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Diane and I took off at 0800 hours Fort Mohave time to head to Las Vegas for a day of shopping, the main focus being a Honey Baked Ham, since there is no store closer to their residence.
We went to Trader Joe's for dog treats, Aveda for curly hair stuff, Francesca's store just for fun, Chico's where this prices were outrageous, REI (where I bought a silk bed sack for traveling), the Galleria at ...
... fountains inside. Like everything in Vegas, it could have so easily looked tacky, or like a Disneyland pretend copy, but the carefulness to maintain the theme in a classy way throughout the place ensured that it was beautiful.
We had a few hours to shop, and we expected all the shops to be high-end brands, but there were some shops within our price range. H&M had a live DJ inside which was really cool. We were dancing while we ...
We managed to get tickets for KA Circ de Solei show the next day with Mum and Hazel. We walked round for ages thinking everyone was ripping us off with show prices so we all sat down for lunch and got Wi-Fi thinking we could get a better deal. We were wrong, none of us found anything cheaper so we went back to where we began and admitted defeat. Poor mum got a bit flustered in the queue for the tickets and almost passed out. Next thing she knew she had ...
... direct route which skirts the side of the Freemont experience. I got the full Vegas experience and got yelled at either by a really drunk guy or a mentally unstable guy. In Vegas, you can't really tell the difference. Alx & I took a taxi down to the Palazzo to meet up with a few of his friends at the sportsbook. They have a viewing area called Legasse's Stadium, where you can reserve a table/booth/sofas, eat & drink, sports bet, ...
... of the casinos as neither of us like gambling, so our modest flutter led to the loss of $40. Not too bad!
The best thing about Vegas is the feel good factor. Everyone is smiling and having a good time. We got chatting straight away to some lads celebrating a 30th birthday. They asked us to join them but we had dinner booked so we declined – probably just as well! But it didn’t stop us moving on to music bars and ...