Day Two - The Strip, Zumanity, and Old Vegas

Trip Start Nov 21, 2005
Trip End Nov 25, 2005

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Tuesday, November 22, 2005

We started the day off by going to breakfast at an Italian Restaurant downstairs in the casino area. The name of it was Il Fornaio, very northern Italian food and very tasty! The waiters were all authentic Italian adding to the atmosphere. The restaurant has a beautiful patio area overlooking the casino with a stream running by. Definitely a must-go place again!

We decided to go to see Zumanity, a risqué show created by Franco Dragone, the creator of the Cirque du Soleil shows "O", "Kà", Le Rêve, and "Mystère". We treated Jim to a show ticket for his birthday. :)

We walked down to Caesar's Palace to meet up with Jim and Troy and their family and to walk past Celine's second home, The Colosseum! Just kidding, we wanted to meet up with them for lunch. The sights were great along the way as always, and the weather was actually very beautiful.

We went to Margaritaville, and of course, I couldn't pass up a drink. Woo hoo, a Long Island Iced Tea on an empty stomach works wonders - good times.

Later that night, we went saw the Zumanity show. It was very entertaining and worth the money. We were so glad that Jim enjoyed the show - happy birthday Jim!

Afterward, we drove down to the Golden Nugget to meet up with Jim and Troy's family. While we were there, we were hit on by a local prostitute! It was quite funny.

We retired a bit early, if you want to call midnight early. I guess you would considering we're in Vegas.
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