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After a great nights sleep we all awoken rested between 7am and 8am. Enjoyed a piece of Mexican bread and cups of coffee. Then we all went down to the front destroy for a cold ok breakfast where we couldn't find a place for all of us to sit and eat together. Then the Worldmark rep came over and told us only Ramon and Leslie (Worldmark members …
... Olivia enjoyed the shopping. Richard escaped out to the Las Vegas Speedway to drive an Audi R8 around the race track with Exotics Racing. A lot of fun. Back from shopping there was time for a quick swim in the hotel pool beside the Eiffel Tower for Victoria and Olivia. Then it was time to dress up and cross Las Vegas Boulevard to The Bellagio to attend the Cirque du Soliel show O at 7pm. An ...
... stayed just to the east, teasing us with her humidity, but never quite delivering with the rains. I think we only had 2 or 3 days with good storms.
So this week will be full of last minute preparations. It will most certainly be one of those times where time will crawl and fly at the same time.
Bring on the Aloha!!!
So after a very long day yesterday we didn't set the alarm and slept until about 8.30 - awoke to find a message on our phone and yet another reservation debacle. Every day we wonder if we will be evicted. Tried to open the bar fridge to take my medication and it was locked. Phoned Guest Services to sort that out. I seem to either be phoning Guest Services or at the front desk about 3 to 4 times a day here at Ceasars. After all that was ...
... all you hoped they would be and there was always a free concert or two. Compare that to the huge distances required to walk on the new strip, no lights worth speaking of, an underwhelming Belagio water fountain show, (reduced due to drought) and everything is 4 times the price.
Well, "the gambler, he broke even", these immortal words from Kenny Rodgers were true of us as we left.