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Westgate Is Our Vacation Stay

FROM THE AIRPORT, we took a shuttle bus to our car rental place nearby.  Budget is the name of the car company we rented the car from.  Yes, really budget rate, I think it is around $200 for 5 days and we planned to utilize the transport while in Las Vegas.  LOL... 

Next, we checked in to our apartment where we would be staying for 5 nights.  It is called Westgate and it is a two room apartment.  We requested for ground floor for easy accessibility, anyway, it has only two floors.  hehehehe...

Check in time was at 4pm and we had three hours to go before checking in.  We went to take lunch at a Japanese place in Chinatown, waited half an hour before we were seated and by then, we were super hungry except for the baby, of course....

Once we reached the apartment, I did not feel like going out.... "why don't you youngsters go out and get all the food stuff we need and I stay with the baby?"  Sounds good, eh.... 

And after that, it was a night of relaxation for me..... 
I slept in the master bedroom.... 
Don't ask me why....
They prefer the second room with two queen sized beds.... 
The living hall and the sofa chair is also a bed....
This apartment fits 8 people anytime!
And the mini kitchen where we cook our breakfast most times....
Yes, definitely we love Westgate.... 

Comments

  1. Wow, this place is gorgeous!!! Even the kitchen is so beautiful.

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  2. What was the rate like? Such a lovely place!!!
    Always good to have own transport when visiting some place, so convenient to go around.
    Has baby put on weight since you've been taking care of him? Looks bigger! LOL!!!

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  3. Such a beautiful apartment!! I also wouldn't feel like going out after seeing it. Lol.

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  4. Enjoy your vacation! Carpe diem!

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  5. What a lovely place! I won't want to come home after that. LOL!

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  6. I love that apartment. Looks luxury and comfortable.

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