Hi there everyone, My wife and I are coming over for our 16th year in a row, having immediately fallen in love with Vegas on our initial trip and we just haven't found anywhere as pleasurable since! Although we don't drink ( I know, amazing for a Scotsman ) or gamble on the tables, preferring to stick to the slots, we always come over for a fortnight and never run out of things to do.We usually take in quite a few shows and go back to any we really enjoy, e.g. Legends which changes line ups frequently and never disappoints. I've overheard other tourists, including Americans say that 2/3 nights is enough time for Vegas but I can only assume they have very limited imaginations! One of the reasons we stay for so long each time is due to the dreaded jet-lag and to be able to take our time enjoying and relaxing everything! Obviously not all is perfect in Sin City, the 2 main annoyances being the dreaded timeshare touts and the introduction of almost universal resort fees. We noticed that the touts target couples so whenever we see them ahead we split up from each other and that usually does the trick! The resort fees are a real pain and we wish the hotels would just increase the room rates and be more upfront and honest. One unique problem we experience is that neither of us drink tea or coffee or alcohol, drinking diet cola or lemonade mostly, so up until last year we have wasted time heaving bagfuls back to our room regularly as the hotel shops are extortionately expensive, we buy in CVS or Walgreens in bulk. Last year, we trundled our suitcases to the nearest Walgreens and bought 16 2litre bottles in one go, which was very embarrassing but saved a few trips! We are aware that the hotels frown on any deliveries by supermarkets, although strangely pizza shops put flyers under your hotel door, does anyone know of any firms who do provide a discreet delivery service for food or soft drinks? Thanks. In all our trips, we haven't seen any trouble or violence, although when we visit Fremont St., we notice that within a very short distance of the light show, the atmosphere changes and you definitely need to be a bit more careful. We have read that the buffet at Main St. Station hotel is very good, does anyone know if that area is safe enough to walk round? Great to find this site, best wishes to all!