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... that course three or four times now and it always gets me. Usually it is the wind and the golf balls as the course is a compilation of eighteen famous holes from the UK. Definitely worth the dough and even better when you get comped because your friend is a VIP. Thanks Jim. That night an old friend from Salisbury Beach, Kevin Malloy, who now lives in Vegas met us for dinner and drinks. Very cool.
Saturday was another cabana ...
... actually as it had an aquarium in the middle of it complete with sharks! Me and Mel then decided to have a quick nap before meeting Alex and Alice again to go and see V - the ultimate variety show. It was actually really good with 7 very different acts, including contortionists, birds, skaters, comedians and acrobats. As we left the theatre which was in the miracle mile of shops the belagio ...
... in and out of coverage dodging tumble weed and Elk. We dubbed it 'Yee-haw' radio and heard songs about Cold Beer, Hot girls, Tanned Legs and even a romantic ditty about a Chainsaw, sung by a woman.
Seeing Guns and Roses live in Las Vegas and plenty of bands in the other cities we visited, our trip had a decidedly musical theme. Axl Rose sounded like he always had and sometimes threw in a '*******' here or there to assure you that you weren't listening to an ...
... this part of my past they’ve never experienced before. Though it was only a festival in Las Vegas it still felt familiar and Corey finally got to taste just how awesome spam musubi can be!
Later that day another RVer saw Corey trying to figure out why our fridge wouldn’t stay cold so he took a look at it and figured out what the problem was. Turns out the fan was broken so he gave us one to use and ended up hanging out and talking to Corey quite ...
... fake Italian accents (1), or fake Italian names (1 likely), but most seemed to play it straight. We could hear the singing in the turning pool, which was also relaxing. I wonder if they designed the acoustics around the turning pool to amplify the voices of the gondoliers. In any case, we didn't cringe at any of the songs.
At the end, we decided that, if we returned, we were likely to stay at the Aria again. But I think it's unlikely we'll return unless we have ...
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