evening, Treasure Island.



The previous night, we had named our own price on a 4-star hotel on the Strip, and Treasure Island (or TI as they now like to call it) had been our place. Maneuvering our way into downtown Vegas and finding the parking lot wasn’t the easiest thing in the world. I think at one point I had two map apps open on my phone in addition to Daniel guiding us from the dashboard. Eventually, however, we arrived. Day 2 of our driving journey was complete. Here’s what our map looked like on the day.



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Another big drive. Nice pictures of the scenery.


Looks like you might have some fun in Vegas and I'm guessing that what happens in Vegas gets shared on the Dis!
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I'm finding myself getting more excited the closer you get to Disneyland! What a long drive though, I suspect I'd have cabin fever within about 2 hours of starting out! Must have been a relief getting that first glimpse of Vegas and knowing you were nearly at the end of that leg.
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Thanks so much for sharing your adventures! I'm enjoying them and looking forward to your California arrival!
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You are a wonderful narrator. Thanks for sharing!
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Hi Again! I previously read and commented on your WDW trip report and just recently read through your DLR trip and now your Real Life updates. Thanks for sharing your adventures and I am excited to read how it is all turning out.

I am planning my first trip to DLR for this coming November and I was amazed how much you two got done during your 2011 visit. So excited!

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I had to laugh with the Welcome to AZ photo. I was expecting the NV photo to soon follow. When I lived in Vegas I did that drive a few times (through that corner of the state, not driving from CO.) It always seems so strange to pass through a tiny area of a state for some reason.

Sorry you had trouble finding Treasure Island. The parking garages for those strip resorts are often not easy to find. I think they are trying to get everyone to use the Valet service.

Enjoying your report, can't wait to read about your new life in LA.
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just dropping by to say how much I am enjoing your posts
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Wow just read the whole thing....so far.
Looking forward to hearing about more of your adventures.
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Another big drive. Nice pictures of the scenery.

Looks like you might have some fun in Vegas and I'm guessing that what happens in Vegas gets shared on the Dis!
Yeah, the drive that day was definitely long. And for every nice bit of scenery, there were plenty of long stretches of flat ground as far as the eye could see.

We definitely had fun in Vegas! One night definitely isn't enough to qualify as a real "Vegas vacation," but we saw a lot and did a bit of gambling. Of course you'll hear all about it soon!

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It was definitely a long drive! We made it through the first several hours all right, but by the end of that second day, we were SO ready to arrive. Smoggy Vegas looked like paradise because our arrival meant we could take our stiff legs for a walk. Hope you'll enjoy our arrival in CA and all that followed.

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Thank you for reading!! I'm having so much fun sharing our story, and looking forward to describing everything that happened once we got to CA.

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Hi Again! I previously read and commented on your WDW trip report and just recently read through your DLR trip and now your Real Life updates. Thanks for sharing your adventures and I am excited to read how it is all turning out.

I am planning my first trip to DLR for this coming November and I was amazed how much you two got done during your 2011 visit. So excited!

Take care!
Thanks for joining me over on this side of the boards/country. I'm glad that you're enjoying reading about all of our escapades.

That's so exciting that you're coming out in November! I'm sure you'll have a blast. It's definitely easier to pack your days full out here, simply because you don't have to worry about wasting time each day with transportation, etc. We really got a lot done on our 2011 trip, though we're still finding new things to do all the time. Hopefully we can say hi in the parks at some point when you're out here!

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I had to laugh with the Welcome to AZ photo. I was expecting the NV photo to soon follow. When I lived in Vegas I did that drive a few times (through that corner of the state, not driving from CO.) It always seems so strange to pass through a tiny area of a state for some reason.

Sorry you had trouble finding Treasure Island. The parking garages for those strip resorts are often not easy to find. I think they are trying to get everyone to use the Valet service.

Enjoying your report, can't wait to read about your new life in LA.
Yeah, the Arizona drive was just funny. If only we could have made our way through Utah that quickly! Of course, Arizona would have been somewhere I would have been a little excited to spend more time driving through, especially since we were so close to the Grand Canyon. Maybe someday...

I'm sure that the main reason they make the parking such trouble is that they know they can get lots of people to shell out the money for valet, but we're just far too frugal for that. We really lucked out when I accidentally saw the sign pointing toward the TI garage right as we were about to pass it.

I'm glad that you're enjoying reading along. I'm looking forward to sharing all of our CA shenanigans soon.

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Thank you for reading and for saying hello! It's definitely been a crazy ride so far, and I love sharing it with all of you on here.

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I Pray Your health improves....

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So glad you're enjoying I'm looking forward to sharing our CA adventures soon! And thanks for your positive thoughts about my health. It's a pain, but we figure out a way to work through it when it's bad, and hopefully it'll get better sometime soon!
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Chapter 17
Viva Las Vegas


Arriving at Treasure Island, we parked in the garage and hauled the luggage we didn’t feel comfortable leaving in the car to the front desk. Now we didn’t bring in THAT much luggage, and at any normal hotel the trip to the front desk takes about a minute, but when you’re entering a hotel/casino in Vegas, you inevitably have to cross the entire casino area before you make it to the check-in desk.

By the time we made it, my back and neck were killing me from wearing a heavy backpack, dragging a heavy suitcase, and carrying a variety of other random things into the lobby with us. Then there was a line at check-in. Finally, we made it to the front and were called over by the front desk clerk who must have sensed we needed a little Disney-esque magic this evening. Upon seeing that we were only staying for one night (a Tuesday night at that), she said she was going to upgrade us to one of the hotel’s panorama rooms. Located on the top floor of the hotel that isn’t taken up by suites, these rooms are on the corners of the wings of the building and feature two huge picture windows with views of the Strip!

We headed up to check out our digs for the night, and we were very impressed. This was the view in one direction.



And here was the other direction.



Plus, our room was great! It was so sleek and spacious.







Out one of the windows, we could see another of the wings of the building and the Treasure Island sign.





Anxious to get out of the room and start exploring, Tracy and I grabbed sweatshirts and headed downstairs. Our first destination was going to be finding somewhere to eat dinner.

Let me step back for a moment here and describe our respective histories with Las Vegas. Tracy had never been before and was excited to see what it had to offer. We had been to Atlantic City during one of our last months living on the east coast, and she was basically hoping it wouldn’t resemble that too much…

I had been to Vegas twice before, but this was my first time coming back since I had entered the target demographic. My first trip had actually been with my middle school class. Our school had a chapter just outside of Las Vegas, and part of the trip had been to visit the school and do some sort of bonding activities with our brethren over there. The rest of the trip was for the purpose of having fun (mixed in with a little learning). We toured the Hoover Dam and went on a hike, but mostly we just spent time around the Strip. Obviously gambling was out of the question for a bunch of 13 year-olds, but we still managed to have fun hopping between the different themed resorts, going on the many roller coasters that are spread around the strip, and generally just being teenagers who thought it was so cool to be there.

My second trip to Las Vegas was just about a year later when my grandparents celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary there. We stayed at the Flamingo Resort for a long weekend and went to their vow renewal ceremony. Other than that, however, we mostly lounged by the pool, rode more roller coasters, visited the themed resorts, etc. Notice a trend here?

Now, however, Tracy and I were finally of age to experience Las Vegas in all its glory. We could gamble and drink and party all night… and we had no real desire to do any of those things. Instead, we intended to walk around and, you guessed it, visit the themed resorts. Okay, maybe we did a LITTLE bit of gambling too.

Anyway, back to our evening. We didn’t travel too far on our expedition for dinner. Walking through the casino in Treasure Island, we realized we were ready to eat. Luckily, the pizza place at our hotel had decent reviews and was right there. So we headed into Pizzeria Francesco’s



The pizza looked okay, but what really caught our eye was the special listed on the wall—a calzone complete with pepperoni, sausage, mushrooms and spinach.



We ordered and it was ready within a couple minutes. Of course, in all my hunger I forgot to take a picture. The calzone was actually really delicious! We practically inhaled it because we realized we were starving. I literally inhaled a little piece of pepperoni and had a coughing fit in the restaurant. It was a classy moment.

After dinner, we stopped by the room to grab a few things. Here’s the hallway our room was at the end of.



Next, we were out and on our way down the strip. We walked past The Venetian.



And The Mirage.



Caesar’s Palace.





My old stomping grounds, The Flamingo.



And finally, we arrived at our destination—The Bellagio.



It was not a quick walk. The Strip is very deceiving when you look at it from above in your hotel room. But each building is absolutely huge and they’re decently spread out. Getting to The Bellagio, which was only about four casinos away from Treasure Island, was a mile walk.

Our goal in reaching The Bellagio was, of course, to see the fountain show that takes place on the water in front of it several times each hour. We had just missed a show when we arrived, so we had to wait about ten minutes until the next one. We were chilly, but compared to the temperatures the previous night in Glenwood, this felt like paradise.





When the clock ticked to 8:00, we turned our attention toward the water as the music began and the fountains quickly followed.



I first saw the Bellagio fountains on my second trip to Vegas and I was absolutely entranced. It was such an original idea at that time, and the way the water danced with the music was just beautiful. I made my family come back to watch at least a few times throughout the trip. The show here is what provided the inspiration for World of Color years later at DCA. Each show is synchronized to a song, and the songs are randomly shuffled throughout the day, so we had no idea what we were going to get.

I was thrilled when the music started and it was the Andrea Bocelli/Sarah Brightman duet “Con te partiro (Time to Say Goodbye).” I’ve always loved the song when I’ve heard it in random situations, though I’d never taken the time to find out what song it was. The song just builds so majestically to a climax, and it was the perfect music to accompany the fountains. By the end (after a seemingly infinite number of key changes), the music was soaring and the fountains were bursting impossibly high into the air. I didn’t take any good pictures because I was too busy enjoying the show, but it was pretty awesome.



Here's a YouTube video of the show not taken by me. It's nowhere near as cool as being there in real life, but it will give you an idea.

Tracy really enjoyed it as well, and she agreed that it was worth the mile trek out of the way.

Now it was time to start the walk back to our resort. The strip went on for many a mile more, but this wasn’t to be the trip for us to explore Vegas in its entirety. We only had one night. We started walking back on the other side of the street, so at least we’d see different themed resorts. First there was Paris.



Tracy and I were guilty-pleasure fans of the TV show The Girls Next Door and its spinoff Holly’s World, which followed Holly Madison after she moved out of the Playboy Mansion and to Las Vegas. While she was starring in Peep Show at Planet Hollywood, I know that her face was plastered on practically every billboard around the city. When we were there, she was out on maternity leave, so we didn’t see many ads, but there was this one in the candy shop at the Paris hotel.





Our next stop was The Venetian, the hotel I was most excited to show Tracy based on my memories from when I was young. They had already started decorating for Christmas, so I took a picture of their “tree” out front.



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Congrats on the upgrade! The Bellagio fountain just looks amazing. I am glad that calzone won't be your last. As someone who can choke on nothing at all, I commiserate.
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