This is the location for a lava tube that you can climb down into. It is not well marked so you drive down this dirt road until you can't go any farther and then walk a little ways to the opening. They have welded some metal stairs in so that you can easily climb down into the cave. There is a tight spot but well worth the view on the other side. If you time your visit right the light shines in through the openings above you and is magical.
After going to the Bonnie & Clyde ambush site and the museum located in the restaurant where they picked up breakfast before the ambush... We had to see the real car! We have been fascinated with the story of Bonnie & Clyde and seeing the car was the final stage. They also have Clyde's shirt he was wearing and Al Capon's bullet proof car on display.
Saw them... they are pretty neat
Worth every penny! The staff and pilot were great. We did the Sunset Grand Canyon Tour. They picked us up from our hotel and returned us after. The helicopters were high class and flew so smooth. We flew over the Hoover Dam and into the Grand Canyon. They land you half way down the canyon and allow you time to snack, take pictures and enjoy the beauty that is the Grand Canyon. On the return flight we stopped to fuel up and I got to see some Joshua Trees which was a bucket list bonus.
This place is so beautiful. There is something neat to see around every turn. I can see why film studios use this place as it looks like a whole different planet. This park is a must see and was our favorite. We were lucky enough to see a group of Rams napping on the side of the road in a rock outcropping. The colors are indescribable and I see why it was given this name since everything around it is bland colors and then out of no where all this amazing red formations! Don't miss the paleography in the short trail. As we left we also saw some wild horses in a field and being animal lovers this was a wonderful end of our day.
A very cool place and while I was a little underwhelmed, you should go. The history of these signs is very interesting and it is a beautiful place to take pictures. I just expected a little something different in the display of the signs. I would still recommend going.
We had the best time here. My husband really loves the stories of the old Mobs and Gangsters so this stop was a must. They did a great job with social distancing. We added on the Crime Lab and Moonshine Tasting to our regular tour. The Crime lab was very fun and informative. We solved all our murders. Our favorite part was the Speakeasy and Tasting. We sat at the bar in the Speakeasy to have a drink and I ordered an Old Fashion. The bartender handed me an empty glass and a book telling me I had to do some light reading. Upon opening the book I found my drink hidden inside in a flask. Such a creative way to show you how things were during the prohibition. The tasting was fun and we became fast friends with the teacher. You should absolutely go and add the tours!
My husband and I thought it would be fun to renew our vows here since Vegas is the "Wedding Capitol." It was our 20 year anniversary and we chose to do the Elvis wedding because... why not?! The staff was great and Elvis can sing and is a great look alike.
Stopped here for my husband and ended up I bought a new set of rings. The people who work here were super nice and the store is just how it is in the shows. There is also a little shopping and food area in the parking lot that was nice too. I salute the door bouncer who in the first 30 minutes they were open had to throw 3 people out. It was a fun time and they have some really neat things in there.
We booked dinner at Top of The World for Christmas Eve and were not disappointed. It is an older building but maintained well. The restaurant is on the 109th floor and it took my breath stepping off the elevator. You sit on the dining floor to eat and that platform turns. The food was good and the staff nice.