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Category: Nevada

The Wynn Brunch: Fail

I hate these posts. I really do. The posts were I look back on a great experience / restaurant and…

Vegas… you dirty old sock

I don’t like Vegas and I’m quite sure that Vegas hates me… I can’t seem to get over the dirty…

iHeart Radio Music Festival, Vegas

I’ll just get the big post out of the way… because I know a certain little person is waiting for…

The Stratosphere

I didn’t get any great photos of/from the Stratosphere. The views are fantastic and worth the $10 cab ride from…

The Titanic Exhibit, Las Vegas

After living and experiencing the limited Titanic Exhibit at the Maritime Museum in Halifax for decades, I was both surprised…

The Luxor

As you fly into Vegas, it’s easy to spot the Luxor. It’s the 3rd largest hotel in the world, the…

Caesars Palace

From the moment you walk through the doors of Caesars Palace, you know you’ve arrived at the most prestigious resort…

The Venetian

The resort opened on May 3, 1999 with flutter of white doves, sounding trumpets and singing gondoliers, with actress Sophia…

New York New York, Vegas

The Statue of Liberty, Brooklyn Bridge, a Coney Island roller coaster, Chrysler Building, memorial to the Fire Fighters of 9-11,…

Fountains of Bellagio

A refreshing addition to your entertainment options, the Fountains of Bellagio were destined to romance your senses. Take in a…

Brunch at the Wynn

On the surface, I felt very much like I’d wandered into Willy Wonka’s garden as I walked through the Wynn…

Madame Tussauds (Las Vegas)

Tucked away off to the side of the Venetian Hotel… in a rather obscure location, is the Madame Tussauds in…

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