Day 7 Friday June 16th: Usually by this time we are done with Vegas and canâ€™t wait to get home to the kids (okay so they have four legs, they are still the kids!!), not so this trip. Neither of us wanted it to end! It seemed to be one of those perfect trips, where all you do is have fun! From start to finish it was a good time! I think with the last few years, with the storms, moving, changing careers and DH working 70 hours a week during the winter months, we had just forgotten about the important things in lifeâ€¦..which is spending good quality time together. Sure we have fun sometimes, but this trip was special. It was like a second honeymoon. My father in law did his own the thing the time he was with us and we had 3 days completely to ourselves, no one to have to pick or go meet for dinner, we could just do what we wanted. Usually my friend Linda and her Husband Marc are with us on our trips, but Linda is expecting so they werenâ€™t with us this tripâ€¦.As much as I love them both, and my father in law, it was great to have the time to ourselves. We woke up about 10am and decided to go to Silverton, they owed me a meal and we figured Breakfast at the CafÃ© would be good and it was!! DH had steak and eggs, coffee and juice, I had coffee and eggs, hashbrown and bacon. The bill would have been $22 if we were paying. Total cost was a tip. Nice way to start out the day. After eating we played some blackjack. I had a nice run and won some money, which was a pattern this trip I really liked!!! After blackjack I tried some Pai Gow, no luck so we left. We love the Silverton, it is a great place to play. Very clean, high ceilings good drink service and great pit bosses and dealersâ€¦â€¦â€¦One of the pit bosses remembered my husband as the one who didnâ€™t have the bonus bet down last year when he was dealt 5 aces!! Ooooopsâ€¦..He would probably kill me for repeating the story, but that was just one more ugly loss in a trip we didnâ€™t do so well on!! I like to remind him, how that win could have covered our room at Mirage. One of the other pit bosses said if he didnâ€™t have the bet out and others had the envy bet, he would have folded his hand unless they gave him $25 a piece!! LOL The one guy who won off my husband, had $5 out there and didnâ€™t even thank him. Anyway, we left Silverton and headed to Bellagio. We parked the car and went over to the Fontana to say hello to Diane. DH went and played Star Wars The Dark Side, he said it is very addicting. After he joined me, we decided to walk across to BC and play a bit. He played I sat and played some VP. Nothing happening there, it was about 3 and we had show reservations, so we went up and showered and changed, I watched the Fountains and we headed back to the Fontana. I played a little VP had a lemon drop and DH had a Bombay and Tonic, then we were going to go to Wynn, but on the way decided to stop at the Westinâ€¦â€¦.Down $40 without a cocktail it was now 4:30 and we headed out. Off to Wynn, on the way we decided just to go to Mirage, we wanted to eat something before the show and traffic on a Friday night wasnâ€™t pretty. Got to the Mirage and made it to Stack just as they were opening. We decided to sit at the bar, the bartenders were great and I started out with a Cucumber Martini which was yummy and refreshing. DH had a Bombay and Tonic. We were supposed to just get some picky foods before the show and then were going to go to Bootleggersâ€¦.I ordered the Tomato Soup with a Grilled Cheese Sandwich, DH had the wings, we also split the Pigs in a Blanket and an order of friesâ€¦I meant to order the Adult Tater Tots but forgot. After our â€œsnackâ€ we decided to give dessert a try, my husband loves jelly donuts so he ordered them and I had the apple pot pie and a Sâ€™Mores Martini. Both were awesome, and his jelly donuts were yummy!!!!!! I ended up ordering another Martini and he had a cup of coffee. We talked to a very nice couple at the bar from England, they were here celebrating her 40th birthday, which happened to be that day. It was a nice chat. We then got the check, total with all the drinks and the food including tip was $98. It wasnâ€™t the Foundation Room, but it was just as good in a simple way. There is something about comfort food that makes you smile. We will definately go back to try the steaks etc. Now for the show. As you walk into the theater everything is very 60â€™s looking, on the ceiling is a Union Jack Flag (not to be confused I guess with the English Flag which is simply Red and White). The ticket takers were in Lovely Rita Meter Maid costumes. I thought I wanted a program, but DH didnâ€™t want one so I didnâ€™t stop (there is a reason for me putting this in here, continue reading). The guys and girls behind the concession stand were in tie dyed shirts and everything was chrome looking. I got a Fiji water and headed up the stairs to the theater. The theater is in the round, though nothing is very far apart. I stopped in the ladies room, where I heard complaints about only have 3 stalls, all the women agreed a man must have designed the ladies room or loo. We got to our seats and someone stuck a heart on my husbands forehead. We apparently got there late because later I saw people with stamps on their faces and rubber flowers stuck to their shirts. I wish we had gotten there a little earlier. Or to our seats a few minutes earlier. The show started a few minutes later. I wonâ€™t go into detail for those of you who may want to be surprised, but I will say it was incredible. The mix of music and costumes and dancing and acrobatics was just awesome! When they did Octopusâ€™ Garden I was mesmerized. It was truly awesome! The show last about 90 minutes and the finale was just awesome!!! Email me if you want more details, I donâ€™t want to spoil it for anyone but to say, if you go and you are not on your feet at the end I would be very surprised!! I left with a huge smile on my face and a better understanding of the great music the Beatles created. My only disappointment was that we had originally had tickets the night before and Sir Paul McCartney had been in town that night. Who knows maybe he was celebrating his birthday a few days early!! The only downer in the show was the couple next to us who just didnâ€™t get into it at all. My foot was taping the whole time and I caught myself singing along at times, it really was awesome! My husband enjoyed it much more than I thought he would. He has always wanted to see a Cirque show, but we never got around to it, and with the reviews of this I thought he would be disappointed. As we were leaving the theater he went and found us a program, it appears he wants a shadow box to remember the show by!! HE LOVED IT!!! When we left and were waiting at Valet we were talking to others who had seen the show, they were in the upper balcony last row and they said their seats were great too. It doesnâ€™t appear that there is a bad seat in the house. We will definitely be going back to see it! Honestly it was the perfect ending to our trip. But wait, it wasnâ€™t over yet, after leaving we decided to go gamble some more, so back to Silverton we went. Once again it was a winning session. We played for a few hours and sadly made our way back to the Bellagio. I went by the Fontana to play some more and couldnâ€™t do anything right!! Or was it the annoying people that kept coming up to me asking for a cigarette or just standing too close. The music was good, but my money didnâ€™t last so I enjoyed my last lemon drop of the trip and went to play Star Warsâ€¦the dark side machine was taken so I played the regular version. I won enough to make back what I had lost at the Fontana and decided to call it a night. I got back to the room and read Marley and Me, a book my husband got me for my birthday about a wonderful yellow Lab. I finally drifted off to sleep about 2:30 am. We woke up a 8:30 and finished packing (my wonderful husband had packed the night before!!) and took our bags to the car. We stopped by the Fontana and said good-bye to Diane and we headed for the airport. DHâ€™s flight was an hour after mine so he dropped me off and went to fill up the tank and drop the car at dollar. We said our good-byes when he dropped me off and I sailed through security. It was sad because after the best trip we have ever had we were not leaving together I made it back home and 4 days later I am still trying to recover as I did not get in until 1am Eastern time and didnâ€™t get to sleep until after 4 am. I had to say hello to the dogs and play with them a bit, then the dog sitter got in from work and we chatted since she was leaving to move back to Utah on Sundayâ€¦. Thanks to all who took the time to read this extra long report. We had a blast and I loved reliving it!!