Sportsman's Royal Manor
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... of Vegas, Bugsy Siegel's influence and the history of the short lived Moulin Rouge. Every sign had a story and there were a lot of signs there. We even heard the tale of the drive through wedding chapel with the drive through divorce just down the street.
For an experience which lasted just over an hour it definitely became one of the highlights of our trip to Vegas and something I would encourage everyone to put some time aside and go visit The Neon Museum.
... Venetian in Vegas!” It is quite beautiful, with a parade of shops along the canal, a painted sky ceiling and even St Mark’s Square. This casino follows a bit of a trend in Vegas of hotels being based on famous cities like New York, but if the Parisian has authentically rude staff and smells like urine then I’m not that keen to go.
We went on a gondola ride just outside the hotel and ...
... I was glad that I did. Adam and I shared an Italian "lobster tail" (no, not meat - don't get excited) and a cannoli. Wow! They were amazing. We then went to the Flamingo to see a burlesque show called, "X Burlesque". I imagined something akin to Moulin Rouge, being that it was Vegas and the shows are meant to be spectacular. Or perhaps something like Cher's nightclub in the movie "Burlesque". Unfortunately, it was quite a small and tacky production. The ...
... for a fairly early night.
In the morning we ventured out into the MGM pool area. Like everywhere in vegas it's huge, flashy and full of party monsters. I ordered a large margarita and I'm not exaggerating here, it was at least one litre and loaded with potent tequila. We sat at the poolside for around two hours and I didn't manage to finish it all. I was *********** again by the time we left, we headed back up to the room and chilled out on the balcony with ...
... sleeps horribly in tents, so he prompted the early departure. I packed the car, he put away the tent and (after a small disagreement over waiting for each other to go to the bathroom had blown over) I drove out of the overflow camp site at watchman campground with parking lights on only. We began the drive on a hunt for mcdonalds, since we still hadn't used much of our $15 gift card. We drove through some of the most incredible ...