I've been to Vegas 6 times and everytime, I realized I get bored on my 4th day or so (my last visit was for 6 nights at Caesar's Palace). I love the city and the excitement of the first couple of days, but then it winds down pretty fast. However, since I'm flying from Europe, a 3-day trip is usually not worth it due to looong flight. So, I wonder whether I'm going to like Atlantic City. I can travel to NYC much easier and cheaper and stay there 3-4 days and another 3-4 days in Atlantic City and back home. But I'm worried whether I'd like the experience there compared to the Vegas experience. Some details: I like gambling (low stakes blackjack, video poker, and slots), chasing promos and hence casino hopping (can't stay in one casino for more than a couple hours), good food and buffets, gawking at sights and sounds while aimlessly walking, the whole "nobody cares about what others do" attitude. For your info, I've been to Macau and I didn't like it as much, although the buildings are almost identical to the ones in Vegas. I think it was mainly because it was hard to casino hop and the tables were all focused on baccarat. So, for those of you who've been to both cities many times, what do you say? Thanks!