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Cosmo Terrace and scared of heights

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels' started by bri_castle, Nov 27, 2016.

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  1. GeorgeandTheBear

    GeorgeandTheBear High-Roller

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    I only made it 30 seconds into that video before turning it off...yikes!
     
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  2. IM ALL IN

    IM ALL IN High-Roller

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    I get it, people who know my ISM, say, well HOW CAN YOU FLY? My answer is, I'm not in control. I am NOT FLYING THE PLANE. So I'm good. I can fly. Doesn't bother me at all with the height. It's when I have control of the situation, that I actually COULD jump over the edge now that it's in front of me..It's a phobia. On the HighRoller...Not a chance. But because of other reasons. I like having a bathroom within 30 seconds. I'm told it's a 40 minute ride? NOT A FREAKING CHANCE I'd get on that...Another ISM.
     
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    I take my fear of heights in stride -- its an irrational fear in my opinion.

    For the record, at 1:20 in that video my palms had gotten so sweaty i turned it off. What a crazy/innate fear this whole thing is!

    To the OP: the railings are both glass, steel, and high enough that if you can stand "views" from height out an office building you should be just fine.
     
  4. vegasdev

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    I can barley stand on the landing there at the top of the outdoor escalator at the D.
     
  5. YukonSloMo

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    We just recently returned from a 57th floor one bedroom suite with a balcony facing the fountains. The design of the railings is such to reduce/eliminate any fears both of us had. We got into a routine of getting out on the balcony in the morning and then at the end of the night. What a wonderful perk to a fab resort.
     
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