For the fourth of July this year I went with 3 friends to Harrahs in AC. I couldn't believe how easy this trip was because I am always afraid of group trips, especially since I had NO AGENDA which is rare for me since I have my day-to-day itineraries for my Vegas trip. Initially they gave us a king suite but it was too small so we moved to a Bayview queen. We hit up THE MOST AMAZING indoor pool in history thus far at Harrahs. It's super gorgeous. We spent at lot of time in the jacuzzi areas, taking pictures. Took one of the most epic photos...it looked like professional! Ate at Applebees. Shopped at the outdoor mall area. Near Ballys, we got these delicious funnel cakes to share and walked on the beach for a little while! When we got back to the casino, they were all obsessed with the $1 wheel game. But we wanted to party first! So we went to the room to first take a nap. While everyone was napping, I went to play (to earn my comps). I hit immediately on a Wizard of Oz slot. I put in $20 and won $90. I had NO IDEA it was a nickel slot! SO I proceeded to play all the different versions of Wizard of Oz around the casino and basically lost $130 total. But I played through about $300 in 1 hour. It may not have been so impressive to the casino (lol because they took away my comps which was fine because I once played $1000 at Showboat for like 8 hours--betting on $5 and $10 slots--just so I could get weekend comps for girls night out trips which we also had in March last year...luckily on my Showboat trip I came back with all the money I spent). After losing, I went back up to the room and fell asleep. The girls woke up at 1am, feeling bad that we had all overslept for the club! So they proceeded to the $1 wheel game in the casino. I decided to stay in the bed though (i was pooped lol). With $20 bucks each they all played for like 2-3 hours on the $1 wheel. They each mostly stayed even (as i told them to always be 1, since its the number to come out most) but one of them got up to like $35 or $40 bucks. All in a day's work. Even though the pool and shopping was more their thing, I am glad they could low-roll too!