When we were in Vegas in November we said that’s it for Vegas for a while. However, a couple of weeks ago I started to get the itch again and began to investigate our options. We live in BC Canada, close to the border so flying out of Washington state often makes financial sense. A while back I learned about Alaska having direct flights from Everett to Vegas. I had enough travel dollars with Alaska for two of us to fly Everett/Vegas return. The trip started Mar 4 with an overnight in Everett WA. We have regularly flown out of Bellingham and sometimes out of Seattle. Everett is a great little airport. A beautiful new building and a very relaxing atmosphere. We’d come to regret the decision of flying out of Everett though. This trip included my husband G and myself L. Something unique about us is that we are both recovering gambling addicts. We actually met in a gambling recovery group after gambling destroyed both our marriages/lives. He is 19 years clean and I’m at 9 years. About 5 years ago I had a conference to attend in Vegas. We decided to go and see what it was like. We had a great time on that trip and have been 6 times since. Some might find it odd. I have to admit the first couple of trips there were some twinges but we supported each other through it. I wouldn’t consider going to Vegas with anyone else other than him. Now it is all good. We enjoy all that Vegas has to offer besides gambling. I am Diamond with Caesars Rewards. How did I get this you may ask? Last March we took our 3 adult children to Vegas. Everyone required a separate room. We paid for everything. Cost us a bundle but we had to cancel a planned European vacation due to an illness so had money to spend! There was a bit of a cluster* getting all my 5X rewards points for all the rooms and get to Diamond. It took another trip to Vegas to sort it out! One thing to note though is that even though I’m Diamond I get no offers for free rooms nor do I get the $100 Diamond dinner because none of my tier credits are from gambling. I learned this after several trips to the rewards desk and some investigation by various staff. I guess they don’t get too many people that are Diamond and don’t gamble at all. We stayed at Harrahs. At least I get the benefit of no resort fees. I had booked a King Studio in the Valley tower. At check-in I upgraded to an Executive King Suite in the Valley tower for $50 a night. I wanted it for the coffee maker, the soaking tub and the fridge. At check-in I was told that not all Executive King Suites have tubs so I’m glad I mentioned I wanted a bathtub. We loved the room. Day 1 Thursday March 5 After we landed we decided to take the city bus to Harrahs. We’ve tried taxis, limos, Uber etc and thought it might be fun to try the bus. We were in no hurry to get anywhere. We took the CX bus to Flamingo and the Maryland Parkway and then transferred to the 202 up Flamingo to Las Vegas Blvd. It was quite easy and kind of interesting to try. After checking in about 2:00 we headed to Carnival Court for a drink. We both love it there. Afterwards we walked to CVS for some Titos and soda for the room. We also visited Planet 13. We did plenty of imbibing throughout the afternoon. We weren’t sure where to go for dinner. We decided to just grab something from the Fulton Street Food Hall. We brought it back up to the room to eat. About an hour later we were getting ready to head out to Blue Man Group. I guess we were more loaded than we thought because my husband then asked, ‘Have we had supper yet?’. I found that hysterically funny and we both laughed til we cried as we had eaten only an hour previous. All during our trip in order to get a chuckle out of each other we would say ‘Have we had supper yet?’ and laugh and laugh. (hence the title of this trip report). We went to Blue Man Group that night at Luxor and we thought it was fantastic. We had bought our tickets a few days ahead on Vegas.com. I think they were $65 each.