Travel Blogs from North Las Vegas
... Atmosphere was a little commercial so I decided to move on to number 2. " Three angry Wives" You gotta love the name. Large place out in summer land with a very good pour as well! I forgot to eat something - because I got caught up taking to the local crowd. It's a bit off the beaten track but worth the trip. Next stop Ri Ra at Mandalay Bay. I'm running out of time so I'm not sure if I'll make it to Mc Mullins after Ri Ra. Kind of confusing as to what Ri Ra means ...
... friend Dan and his buddy Adam came to my rescue. I went from rags to riches in the space of twenty minutes. They checked into the Luxor, which is a simply staggering hotel. After being there 5 minutes we were on our way to grab my belongings and I had been upgraded. Significantly. All of the hotels in Vegas have some kind of elaborate theme. You can just walk down the strip and see Caesar's Palace, the Bellagio, MGM, the Mirage, the Eiffel tower, Marilyn Monroe, ...
... gondolas running through the shopping mall.
Had lots of fun exploring the places. Saw the light & water show. Saw a demo of Atlantis.
On Saturday evening went to Cirque du Soleil, KA at the MGM theatre. This was an amazing performance of acrobatics skills combined with a beautiful story. The set of KA took 2 years to complete and cost 200 million dollars.
On Sunday, explored a few more casinos. Nitin and Daksha left for Camarillo on Sunday.
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So today was our Vegas strip exploring day :) we hit up: Planet Hollywood - where we visited the Las Vegas fight store for Ken and I to buy some mma gear :D Bellagio - to see the fountain show, have the best sugarfree cheesecake everrrr Caesar's Palace - shoppppping at the forum shops, I got an awesome pair of Nike free 5.0 shoes and some other Nike stuff, we spent a lot of money ...
... the water evenly between the 7 states that the river served. So, in 1922 the Colorado River Compact was signed and equal distribution was decided upon. (Mexico did not receive an apportionment until 1944 when the Mexican Water Treaty was signed).
It took until 1928 for Congress to pass the Boulder Canyon Project Act authorizing construction of Hoover Dam. Volume of Concrete used was 3.25 million cubic yards!!
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