This is my first attempt at a trip report, I hope you all lik it. This trip was my second to Vegas for my Honeymoon November 20-29. The first was for my best friends wedding who is now my brother in law after I got with his sister at his wedding, so where better to go for honeymoon. The last trip is pretty much a haze as all we really done was drink. this one isn't much better so I'll just fill you in with what i can remember!! Hotels We split our stay up into 2 nights at TheHotel and 7 at the Luxor. I wish we had done it the other way around as going from theHotel to the Luxor was some change of scenary. I have to say I really like the Luxor but after the suite life of the Hotel it was just a bit of a letdown. Food We are not big foodies so a lot of our food intake was of the fast variety in between drinks but heres a few that I can remember. Plus the size of the portions over there are a hell of a lot bigger then what were used to so it was mainly Breakfast at a fast food joint and then a lunch OR dinner. Peppermill: After reading so much on here about this place I just had to give it a go. I wasnt dissappointed, what a great place. The food was only good but the whole vibe about the place is brilliant. We went in for breakfast 1 day, I had the eggs benidict and they were good and huge for a breakfast Ann(my wife) had a chicken wrap and loved hers. We ordered a cocktail and when we had finished our breakfast went into the lounge, The Fireside and wow this place is fantastic. We ended up staying for a couple more cocktails and came back a couple of times on the trip. Blondies in the miracle mile: We went shopping 1 afternoon and got a little peckish so stopped by here for a bite to eat. I wasnt really that hungry but was severely hungover so needed a curer(hair of the dog) I just got the wings and fries and wasnt to impressed Ann got a Caesers salad that could've fed a small nation, It was massive. Needless to say she didnt finish it and I didnt finish mine. The food became a second thought though as they had English soccer on so I was happy just sitting there and watching that (Does anyone know what the opening hours are for here because on an upcoming trip there is a soccer match on that I will really want to see but its going to be on at about 4.30am) The Steakhouse at Circus Circus: I had a cousin and his girlfriend staying at CC with 6 of their friends and 1 of the nights ( I think it was thanksgiving) They were going here for a meal and invited us along. I have to say I dont like like CC at all but the food in this place was amazing $85 a head with 3 or 4 drinks each and 2 bottles of Champagne witha good tip. I had a salad to start and then a Petite Filet and it was delicious. Ann had breast of chicken and loved it. The Pyramid cafe in the Luxor: We ate here on a couple of days for a late night dinner and we really enjoyed it. It was cheap but of very good quality. I had the new york steak and really liked it. Quarks bar in the Hilton: We were a bit wary that the food wouldnt be to good here because it was a themed resteranut but we were wrong. The food was real good we both got the chicken wrap, thats not what its called but there's no way I'm going to try spell it along with a tower of onion rings and thought it was lovely. We also got a warp core breach which is one BIG cocktail. Ann got to the table first and they wouldnt bring the drink until they saaw that I was actually there. It wasnt the best of cocktails but sure you have to try it. The Cheesecake factory: We went here again by reading about it on here and accidentally coming across it while hungry. We went for lunch and had the set lunch menu of salad to start and a small pizza each. I wasnt to hungry and this filled me up nicely, too nicely in fact as I didnt have room to have dessert which is I beleive the best thing about it. Ah well theres always next time. Touristy attractions The Bodies exhibit: We done this one day as Ann was very interested in the Bodies exhibit. I ended up liking it a lot more then her but she still enjoyed it. I think this is a great exhibit and something that you just wouldnt get back home. Well worth the money in my opinion. The Titanic: Neither of us really enjoyed this and I wouldnt advise it for anyone unless you were really interested in the Titanic. Shark Reef: We went to this as it seemed like it would be good. It was alright but not worth the money. If you are thinking of going the line for tickets was huge when we went but we had already got our tickets in the Luxor box office were there was no line and walked over. I'd say we saved at least half an hour by doing it this way. Madame Tussauds: This was pretty good and worth the money but a lot smaller then I thought it would be. IMax Theater @ the Luxor: This was great we went to the monsters of the deep and really liked it. Well worth the money. The secret garden: Again well worth the money and possibly the best value of all the touristy things we did. The Star trek experience: I'm not into Star trek at all and Ann knows a little but again is no expert but this was absolutley brilliant, maybe a tad on the expensive side but the both of us thouroghly enjoyd this. I have to go now but will finish it later.