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Two winning trips in one. March 21-25 at Hotel32 and April 3rd at Cosmo.

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  1. lvmb

    lvmb Low-Roller

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    My Trip Report

    These "two" trips were really just the start and end of our annual holiday/vaction this year.

    On our first trip to Las Vegas in 2007 we visited Grand Canyon (West Rim) on a Fly/Helicopter/Boat day trip. We thought it was fantastic, but ever since then we had been planning to go to the National Park proper and see the "real deal" South Rim.

    This was my 11th trip (my wife's 8th) and we finally made it.

    We flew into Las Vegas from the UK. Stayed at Hotel32 for 5 nights, drove to Grand Canyon for 2 nights, drove from there to San Diego for 6 nights and finally drove back to Las Vegas for 1 night at Cosmopolitan before our overnight flight back to the UK the following day.


    Highlights of the Vegas trips:

    Bat in the room!!!

    Eagles in concert.

    Cirque "Love"

    Hail Mary gambling recoveries usually reserved for the likes of BeeeJay (which I normally lose!)

    Overheard conversation of a "Soiled Dove"

    Cosmo's semi-reluctant double room upgrade.

    Good gambling Karma.

    Two winning trips in one!!!


    Will post as replies.....
     
  2. lvmb

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    Arriving quickly for once.

    The trip started well. Very well.

    We were travelling PE on Virgin Atlantic non-stop/direct from Gatwick so we were very quickly off the plane.
    Since we are fast walkers we arrived at the entrance of the Customs/Border Security hall within the first 5 or 6 people.
    Honestly, we didn't actually trample over any children, bowl old ladies out of way or knock the crutches away from the injured :angel:.
    (But that's probably because there weren't any in the way. 10+ hours of nicotine deprivation doesn't do much for your conscience. Or patience. :wink2:)

    We came grinding to a halt from our speed walk in complete shock: The hall was empty and the booths were staffed!
    On almost all of our past trips the hall has been at least a half full and we've had to wait in a queue / line almost back to London in length for the single "non Citizen" agent. At least 10 other agents are usually sat around waiting for the single American citizen on the flight to make it to the hall.
    We were through in a matter of seconds.

    Being a "glass is half empty" sort of person I expected to do penance at baggage claim with an hours wait for our bags. Nope! Our bags were off before the first bag out had made it's full lap of the carousel.

    Surely the limo won't be waiting too? Yep! There was a driver with our name held up.
    Quick smoke, and off to the hotel we went.

    The Hotel32 rooms include "complimentary" (read: priced in) limo transfer, and on arrival at the hotel there is a Bell person waiting for you. We were greeted by name and whisked through reception to the lifts / elevators and up to the dedicated check in on the 32nd floor.

    All in all, from wheels down to room took about 35 minutes. Amazing.
     
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    Looking forward to this TR:beer: Great Start!
     
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    Hotel32

    We've stayed at Monte Carlo in standard rooms for the last few trips as we love the location and manageable size of the casino.

    This time in Hotel32 was thanks to the last of the great comp gravy train offers from last year. We booked it in July 2012 for 3 nights comped and 2 paid ourselves.

    The Hotel32 experience was altogether excellent. The 32nd floor has very plush decoration in the public areas, a lounge with food, drinks and a great view. The staff were, without fail, friendly and helpful.

    The room itself was just the standard Hotel32 Studio (not a loft), the same size as the Monte Carlo rooms, but again with very nice decoration and higher quality fixtures, fittings and bath products.

    When we dived in and out of the room after check in , the only thing we found missing from the room was an ironing board and iron.

    When we got back to the room later after a great meal at Dragon Noodle, we found out they weren't "missing" at all because the hotel offers a complimentary pressing service. Cool. We hate ironing.

    Over the course of the trip we found the only "drawback" with Hotel32 is the card access needed in the lift/elevator.
    It seems to give everyone the right to make some sort of comment to you when you share a ride :poke: . They range from "stage whisper" explanations to other guests that you're in the penthouse (so not true unfortunately!), to questions about how nice it is, to how rich you are (also not at all true unfortunately!!! :cry:)
     
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    On to the bat!

    My wife retired early after the long flight and I went down to get my gamble on with the freeplay from the offer.

    When I got back to the room she was sort of awake, and mentioned that she thought there might be big moth in the room or the aircon had a lose section as she'd heard flapping. I couldn't hear anything particular and she didn't want the light on to investigate as she was virtually asleep still, so we left it.

    The following morning ( I use the term "morning" very loosely as an 8 hour jet lag makes that about 4am) she woke me up to confirm (in no uncertain terms!) that the large moth/aircon noise was actually a bat which was now "roosting" on the curtain rail.

    Having made the situation very clear to my befuddled, jet-lagged half asleep self she retired to the bathroom with the door shut as she hates things like birds/butterflies/moths flapping around her.

    It's only fair to give credit to the profesionalism of the front desk that when I rang to find out if I needed Security or animal control to remove a bat from my room that they didn't just hang up. I guess if you work in Vegas long enough you've heard it all before.

    I was put through to Security where I felt duty bound to point out that a) It was a flapping bat not a baseball one and b) I was stone cold sober.
    About 10 minutes later Security arrived looking dubious about my story, but once he saw the bat he radio'd in a fairly shocked way "Yes, confirmed it is actually a bat".

    Next visitor was maintenace with a large bag and a broom which he tried to tape together to make a butterly net. That didn't work out well :rolleyes2:. He just disturbed it and it started flying laps round the room. It was pretty large, it's wingspan seemed to be about the size of a hardback book.

    At his point, more bat trained people knocked the door equipped with a genuine net. I let them in as my wife made a sharp exit to play the Goldfish slot downstairs while our little crowd dealt with the wildlife.

    The new "bat man" struck a pose, gauged the fligh path and snagged the bat with his first attempt. :trophy

    It was quickly removed from the room, and I went off in search of my wife and breakfast.
     
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    Eagles and Cirque.

    When we come to Las Vegas we always try to see at least one or two shows.
    So far, we've seen Ka, The Tournament of Kings, 'O' 3 times, Mystere, Love twice, Bette Midler, Jersey Boys, Penn & Teller, Jubilee, Blue Man Group and the Professional Bull Riding finals.

    Coming from the UK means it's better to book flights months in advance before the concert schedules have been published.
    We've been a little unlucky with the timings as we've missed being in town for the Sting and Carole King/ James Taylor shows by just a few days. This time, however, fate was on our side and the Eagles concert was announced while we were in town.

    Before I booked the tickets I did a quick google to make sure that we weren't paying to see 1 original member with a shot voice and a load of session musicians. Once I was re-assured I spent the money, and it was worth every penny/cent.

    The concert was absolutely brilliant. 4 of the classic line up were playing. Glenn Frey, Don Henley, Timothy Schmidt and Joe Walsh. The musicianship was still fantastic, the band tight and all the hits were played including the solo hits of Joe Walsh and Don Henley.

    The band interacted well with the audience and the video screen backdrops were filled with interesting images from the band's history.

    Their voices were showing a few minor signs of age (omitting some of the soaring high notes, rather than tryiing to hit them and missing), but the harmonies were still sublime, and the whole experience was amazing.

    Stand out moment for me: Take It To The Limit :nworthy:.

    Must give a quick mention of the audience. Never seen so many ill-judged clothing choices in my life. There are a couple of sayings in the UK to describe them. "Mutton dressed as lamb" and "Kronenberg/ 1664 syndrome" spring to mind (Google "urban dictionary" with them if they don't translate for our American friends)

    The guys weren't much better. Beer guts held in by enormous belt buckles under original 1972 tour tee-shirts, lots of leather trousers, and a couple of noteworthy maverics: one spectacular guy in a brilliant white 3 piece suit, and another Hawaiian explosion which drew our attention.

    The couples were a strange mix of original fans and original fans + trophy wives. Hilarious. Hope I made others laugh as much with my shiny bald head and middle aged gut.



    Love

    Utterly mind blowing show. Heartily recommend it to anyone, Beatles fan or not. This was our 3rd time of seeing this show and we still discovered new parts we didn't notice last time. There is so much going on it's impossible to take it all in. The bonus is that there isn't a bad seat in the house, so you can focus on different aspects of the show each time you see it.
     
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    I'm loving this report! A bat?? I wonder how it got into your room? Crazy. My husband would've freaked out!

    Glad to hear what you say about Love...we are seeing it for the 2nd time in a few weeks from a MUCH closer seat so it will be interesting to see what we might've missed the first time or how different it is up close.

    more report! more report!
     
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    Thanks for reading! More on the way in just a minute.

    We guess the bat must have come in the open window, and been asleep during the day when we checked in. The first thing we did when we got into the room was close the window and turn the a/c up.

    I'm sure you'll almost enjoy Love even more the 2nd time round. I'm jealous!
     
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    The Gambing (part 1 of 2)

    My last trip was at Xmas where I managed my first ever winning trip after 9 previous attempts.
    This trip was all about not expecting to win again, but secretly hoping to.

    I'd got a way overgenerous corporate offer of $450 Freeplay last year. I don't think I gamble anywhere near that level, but if they offer I'm more than happy to take it!

    So on day one (before the Bat) I'd gone down to run through the Freeplay.

    I always treat whatever Freeplay I get as "free" money and play way above my usual level in the hopes of hitting the big one. (0 for 10 on that idea!)
    I settled down for a quick few minutes at a $5 JOB machine and managed to turn the $450 in about $600 at one point, converting all the freeplay to real cash. Unfortunately I got carried away and continued playing in hopes of getting a top hand. It's amazing how quickly it disappears at that level and I came to my senses with about $250 remaining on the machine but a few more tier points.

    Off to Blackjack next, where I play at $15-$25 dollar level in order to eke out a few comps for what I'm losing. I do press fairly aggressively if I ever get "up" from my buy in. Generally, I don't manage that though!
    Had a good couple of hours and ended the day up by about $300 or so.

    I usually have an envelope per day for the gambling funds. Having won on the first day, I went out on day 2 with a spring in my step and only the day 1 budget and winnings. I abandoned the budget envelopes, and just had 2 labelled "Even" and "Profit". Pretty self-explanatory I think. So long as I was playing out of the "Profit" envelope I was going home at least even for the whole trip.

    From here days 2 and 3 are a bit of a blur. I managed to fit in several sessions of Blackjack between trips to the shops, eating and seeing the shows. I can best sum it up by saying for every losing session I had at Monte Carlo, I'd win at Venetian and make some extra. When I lost at Caesars, I came back to Monte Carlo and won it all back plus some more.
    In between Blackjack sessions I was playing slots pretty much breaking even.
    At this point I think I was up about $2000 for the trip.


    The end of day 3 was meltdown and the first Hail Mary success.

    Lost quite badly when I got back to Monte Carlo in the evening. I took more from the profit envelope, and went back to my "lucky" table. Not so lucky today.

    Funny thing happened while I was losing though. There was a guy playing who had 2 artificial hands. "E" was obviously well known to the crew and was great fun. Because of the hands, the dealers were placing his bets for him and taking verbal instruction on hit/stand. E's own foible was that he wanted all of his chips (black btw!) in a single "tower". When it fell over, he'd quit the game having won enough. Now considering he was playing 2 spots at between $200 - $1000 per time you can imagine the tower was pretty precarious most of the time.

    At some point E won both spots with a good chunk of change on each one. When the dealer came to pay him out, he inadvertently started counting out E's stack off the tower to pay his wagers!

    Man, the smack talk E dished out was hilarious!
    "You’re paying me with my own money!!!"
    "What sort of a Casino is this?!?"
    "Gaming!!!!" . You can imagine the rest...
    The dealer was killing himself laughing, the pit boss was almost doubled over and the rest of us at the table were nearly in tears for laughing.

    Despite the table being fun, I got tired of the beating at Blackjack and went off to the Roulette table with another $400 from the profit envelope.

    On the few occasions when I play Roulette I play an almost Martingale on the "12's".
    i.e. $10 on first 12, then $20 if it loses, $40 etc. Each time you win, you get back your stake plus an equal profit. If I win, I sideline the winnings and start again at $10. If I win a few I start placing single numbers too.

    Of course, since I only bankroll myself for 6 or so spins (max bet $160) it can be a very short session if you don't win.
    This time since I was playing with house money I also spread about $25 across about 5 or 6 numbers inside (including BeeJays beloved 17 and 20).

    Some of his luck finally came my way when I hit a single number on the first spin! Bang. $175 back.
    3 or 4 spins later. Bang! Another single number spin.$175.
    The Martingale section was paying out at $40 and $80 and pretty soon I had a nice little stack of chips.
    Of course, at this point I fell victim to the "I'm invincible" delusion and stayed too long at the table. The Martingale reached $160 and lost.

    The sidelined chips totalled $400 so I had a final rush of blood to the head and placed them all on 3rd 12. Hail Mary!
    BOOM!!!! High fives all round the table, a tip for the dealer and off up to my room having saved the day with an $800 overall profit.
     
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    I have met the guy with the artificial arms on my trip in March aswell. Really nice guy !
     
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    The Gambling (2 of 2)

    Day 4 was another bad one on the gambling front.

    It was a slow bleed all day. At the very end of the evening session I'd felted on Blackjack after re-buying in with all the remaining $20's in my pocket.
    Not quite as bad as the walk of shame to the ATM, but pretty embarrassing.

    Feeling deflated, I was heading back to my room with just $15 in singles (tip money!).

    I thought I may as well throw another Hail Mary...
    The last slot I encountered was a dollar denomination 3 coin Double Diamond Top Dollar. 5 spins for redemption and glory or complete wipe out for the day.

    First spin, nothing.
    Second spin, nothing.
    Third spin, nothing.
    I'm slumped on the chair with self pity. "Idiot!, you know very well most of the miracle hits on the net are made up or exaggerated".
    Fourth spin, nothing. Now I can't even order a drink cause I couldn't tip the waitress if I did.
    Final spin. KABOOM! Triple Bar, Triple Bar. Double Diamond!! $160.
    Did I take this as a consolation for a bad day on the tables, a loss reducing stroke of luck? Hell no. It's an omen of changed fortune and I'm off to the races again!

    One of the minor irritants when playing Blackjack for a long session is the drive by gamblers, who buy in for too little to play for any length of time.

    Here I was with only $150 ($10 of the $160 converted back to singles for tips!) and wanting to make a fast profit at $25 a hand. I really will have to rethink my position on drive bys in future...
    I found a $15 dollar table, asked the young couple playing if they minded me jumping in, apologised in advance for only being there for a few hands (glass is half empty, remember?) and dived in.
    To cut an increasingly long story short I had a great session over the next hour or so, and cashed out at $1500!

    Now, I don't blame any of you for doubting this story, but that's exactly how it went down.
    While I was pressing like a lunatic, I noticed that the young guy was pressing too, but sticking to red chips only as he felt they were lucky. When I cashed out there was a spare red chip after tipping the dealer, so I passed it over to him "for luck" and as a small token of thanks for not giving me a hard time for invading their table.

    I had 1 final winning session on the morning we checked out for a final result of +$3.5k overall.

    Against all odds and expectations it was another winning trip!
     

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    Was that playing Blackjack at Monte Carlo too? Maybe we were at the same table without realising it?
     
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    Business plans of a Soiled Dove

    Call me naive, but in Las Vegas I find it next to impossible to tell the difference between the scantily clad "gifted amateurs" and the "professionals" when trying to guess whether the young lady in question is one of negotiable affections or not :confused2:.

    Waiting at the Valet one morning (when we were heading out to breakfast at the Blueberry Hill diner on Flamingo), we noticed a young woman on her cell phone having an animated conversation with her father.

    Initially we guessed, since she was still (un)dressed for a night on the town, that he was giving her a piece of his mind about being out all night without letting him know.

    As she teetered up and down on the platform shoes, we kept hearing more snippets of the conversation and it became clear that
    ..."Daddy" very probably wasn't.... :eek:
    ...and the reason she hadn't gone home was a night spent in holding...:blink:
    ...and that "Daddy" should probably get rid of her "friend", who was disrupting her business plans by undercharging and poaching her customer base :eek:
    ...and said "friend" really shouldn't run her mouth off to the POlice when questioned, lest it disrupt the family business :eek2.


    Quite the education you get at the Valet in Vegas :whistle:.
    Highly recommend Blueberry Hill for breakfast though :thumbsup:.
     
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    Cosmo's semi-reluctant double room upgrade

    We left Las Vegas for Grand Canyon on the 26th March, and rolled back into town on 3rd April after a 550 mile drive from San Diego.

    Having left LV with a profit of $3.5K we paid for everything from checkout at Hotel32 to our return to Las Vegas in cash. It funded all hotels, meals and excursions that weren't pre-paid from home. What a great holiday it had been.

    The final icing on the cake was to be our Terrace Studio premium view room at Cosmopolitan.
    After such a long drive we were ready to freshen up and relax watching the Bellagio fountains from the balcony. Well, my wife was. I wanted to play blackjack....

    When we checked in the lady behind the counter said she had good news for us, and that we were being upgraded for free to a Wrap-around Terrace room. Fantastic! Could this holiday get any better?

    Call it car-lag, but it wasn't until we were schlepping through the Casino to the elevators that either of us thought about the view.
    Having already covered 550 miles in the car, and 400 through the casino on foot we decided to go and take a look at the room instead of going straight back to reception to check. We figured we'd go check it out, because a massive luxurious room with a mountain view would be OK by us.

    We got up to the 19th floor, opened the door and were
    wowed by the entrance hallway...
    impressed by the half bathroom in the hall....
    stunned by the vast living area....
    amazed by the huge bedroom....
    delighted with the massive tub and main bathroom...

    and more than a little miffed by the view of a parking garage, the side of a building, and some air-conditioning units.

    We had a couple of minutes of oohing and ahhing at the room, and then came the dreaded question to ourselves.
    Did we want the space or the view? At the end of the day it came down to the fact we were only there for one night and we'd both really wanted to be able to see a different perspective on the Bellagio fountains.

    My wife got on the phone to the front desk, attempting to get us "downgraded" back to our Terrace Studio with a view.
    Unfortunately, the operator was in such a hurry to rectify our problem that my wife didn't have time to explain that we only wanted to move back to the room we'd booked. She was put on hold for about 3 minutes while the "problem" was passed to a more senior operative.

    When they got back to my wife, I could tell from her side of the conversation that the request has been mis-translated to the new person as "ungrateful so and so's want the premium view wrap-around when we've already given them the free upgrade from a Terrace Studio" and she was being refused in no uncertain terms.

    Very calmly I thought, given the 6 hours in the car and 4 hours walking through the hotel, my wife made it clear that no, she wasn't asking for a wrap around suite with a fountain view, just the room we booked. A terrace studio with a view.

    Back on hold for another 2 minutes and the operative came back with copious apologies for the misunderstanding and short reply given earlier, and a wrap-around terrace suite with a fountain view! Yee Haa!

    Of course, it meant another 3 months walking back down to reception because for some reason they couldn't switch the keys remotely even though they'd tried...

    On a further plus note (as if one were needed!), while my wife went to deal with the key switch, I'd dropped into a slot chair for a smoke and won $170 off a $20 buy in.

    We like Cosmopolitan. :evillaugh

    Edit: mileage from San Diego was only 326, it was 550 from GC to SD!
     
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    Good Gambling Karma

    After we'd finally sorted out the room, my wife hit the spa and I hit the tables with $750 of last week’s profits.

    She had a great time at the spa. I lost all my money at Blackjack.

    We met up for dinner at Comme Ca, which was excellent, one of the best meals we've had in Las Vegas.
    Don't ask me what we had, I can only remember it was cooked brilliantly and tasted delicious. If anyone really wants to know, I'll ask my wife...

    I was keen to regain my losses from earlier, so when my wife turned in for the night I raided the profit envelope for another $750.
    The profit envelope was now a "notional" envelope, since we'd spent a lot of it paying for the rest of holiday. I still had cash from my original gambling budget left though.

    During the losing session that followed I banked some Good Gambling Karma I think...

    I was playing at a table with 2 other guys who'd been there quite a while with me, and we were getting along fine. Not a huge amount of chat, just passing the time and playing the game. Up and down. No one on a heater, no one on tilt.

    At some point the dealer hit a hard 17 and bust while I was holding a 20.
    Unfortunately my mouth was engaged to protest before my brain got any say in the matter and checked the rest of the table’s hands.
    The other 2 guys had 16 and 15 respectively and my haste had turned a house mistake from a win into a loss for both of them.
    I was mortified, because I wouldn't usually interfere with anyone else’s hand if the mistake was in their favour. I'd just seen the mistake and spoken up too quickly.

    Thankfully, they were betting manageable amounts so I covered both of their lost bets for them. They were very gracious about it, saying that it was honest on my part and they weren't going to bust my chops for being honest.

    We carried on playing for quite a while, and they eventually left. I finally felted out and went off in search of another miraculous slot come back.
    Didn't find one!

    The following morning the Good Gambling Karma bank paid out on my final session for the whole trip. I managed to turn a final $500 dollar buy in into a cash out of $3000.

    Overall combined gambling profit for the trip was now $4.5K and we're already booked to come back in November on the strength of that!

    Hope you enjoyed the report. Thanks for reading and good luck to all of you :beer:
     
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    Thank you for a great TR, and all the gambling details. Congrats on leaving up:beer:
     
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    great report! Never heard of a bat in a hotel room in Vegas...always a first for everything :beer:
     
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    Truly enjoyed your report.

    I hope I never have the "bat" Vegas experience!! LOL
     
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    Totally agree. We enjoyed the concert, but we were amazed at how many people looked like they time-traveled from 1973 for the concert. :eek:
     
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    Wow! Thank you all for the kind comments!
     
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