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... it all looked pretty tame. So we went back to Harvey's place for a little while the evenings activities were arranged. We suited and booted into our vietnam suits ready to hit Vegas big. Surprisingly not a lot of people dress too smart in Vegas so we did stick out quite a bit. In the bellagio lobby we were asked by a group of Brazilian (we think) women to have photos with them, saying we looked like the ideal dream men in whichever country ...
... with a dwarf man and a tee-shirt which read 'I heart my Hubby' and a man behind her exclaming 'That's the smallest ******* midget I ever seen!'
We had a few brushes with fame. Staying in the cutely named Baby Quail Inn in Sedona we were handed a signed photograph from owner Dick Curtis who was, what I believe they call, a jobbing actor way back when. The only thing I may have seen him in would have been in Batman and Robin from the 1960s... After much coaxing ...
... plans. We got given free entry tickets to see Tiesto so that was the plan! Allana was feeling it but Steph and I got dressed and met up with Tenielle and walked to the MGM which wasn't far from Tenielle's. We arrived and couldn't get onto the guy who was giving us free entry so we found a bar and caught up properly which was so nice to really have some talking time with Tenielle before she left. 9th May Friday I was keen ...
... we better try a bit of just about everything. We managed to find some room after that for dessert. There was about 15 different choices and Louise and managed to get through a few of them!
After lunch we felt like we had walk it off so we headed to The Mirage Hotel. This hotel included a dolphin enclosure and a sun dome with a small forrest and waterfall, sadly you had to be a guest or pay to see the dolphin ...
... performer claimed to be the real life basis for the character in the tv show (which I have never seen). He did great "mind-reading" tricks -- it was perfect for lawyers. He began by bringing four guys up to the stage. One by one, he gave them a die, had them select a side and put it on the table (or floor or wherever) face up but covered. The whole time, he had his back to them. In each case, he identified the number they had selected. Then ...
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