Something about Vegas is so different than every other place I've ever been to. Part of it is that 95% of everyone you see is on vacation, and is going by what I call the "Snow Rule". Your area may have a different expression, but growing up in big East Coast cities, nobody says anything to you. You can see the same person every single day on a commute and hardly say hello in 5 years. Yet somehow when it snows a few inches and everyone comes out to look at it, everyone is chatty and friendly, hence the "Snow Rule". It's like people let their guard down. One thing I love to do in Vegas, and I know it's probably not a cool party thing to do, but I love to just wander around in every single nook and cranny that I can. Random casinos, hotels, etc. Then due to the Snow Rule, you're going to end up talking to someone somehow. The people watching is just freaking amazing there. For the most part everyone is friendly and wants to talk. Either about what they won, what they lost, where they are from, etc. Dam I could seriously do that all night, the later in the night the better. I've read all the articles about how Vegas is getting hit hard by online gambling and Reservation gambling. I just can't see how people would not want to go there for the social interaction part of Vegas. Best place in the world for it if you ask me. OK, I'm done pontificating for the night, need to go to YouTube to get my fix of Vegas videos and clips for the night! My June trip coming up is for 7 days so I need to find some fun little places to scout out to see on my upcoming trip.