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... imagine a better tour guide for "The Bone-Yard".
So what was in the Bone-yard? The Bone-yard was filled with the most memorable history of Las Vegas; specifically old neon signs. The signs themselves were interesting to see (I had watched the 1971 James Bond film Diamonds are Forever on the flight down and many of the signs from the movie were there) however our tour guide, with her stories, really made the experience. It was fascinating to hear about ...
I’m the only member of my immediate family who hasn’t been to Vegas before, they all visited
in 2011, so the first real day involved a bit of exploring. This included The Venetian, which as the name suggests is a hotel and casino which is supposed to look like Venice. Apparently the similarity is so striking that upon visiting Venice earlier this year, my sister said “Wow, this looks just ...
... my his father. Either you hate the show, or can tolerate it and may even grow to like it. The premise of the show is, of course, about his massive cake creations, but it is also as much about his loudmouth Italian family and bossy sisters. Perhaps that's why it's called Cake Boss? Despite Marisa's and my dismal experience of the Cake Boss in NYC (let's just say it didn't taste very good after hours of walking), I was willing to give it the good old college ...
... hotel on the strip. She wasn't wrong. We sat by the man made lake in the Parasol bar and watched the half hourly live shows over a couple of cocktails. My hangover was still there but the hair of the dog was helping. One of life's cruellest ironies is that the only thing that can cure a hangover is more booze. It was the last thing I wanted to taste but by the end I was starting to feel human again. On the way back we visited the Cake Boss Bakery for some cannoli ...
A decided 13 hour drive home stretch to San Francisco We started the morning at what we thought was 4:30am... Turns out it was 3:30, Brian's phone hadn't had service enough to do updates on our timezones I guess! The moon was high in the sky and bright enough to see around our camp without a flashlight. We were lucky to see the stars at least for our one night in Zion, when we went to bed the night before it was too cloudy to catch ...