Yeah, that was the theme of this trip. Not intentional, but it happened. So many places to try, so few trips. Anyway, there's a "holiday" party going on at work today, so I took a break from that to finish up some notes. Here's the trip report, mostly about food. When: Sunday, November 16 - Thursday, November 20 What: Solo trip to relax (not that it ever happens in Vegas) Transportation Flew Delta through Cincinnati to Vegas for $330. Landed at 5:30 PM on Sunday night, 15 minutes ahead of schedule. I was worried about delays due to the runway repaving project going on, but there was no need. There were no delays leaving at 7:30 AM on Thursday morning, although it took about 20 minutes to get through the self check-in. Anyone else remember when self check-in took about 2 minutes? What happened to that? The plane on the way back was great - with an entertainment system in the back of every seat. There was live TV (maybe a dozen stations), recorded shows, movies, music channels, complete albums, games. There was a charge for movies and games from Vegas to Cincinnati, everything else was free. From Cincinnati to Hartford, everything was free. It was a great way to pass time. Rental car from Budget. Got a Kia Spectra for four days for a total of $99. That had to be some kind of mistake, because the airport fees on rental cars usually come to more than that, but I'm not complaining. Although I didn't know it at the time, it appears I used up all my luck for the trip on arrival. The plane touched down at 5:30. Taxied to the gate. Got off the plane. Go my luggage. Walked right onto a rental car center shuttle bus with no wait. Picked up a car. Drove up to TI on I-15, and was pulling into their parking garage at 6:30. All within an hour. Amazing! But not much luck left for gambling. Hotel Treasure Island (TI) for 4 nights - 3 comped, 1 at casino rate of $79. The promotion I had received also include 2 buffet meals and $50 in freeplay. Nothing wrong with that. I didn't bother trying the $20 trick. I'm never in the room except to sleep. I got a room up on the 33rd floor (out of 36), and had a room at the end of the hallway, with windows on two sides of the room. One window faced Wynn & Encore, and the other faced Trump and the mountains. I really like TI. The regular rooms are comparable to what you would find at a Marriott, which is plenty good for me. I'm there to sleep, and get ready in the morning. Other than that, it's a place to find a safe that sometimes has more money for me. I like the feel of the hotel too. I got a similar offer from Mirage for this trip, and opted for TI instead. I just like the place.