Element by Westin Las Vegas Summerlin
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More like a little apartment with a lounge, kitchen and study.
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After a four hour delay in Auckland which made us miss our connection to Vegas, we finally arrived at 7:45 pm. Lynne picked us up from the airport and took us for a lovely Vietnamese meal before taking us to our hotel.
... of knowledge of what independent events are in probability.
The first night I just had outstanding luck and guessed red/black about 6 times in a row, and was up enough that I just cashed out before a bad run. The second day I got to use martingale with a mix of labouchere betting (basically doubling your bet every time you lose). The fun thing about martingale is that it's a slow grind, and as long as you don't completely wipe out (betting 10 then losing, ...
... he fell to the hard floor - Scarface was born. With Andy and Lou still sleeping in their smoke free room, we went for brunch on our own to The Buffet at the Wynn. When we were seated we gazed around in shock at the gigantic buffet. Fruit bar, fresh baked pastries, bacon, eggs, sausage, waffles, pancakes, omelet station, chinese, mexican....everything you could imagine was on offer! Having come from countries like Bolivia and Peru it actually just made us think about all the food ...
... the night as there really is nowhere to camp around here, unless we have an RV, so here we are for one night of fun, the promise of a shower and a go at the slots, plus seeing all the bright lights and plush hotels with our own eyes, instead of seeing them on the TV. The RV culture here is huge, and its no wonder why, with such a big country to be explored we know why so many Americans never make it out of their home country. In a day or three you can be at the beach, in ...
... Anyway after eating potatoes. Broccoli and a Cornish hen like cavemen (pretty sure the Knights of the round table would have had something to eat with - even if it was a knife or something), we then headed out onto the strip and walked right up to the other end and back. It was insane. It was so busy and people in Vegas don't seem to know how to walk on a pavement so people would randomly stop or get in the way. ...