Penn and Teller tops my list. I've seen their show multiple times, and they have always been great.
I drove out from Michigan in the fall of 2017 to spend about a month in town doing research at UNLV. I made it a 4-day drive with overnights in...
Metro Pizza. The Decatur location is the best, but the Tropicana one is also good. (I've not been to the others.)
2000 days after we met, in the year 2000, at the Candlelight Chapel across the street from the Riviera. It was our first trip to Las Vegas....
Riviera. Not even close. Best comedy club on the Strip for many years.
112 (approximately) last year. Twelve so far this year, but I've not been to Vegas yet in 2018. Arriving there on Friday, so the count's going up.
Text Me Merry Christmas, by Straight no Chaser.
I think the design of NYNY is meant to evoke 1930s New York, hence no WTC.
Wild Wild West, 2000. Eloped to LV and didn't really expect that we'd be back. Trip #24 is coming up this December.
As George Carlin predicted, he's probably going behind door #4.
Last lunch @ Top of the World. We like looking out over the valley as the trip winds down.
The time in between National Finals Rodeo and Christmas tends to be slow.
And relatively inexpensive.
I've stayed at the Orleans many times, and there's almost always been a long line of cabs waiting for fares.
Blackjack Autumn by Barry Meadow is a really good book.
Could it be that the rewards you already booked stay on the books and count against the limit until they're redeemed?
The Orleans is well worth a visit.
Indeed it is. A great story about a Vegas legend.
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