El Cortez Cabana Suites
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... undoubtably impressive. Worth it.
The show left us ravenous and A Team was still pretty tipsy from our earlier pre-game festivities so we all headed over to the buffet. In general, I hate buffets, but this one was decent. We shared mountains of food, booze fueled laughs, and cotton candy before we decided to head back to the Tahiti to get ready for an early day in the AM.
Very good day.
... experience, and we’ve been loving every day for what it holds. The prize for keeping the camp fire going goes to Scotty, who has been indulging his pyro tendencies to the full, and he has succeeded to keep us warm at night, and to get the fire going again in the morning, and deserves a medal for his efforts, especially when it has rained and drizzled and the fire wood is all wet. I’ve enjoyed cooking out in the open, over the fire or the camping stove, and getting ...
... but personally I would spend 33 million on something different!
There were also amazing flower displays including a hot air balloon and a carousel covered with flowers.
The Wynn is a nice hotel but I must say overall it lacked a theme other than "extravagance".
Back to the Venetian - which was much busier than all the other hotels we visited-and managed to find our hotel room in about 5 mins! Each time we find the lift via a different ...
... into the middle of a national forest for a week. She regaled us with tales of injuries, mayhem, cactus thorn removal by lantern light. I have to admit, she painted a pretty grim picture. I looked across the fire at her, and said the fateful sentence that would start us on this journey: "You haven't camped with me. It would be a completely different experience. I guarantee it." I then went on to explain that if ...
Touchdown Las Vegas at 9am and we were off and running...sort of...Hertz tried to give us another jacked-up rental car but this time we weren't having it. A little complaining got us upgraded to an SUV...yay!! I'm never going to use Hertz again, but still, yay. Since it was right by the airport, we decided to get our traditional meal at Hooters out of the way. The Hooters resort is absolutely disgusting. But the wings were the best we've ever had at any Hooters hands-down. ...