Q: We heard that you went to Hoover Dam, isn't it?
A: Yes, we went to Hoover Dam on November 29, 2008 together with my mother, brother, sister-in-law, and nephew. We were planned to go there and we scheduled our tour there at this date because of the 4-day weekend in USA which is the celebration of Thanksgiving Day. After we had a party at my parents' home in Suisun City, California, we went to Hoover Dam straight by long drive. We don't eat in any restaurants there because we brought foods that are left from Thanksgiving Day party. Hoover Dam is also a tourist attraction not only in Nevada but also in USA. Hoover Dam was named after Herbert Clark Hoover, the 31st President of United States of America. After our tour there, we stayed at my brother's friend's house in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Q: How did you go to Hoover Dam in Boulder City, Nevada?
A: We went there by taking I-80 East, I-5 South, CA-46 East, CA-99 South, CA-58 East, I-15 North, Nipton Road (NV-164), and then US-95 North. It is better if you have a GPS or road navigator so that you will not get lost in driving. You must have a full tank always when you are driving there because the gas stations there are very few and far away to each other.
Q: How's the weather in Hoovwer Dam in Boulder City, Nevada?
A: Well, the weather there was nice. It was sunny but cold when we went there. The temperature there was 60°F. During summer period, the temperature there is 85°F to 100°F while during winter time, the temperature there is 40°F to 50°F.
Q: Do you recommend Hoover Dam to anyone?
A: Yes, I will recommend Hoover Dam to anyone because it is also nice tourist spot especially for those who want to visit in mountain areas as well as in the historical places. Hoover Dam is open for the whole year that's why there are many tourists there always.