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Two "Superman" In Las Vegas

Woke up at 4am this morning and we set out from the ranch around 5am... It was an eight hours journey to Las Vegas and we took a slow relaxing drive, stopping a few times along the way... 
               Dozed off a few times along the way.... 
               But managed to get a few shots when I'm awake....
              Barren hills ahead as we approached Nevada.....

              
                  At last we reached our lodging for a week's stay here....
                From our balcony.....
                   Temperature is around 95 degrees centigrade during the day.....
                    Our nest for the next seven days....
               It was pretty much the same three years ago....
                  Nothing much has changed.....
                                           I think we didn't change much too....
                                Superman we are not...but SuperSisters we definitely are...

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  1. Nice t-shirt! 8 hours!!! *faints*

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  2. Superwoman you are. Hoping from one place to another.

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  3. Lol. I like the tees! Great lodging and view.

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  4. Hi Superwoman! I live the view from your balcony. Looking forward to your next post on Las Vegas.

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  5. Haha, superman pulak..Very cute la both of you.. You are a superwoman, I mean a supermom.. Cun...

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  6. What an awesome holiday Claire. So nice to read about your travel in US.

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