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I almost named this trip report after XS

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  1. sco5123

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    My Trip Report

    Holy goodness gracious!! Great balls of fire! I have been in Vegas since 12.6 and my life simply changed last night.

    I. went. to. XS.

    I am the girl who could not give 2 squats about nightclubs. In fact I had to literally pry myself out of bed to go.

    It was so worth it. No words.

    I became an EDM convert. They even threw in a hour or so of new And good hip hop as an appetizer which I am all over.

    Gorgeous venue but that goes without saying. I actually let a group of girls adopt me this time which only took the experience up a notch.

    It actually makes me excited about trying out Marquee! I was even shocked to learn that some pRts of XS were closed. So it gets better than this!!!!?? I will definitely be back in the summer.

    I was on the guestlist so I got in free with 2 comped drinks for. $20 value each. But the security guard kept giving me complimentary drink cards and I kept giving them away. He was very protective which was pretty cool. added a new element to nightclubs. He kept coming over just to make sure I was having. good time. The special effects and the strobe lights were everything!!! They even had fake snow coming down at a point!

    As you can tell XS was a highlight in my trip! So much so I asked them to put me on the guestlist again. I am staying at Wynn for the next 5 days. They offered me surrendee tickets too at check in so I will go check it out. I have 2 comped nights, 200 freeplay and 2 buffets and discounted rates. So I jumped on it!!!! All over it!! Writing from my phone. more details to come!
    Ps how do I easily put up pics from my phone??
     
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    My question is....what about us ugly fat guys...where do we go? LOL
    Ohh yeah...cheap strip clubs, hahahah.
    Glad you got introduced to the fun world of XS =)
     
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    That's awesome Sco, so glad you had a great time. While I have no interest in going to the nightclubs myself, it's refreshing to hear someone try something new and really, REALLY enjoy it. It sounds like it's awakened your inner party animal!

    Please keep us posted on your experiences, your enthusiasm is nice to read!
     
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    Glad to hear the positive report, I'll be there on NYE!!
     
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    Good to hear you had a good time even though you are not a "clubber".

    I go to Vegas about 6-8 times per year, but never gone to the clubs. I am young and would fit the crowd perfectly. I think my friends and I are too busy gambling and drinking. Maybe next time I'll give it a try after reading your post.
     
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    This post brought a big ol' smile to my face... GOOD FOR YOU!!!!
     
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    Glad you enjoyed it. Very nice to read a post about clubs which does not refer to the club goers as DBs NOR discuss how many thousands it will cost to get a table.
     
  9. KellyLovesVegas

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    I'm glad you decided to go to a club! It's a very good thing to step outside one's comfort zone and try something new.
     
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    FML….I fell asleep at 9:30pm even though I had THREE alarms set up for 9:58p, 10p and 10:40p so I could run and get on the line for the guestlist for XS again. Do you know I overslept until…3:30am? This is why I am here writing this report on my computer. To blow off a little steam. My body is just not cool enough to live it up with these fellow 20-somethings.
    Well that’s a nice lead to the beginning of my trip…

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    Friday, Dec 6
    ~Fremont~
    Bought 15-day bus pass at Walgreens for $34—well-worth it. Thanks Dewey!
    I asked for an upgrade at check in but no dice. Checked into three comped nights as well as the 33 spins deal at Blazing 7s (which happens to have a $99 value on the freeplay). In fact this whole week was comped nights, and it still ended up costing the equivalent of what Quad used to cost for the week: $80.
    Fri-Mon I was at the Fremont. No charge. Then I had a myvegas at Luxor and Excalibur for $20 and $17 resort fees respectively. Then I stayed at Paris on two comped nights for $22/night resort fees. Yikes! Considering how much I used to pay (and especially the $7 and $15 deals I used to get at the Quad in December), it’s a bit of a rip off…..in my world. Lol
    But anyway I still managed to use planning powers to piece together a number of comps, for which I am proud. I also got to check out the Paris as a visitor.

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    Fremont rooms were quite comfortable and modern—better than I remembered. I would say this downtown room is on-par with nicer hotels if the space weren’t so small and the ceilings weren’t so low…and the bathroom wasn’t so Spartan, and the mood wasn’t so dark, and the Fremont street experience weren’t so loud, and the bed weren’t so low…you know, if it could just change itself, it could be like the nicer hotels really.
    On another note, please remind me never to have work left to do when coming to Vegas no matter how long the trip is. Was done with finals but I still had to revise a question for my qualifying exam and OMG my anxiety was so high. I couldn’t sleep, I couldn’t be comfortable. The flight over wasn’t relaxing. Landing in Vegas didn’t give me my boost. It was just terribly terribly wrong. What makes it worse: I got sick RIGHT before coming to Vegas. So I had to think, work, be sick and be on vacay. Bad combo.
    I whipped that 10-page question in a couple days and prayed to the heavens I pass because if not, I have to write 20 pages worth of theory in 5 hours again late next year. Almost lost my life out in these streets.
    Trip downtown was fraught with anxiety. I couldn’t be the kid on Christmas.
    Hit up Mermaids to start the trip. $1 fried oreos. Tasty. I actually won $7 bucks on a VP machine! Woo! Was feeling better already.
    Hit up Du Pars. $3 pancake. Still tasty but, for once, the batter was off (and it did not get better the following night so I did not go back). I go to this place for consistency. Today, the pancakes were more dry in the middle. I have never had this experience at Dupars before. Hoping this won’t happen on my spring trip.Walked around to some of the gift shops, bought waters and headed back to work. How ironic. Work in Vegas? ::::shudder::::
    Usually I remember lots of details but this time I am blank. What a blur those first couple days were.
    I remember that instead of working through the night, I played some. I dropped $140 in these machines and they gave me nothing. I remember that. I remember a time when Fremont gave me money, at least to keep me in the game. I can’t remember one hit, not even $20 bucks, and you know even that would excite me. Something’s up.
    I might have played for like an hour, so I was not expecting to keep the comp in the future. The way I see it: if your casino does not have enough recycling, why should I bother coming back?
    I checked the Bconnected booth and I think I had like 3 or 4 hundred coin-in or something and they offered me a free lunch voucher. Woweee! Food was ok.

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    I intended on partying that night but between another brutal semester of insomnia (and not yet having recovered as I usually do just by landing in Vegas “free of worries” this is key) and still being on the grind and losing and being sick, I stayed in the confines of the room. I graciously let Fremont Street Experience lull me to sleep.
    Saturday, Dec 7
    It’s 33 spins day! I was looking forward to it.
    Started the day with a Main street brunch buffet, charged to room. They had my beloved pound cake! Happiness.
    I strolled Fremont and really took my time trying to forget that I had work. Smh
    I tried out Lamperts ice cream in California on the way to MSS. It was ok.
    The 33 spins thing started at 2:45p and it was slot tournament style. I did not like that. I thought they would just give me the $99 to play anytime. But they give you 1 minute with 11 other player banging on the machines to see if they can get a hit. I did not care for this style. I didn’t win anything too, so I don’t think I would need this offer again. BUT several people hit 2-300 wins that day.
    After losing at the 33 spins, I played another $40 as consolation. And the losing continued.
    Very good. Back to my abode to finish what should otherwise be taboo in Vegas.

    Sunday, Dec 8
    The night never ended on Saturday. I headed to the south strip terminal to the megabus to Los Angeles at midnight. I planned a day trip. Too bad I did not know I would not be finished yet with life. What’s better, the outlets and wifi that megabus advertise were coincidentally *not* on this bus! I ended up having to write the rest of my paper at a Mcdonalds in LA in like an hour, with a dying battery, and guess what? NO outlets in Mcdonalds on that famous street either! How wonderful. No satisfaction when I was finished because the experience was unreal. I was completely shell-shocked.
    Walked around aimlessly trying to regain some type of sense of self again. Hit up Roscoes.
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    Far more expensive than I remember it in 2010. I dreamed about it ever since but while it tasted fine, it didn’t quite live up to the hype that I had placed on it from last time.
    Hopped on a bus and found myself in Beverly Hills!!! Beverly Hills---that’s where I want to be!! Living in Beverly Hills! Beverly Hills—rolling like a celebrity! Living in Beverly Hills!

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    That song was on repeat as a strolled the streets of the shops at Beverly Hills. I vowed to come back one day to take a stroll in the residential areas and pick out what I want my future home to look like….even if I only stay for hmmm 3 months.
    Not particularly crazy about beaches especially not when it’s cold so I didn’t go to one. I wanted to find those $29 massages but I just couldn’t find them when I wanted them even though I had passed so many while on the bus. The bus drove through fashion district and I got off and found myself walking through Skid Row. The horror. A world onto itself. My heart goes out but still I had to make a run for a bus. I didn’t even bother with fashion district after that…just wanted to get as far away as possible.
    I sat at a nearby Starbucks as I waited to watch a show.
    I headed to Pantages Theatre, where I was going to watch my favorite show in the universe Lion King the Musical for the 7th time in the 5th city.
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    It’s touring and it was only $48. If I had been sharper, I could have gotten it on travelzoo for $25 but that sold out quickly. In New York, that tickets is well over $100 everyday and there are no discounts in sight. But what they do in New York, they do it well. This version was excellent as always but nothing compares to Broadway for me.
    I enjoyed my day trip to Los Angeles and would make another one in the future.


    Monday, Dec 9
    Back in the NV and out of the Hills.
    Picked up my overnight luggage at bell desk, luxuriated and took at nap at Fremont before heading to Luxor.
    I asked for an upgrade but no dice. They would not let me check in until 3pm. I went to Buca di Beppo at Excalibur and had the rigatoni of life.
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    Took advantage of a $75 50-min massage winter special at Luxor.
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    My first massage on the Vegas strip totaled at $90. Definite score. The spa was basic. The massage was meh. The service was meh. The masseuse didn’t even smile much…that’s basic stuff. Glad that’s all I spent. Did a 3-miler at the gym and headed home. But I got a chance to relax and I came out rejuvenated and ready for Vegas.
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    Checked into the pyramid deluxe and boy is that a large room. I got on the inclinator for the first time—cool! Technically I think, apart from décor, luxury and comfort, the pyramid deluxe should be an upgrade from the tower rooms. Why? A view of the inside of Luxor from the pyramid should be viewed as a treat. An atrium view in Sam’s Town is an upgrade. I can fit at least 8 people in a pyramid deluxe. Great space. Poor bedding, horrible ventilation throughout Luxor. I had a dry throat because of it the whole time. Straight ugly décor. Awesome armchair.
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    Completely knocked out and did not wake up til morning. Technically between traveling, jet lag, a mini day-trip on a bus, switching hotels, packing and repacking (as I actually had *real* luggage this time since I am going home for Christmas), on top of coming down from reeling from all those other things, I was surprised I didn’t go into coma for a few days straight.
    I certainly understand why switching hotels with real luggage is a real strain.
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    Tues, Dec 10
    Excalibur here I come. I asked for an upgrade to Tower 2 and got it…with a view!

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    Fell in love with the arcade. Takes me back to Chuck e Cheeses in my childhood. I figure my cash might be better spent here than on the machines.
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    Used my free midway games.
    Got free popeyes from the promo they are running now. Hit up Buca di Beppo again later in the day for the ziti of life. Great diet.

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    Saw the AVATAR slots. Signed in and got a username.

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    It fell short my expectations because I could not win anything even though bonuses were hitting left and right. It was fun to see all the different bonuses and it has at least 7. Probably way more because I got to the 14th level and it kept unlocking bonuses. It certainly isn’t as beautiful as I expected either. The *colors* in AVATAR the movie is what made me adore it. The colors were so rich---I watched it 5 times. It put you in a dreamworld for 3 hours. The colors on this machine were dreary in comparison. There will be different avatar slots I am sure in the future, since the series has so many more movies coming out. Hopefully they make them better and more winnable haha.
    But I put in $40 bucks and it lasted an hour and gained me about 120 points so I think it did alright.
    Hit the gym for a 3-miler again and toured the spa at Excalibur again.

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    Luxor and Excalibur have a really nice gym.
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    Strolled through MGM, saw all the rodeo folk an headed to Ross. Bought 4 blazers and 2 cocktail dresses for $100. Yes! Happiness. Checked out the new Marshalls on the strip as well. Nice things but the prices were much higher.

    Wed, Dec 11
    Paris was a fail. No upgrade, upgrade for $65/night, and could not view any rooms (apparently they do not do that). I went to their 2 bedroom and the décor was so hideous to me, I switched to their king room which was not much different besides a blue carpet. It made the difference however. Paris standard is below-par to The Orleans. You get a far better room quality at the Orleans in my opinion. I would not pay for this hotel—at least not for the standard room.

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    Went to Sugar Factory with my Groupon of $40, so I wanted to sample a few dishes. I made a list prior to coming only to learn that like 80% of the menu is gone because the former owner took it with him. Almost everything I wanted to try was gone.What a waste that Groupon turned out to be. I tried their $10 belgian waffle, which was tasty, and their $25 bbq ribs which were tangy and unique...and just plain awkward-tasting. Their $10 fried cheese appetizer was too salty and the sauce was too sweet. Yikes!

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    I finally know why people said don’t go to Sugar Factory anymore. Next time, I will take heed. The menu was so much larger before. They charged be a $3 cnf fee which I have no clue what that is. With taxes and an $8 tip, I paid $18 on top of my $40 groupon…..yikes! It dawned on me that this groupon and Restaurant.com stuff benefits the waiters and waitresses in tips. If not for having to spend the whole $40, I would have just bought a $10 waffle and tipped $3 bucks. The Groupon ended up being completely worthless. But my receipt would have gotten me into Chateau for free if I hadn’t fallen asleep!
    Another blur of a day—Paris being a fail and all.

    Thurs, Dec 12
    Oh, did I tell you that I just did not enjoy the first week very much in general but it has more to do with my choice of hotels? In order to save money, I stayed in hotels or rooms I did not care for. Even though I love Excalibur contemporary room, they changed the cover on the bed and that messed with my mood too. This disrupts my flow a little because the Ex was a trusty place for me but now there is no room I care for there. Even though I had never stayed at Paris, the pictures of rooms on tripadvisor already showed me rooms I would not care for. But it was for experience sake.
    My flow was so disrupted, I barely remember this day either apart from taking a taxi to Ellis Island only to be harassed by these guys near 7-eleven. And then eating the BBQ and it being whitish, dry and tough for the very first time. It was so tough, I sent it back and it came back tougher and I wished I kept the first one. My trusty Dupars and Ellis Island disappointed me this trip for the first time ever. :::cries:::

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    Oh yeah, and there were all types of construction covering up Paris. I was so discombobulated, I forgot I had a show at 7pm but fortunately I randomly found myself in the right casino at 7pm. Watching Veronic Voices for a second time was definitely a treat! And for $2.50---WOW!

    Fri, Dec 13
    Fortunately, I checked into the Quad today.
    QUAD turned thing around. I was happy and light. I was finally in my Vegas zone. You people do not know what this property does for me. It is an indescribable mojo that just hasn’t left despite the new changes. I need that energy. I need that life.

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    I was so excited to be there that I even requested the noisy strip-view rooms that have loud music from 11am (yes AM) to 4am from Carnival Court. It was a pure delight to be reminded this is Vegas! Your place sets the mood.
    I bought the $20/night weekend nights for a classic room from priceline but once I showed my Gold card at the desk, they let me check in early and upgrade to a deluxe queen. There are aspects of Quad that are a bit of a disgrace but love is love.

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    Got lots of needed rest with the sounds of Vegas playing in the background. I rested more than I went out and played this trip. This vacay was actually a vacation.
    Stopped at Palms theatre with my ticket from dinelv.com, which was good for a premium $17 IMAX ticket. I got to watch the lovely Hunger Games: Catching Fire in IMAX. I can’t wait for the next installment.
    I also went to Riviera for the free comedy show through ACG. Good show as always but for the first time there was a recycled comic doing the same exact jokes from last time. Still had me laughing.
    Checked out Heart bar and the music just did not sound as good as before. Then I went to Pure and the guestlist line was smooth. Beautiful venue but only one room was open and the appetizer music was definitely too old-school R&B for me. I left almost as soon as I got in, saying goodbye to this nice couple I had been talking to.

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    Came back to quad and got a 6 minute massages for $2 bucks on one of those black chairs. Relaxing.
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    Sat, Dec 14
    Showed up at Baccahanal buffet for breakfast and there was no line at 7:30am (even though I had prepared myself for massive lines). I used the $5 off coupon from checking in at Paris. Then I used $6 of my points. The total ended up being $15.12. I definitely won this trip. The food was fresh and average, apart from the desserts, donuts and pastries which were really tasty.

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    I would take the Rio or Planet Hollywood over this---not for price but for taste. I stayed until lunch time just to look and take pics of the offerings but was too stuffed to indulge.
    I played at Bellagio’s Avatar slots with $60 and the same happened—lots of bonuses and no wins.
    I hit up Ross on the Circus Circus end—3 more blazers for $40. Got a larger luggage from a souvenoir shop for $17.
    Watched DIVAS, my fav show in Vegas, and it was great as usual but Frank Marino, the host, was not there and his substitute was just not all that good.
    Took a walk through Forum shops and picked up a gelato.
    Went to Cleopatra’s Barge this night and the music was amazing and the crowd was great. Lounging until 2am.

    Sun, Dec 15
    Wynn gave me a 2-double panoramic room of the golf course and all the world of comps as I told you for 5 nights. When I entered the room, I was dumbstruck. I entered the magical wonderful world of Wynn and the all the uselessness of the past melted away.

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    Hit up the brunch buffet. Nothing to see here. Well actually, as always, beauty is here. But the food was so uninteresting. Everything tasted good but it was so uninspired. For $35.66 (comped), I need inspiration. Why do I say it was uninspired? My favorite thing on the menu was something I rarely care for.
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    I ate tons of meatloaf and mash. I also enjoyed their white chocolate rice krispie lollipops. Wynn, step it up. Maybe all buffets seem small now too.
    I played with my $300 and their $200 on slot machines. The machines were super cold. I played for about 4 hours though. At a point, I was just giving the machines money and I knew it. I would have played more but I recall being a fan of winning.
    Best hit was $60 on a red cent progressive. Unbecoming for Wynn. I received $853 coin-in.
    Then XS happened, for which I named my report.

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    Mon, Dec 16
    All I did today was soak. Soak up another buffet. Soak up the room and the ambiance. Soak up at the hot tub and the pool, which are extraordinarily gorgeous and played relaxing music like Sinatra and Stevie wonder. They even have all padded chairs. I would pay for Wynn just for this pool setting—a garden indeed.

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    Though the pool was warm enough, coming out of the water had me running back to the hot tub. Came back to the room to soak some more in an amazingly deep tub, which is probably why I knocked out after watching Legally Blond on TV and missed my guestlist reservation at XS for a second night. It’s not over XS…we will meet again in the future.

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    On to more wynning….
     
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    Thanks for posting such a comprehensive report!:thumbsup: I can't wait for the rest. So, what did you really think about the Fremont? Don't hold back. :evillaugh
     
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    Me too. Just a great upper to read.
     
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    Great stuff so far! And a room in front of Carnaval Court? You are adventurous!
     
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    Wow, you sure pack a lot into your trips.

    XS is by far my favorite club. I'm going for f9 days and am on the list for XS 4 times. It's just the vibe. Any of the EDM clubs in the Wynn/Encore should be good. However, nothing a will match the experience a group of hot girls will receive at a high-end club.

    If you're really into EDM, go to the EDC this year and listen to Jelli 96.7 on Vegas radio or streaming.

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    Enjoyed the report..a good read.
     
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    Great TR when I stand on my head and look from sideways!

    :confused2::wave:
     
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    I enjoyed the trip report. Look forward to hearing the rest. Your reports are always interesting to read. Have fun!!
     
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    I always enjoy your trip reports Sco. I can't believe how much you pack into a day and a trip. I look forward to reading about the rest of it.


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    Sco - glad yo hear you had such a cool time! Nothing like a new Vegas experience to get you jazzed on Vegas again.:beer: My wife and I are in our 50's but like music and dancing and we've even thought XS would be fun on the right night when we're feeling a little on the wild side. I will say that I think....no, I'm sure that the night club experince is probably totally different and considerably more expensive for an older couple or single guys than it it for a hot 20 something female.:wink2:

    Single guys & couples = no free drinks, no moving to the head of the line, no bouncer/doorman interested in whether you're having a good time...no nothing. Totally different world if you're not a young hottie but hey, that's the way of the world most everywhere, not just nightclubs.:wave:
     
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    Sco - You are truly a woman after my own heart! A kindred spirit! I also enjoy being in Vegas on solo trips. You however, take Vegas to a whole new level that I can only dream of! Your trip report is amazing! Thanks for all the details and the pics! I wish you luck with your post graduate work!/education and a future with good fortune and many more Vegas trips!
     
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