Oakwood at Summerlin
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... of hours to kill and wandered up and down the old strip for a bit and popped into Walgreens the Pharmacy for just a few things. They had big buckets of souvenirs and things you could buy and we were admiring these amazing gold playing cards (sound boring but they are beautiful - they really are). A Canadian couple had stopped to look and admire too and we got chatting as we do.
Over half an hour we spent chatting to Diane and Wally, they were great. We ...
... show tonight which we say at the Paris Hotel theatre. The hand basins in the ladies bathroom were old fashioned free standing cream basins with floral print all over them, very pretty. We enjoyed a drink afterwards at same place as previous night. They had private little seating boxes with lots cushions, more like an Indian ...
... hotels have their own parking lot, so decided it would be easiest just to drive to each hotel, park up and walk around.
First stop was at the far south of the strip, to try and get a picture at the famous "Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas" sign......but the queue was massive, so we decided to leave that for another day.
Next stop was the the MGM Grand, and to see the lions. We walked down in to the casino, but couldn't find any sign of the lion enclosure, so ...
... m not really good at gambling at all, so I let Aaron take over after that. We started with $50 and got up $20 by the end of it, before we got bored as the lady didn’t make it very interesting for us. So we exited and went towards Roulette. We play a few rounds of Roulette and managed to profit $100, so we really tripled our money for the night. We were pretty stoked with that and thought we would call it a night and go out on a high. I think I’d call us ...
... I was a little disappointed with their topping options. Haven't they seen the topping bar at Orange Leaf? No peanut butter cup pieces? C'mon.
Half of the group went to bed, and then Mom, Auntie Brenda, Justin, Owen, Grampa and I decided it was time to take on the High Roller, the biggest observation wheel in the world. This thing was huge. Mom and I got strawberry daiquiris at the bar on the way up. We needed a little liquid courage. Not really, ...