So, I visited Vegas on Oct 23-26th. This trip I decided to go by myself/solo. I went with my ex-brother in law the first time back in 2016 and although fun, I didn't want to hear "I don't have enough money" or "I don't want to do this or that or eat hear or there". Solo trip was the best decision I made with this trip. First night I arrived fairly late @ 10:30PM vegas time. Didn't get checked in and everything until about midnight. Walked around my hotel (Excalibur) and was pretty drunk from the flight there. Also, during the flight met a pretty cool person, couldn't remember his name but he stayed at the same hotel. Met another VMB member on here (name: Patman). I watched him play Craps (I've never played so he was explaining a bit of it to me) for about 15-20 minutes while he was waiting for his friend. We ended up going for pizza at a restaurant that I really wish I remembered the name of. It was amazing (although took 45+ minutes to get). We then went on our own way, I walked (seriously...) all the way to Fremont street from there. I couldn't feel my feet or legs by the end of it, went into the closest casino I found to sit down at a slot and rest my feet. Picked a megabucks machine and put in $50, Got a small jackpot of $500. By that time it was about 8PM so I took a bus back to my hotel while a crazy (I assume homeless) woman was preaching to everyone how casinos are evil and all of that stuff. Next day I woke up, Walked to Earl of Sandwhich as a friend back home told me I have to try it. Glad i did. Walked around a bit, had a few beers while talking to people from all over the world. Everyone was so friendly. So after all that, I went to the halo bar in Planet Hollywood while watching the line for Britney Spears start to grow longer and longer (I had a section 101 row 2 seat at this show). I thought it was a VIP line since I was quite early. Had probably 5 Coors Lights then asked the Will Call guy if this was a VIP/early entry line he said no, it's just the die hard fans lining up. Good to know so I lined up. Everyone will have their own opinion of her and her show but I went in not sure what to expect to be honest. I am a fan, but have heard many negative things such as non stop lip syncing etc. Got in, bought a shotglass, sat down (finally) and talked to anyone and everyone around me. Show started and god damn, I must say if anyone is on the fence about seeing that show, you will NOT be sitting there bored. The laser show they had in the middle was awesome. I would say 75% of it is her actual vocals and 25% was mixed on/off. But with someone dancing like that for pretty much 2 hours non stop, it's almost a given that some will be. Seat was awesome for the price, maybe a bit too far off to the right for my liking but whatever, it was pretty close. After the show, a few of the people I was sitting with decided to go and get shots, we walked the strip (not too far) and ended up getting some food. I then watched the Bellagio fountains right across the street from PH and made my way back to my hotel, got a burger, a shower, then walked around the hotel for a bit. Next day, I walked to the Earl of Sandwhich, got the italian sandwhich, walked back to my hotel and on my way back I saw the same guy with a service dog for the 5th time. Sign said he had a stroke and plays the guitar to make money now so I sat down beside him, offered him a smoke, we both had one and talked for about an hour. He said thanks for taking the time for talking to him. I said no problem and gave him a $20 bill. He was extremely grateful and never once asked for money, I'm very hesitant about giving money to any of these guys but I don't think this guy was lieing. That and I have a friend who's father has had 2 strokes. I then wen't back to my hotel, put my luggage in their storage room and had quite a bit of time to kill before catching my flight. Went to the casino bar and talked to a few people from Chicago. A much older woman sat beside me and ordered wine, said Hello, I'm Dave, said where I'm from and she looked shocked that I was talking to her, we talked for about an hour and before she left she shook my hand and said "Thanks for taking the time to talk to me, people your age don't ever talk to people my age (She was 77 and I'm 31). We did a cheers of our drinks, finished them off then went our separate ways. Made me feel good to make someone elses day better. Flew home and am now back to work. Will DEFINITELY visit vegas again, probably in mid 2019 as I plan to go to Mexico, Cuba or Jamaica next year. **Attached a picture of that amazing pizza, just because.