Courtyard Las Vegas Convention Center
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Today was our last day in Vegas and we spent it not doing very much. After checking out and dropping our bags at the bell desk, we got some lunch at Roxy's dinner in the hotel.
We both had a milkshake, Matt getting butterscotch and myself getting a hot fudge malt. It was delicious but ridiculously sweet and rich, either way it was something you knew was awful for you but you just kept wanting more of it. I got a corned ...
... section. This was the original Vegas with the iconic neon Cowboy, Golden Nugget and Binion's Casinos, etc. It is much less crowded and remains in the older style as compared to the modern section, The Strip, further down Las Vegas Boulevard. As we drove into town, we passed the setting of one of Jim's favorite TV shows, Pawn Stars. This gold and silver pawn shop is open 24 hours per day, so we stopped in to visit ...
... his teeth were in tact and that his face was tattoo-free...success! After a quick check of the room for any stray tigers, we headed to the Bouchon in the Venetian to meet Anne and Colin for breakfast. Andy & Lou were still sleeping off the night - it's good to still be in our 20s! Breakfast was a classy French American marriage: pastries for ColAnne, poached eggs on sourdough for Chris and waffles with banana for Kate. It was delicious and helped lift the haze from our foggy ...
... bought souvenirs for their friends/families and Calli purchased a beautiful bluey/black & white woven blanket.
Back on the main strip we ventured into New York New York, which Ness & I found a little tacky, but some of the model streets were cute. We passed a bar showing the Sens vs Montreal ice hockey game and decided to sit their for a drink and watch. The Canadian ...
... br> Hala then took us to see the wine angels at the Mandalay hotel. In her memory they were dressed in white and flew up on cables into the 4 storey high wine cellar to collect any orders.
However on arrival the restaurant was nearly deserted and we almost gave up but then just as we were leaving we saw a lady in a tight black outfit being cabled up into the cellar for a bottle. Not quite as Hala ...