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... show. Thrill seekers can breeze beneath the Viva Vision canopy on a zip-line. The Fremont Street Experience is lined with Hotels, Casinos, souvenir shops and restaurants. Of course we were there in the morning so it was very quiet. Nighttime is a different story.
We continued with a drive down the Las Vegas Strip past the hotels. We stopped at the Bellagio Hotel to see the Conservatory ...
... but the traffic is so bad at night it takes forever so we opted to walk(yep those km are really adding up). We made it to the show and it was pretty funny. Totally inappropriate, daggy and everything 80’s. We couldn’t believe that there were kids in the audience as it says it isn’t appropriate for kids. If you have seen the movie it is not same (well not that I remember) but it was very funny and the cast was very good. Afterwards we headed to the Bourbon bar for ...
... were separated after being attacked whilst at a ceremony.when they had both escaped there captives they went in search for one another.the performers were very skilled and moves were well executed.it was acrobats mixed with martial arts to spice it up.defiantly something I would go and see again.oh and the set and music was on point also! So we were to lazy to walk back to the hotel so we caught a cab and here we are. Katie and ...
... show at 12am to the star spangled banner.
We ended up walking the strip for another few hours checking out the lights and shops. Nothing shuts down here, its party 24/7. We grabbed an awesome slice of pizza that was literally much bigger than my face. Back to the hotel by 3:30, I just crashed on the bed straight away. Wow, what a night...Vegas definitely is living up to its expectations.
Next morning we met Hannah (Aussie), James (English) ...
... walked back calling in at each hotel to check it out and stopped to watch some of the buskers, who earn their keep every night doing the same thing. Our favourite ... And the only one we tipped was the Elvis living statue. He was made up to look like a statue so looked 'plastic' and was holding a microphone while Elvis songs came out from the speaker. As people walked past .... He put out his hand or lent over and it was hysterical seeing the crowds reaction. We stood there for ...