I’ll be going to Las Vegas on my first solo trip in about 10 years, since my SO has other plans this time. I’ll be arriving on Monday morning, staying at the Hotel Apache for the first time for two nights using a $100 credit from the Binion’s app. (I would have rather used that at their steakhouse - I have been wanting to try their chicken fried lobster - but it doesn’t look like the steakhouse will be open.) I am planning to do most of my downtown gambling at the Four Queens, but I also intend to stop in at the D to collect some match play chips with my Southwest boarding pass. I will also try to get to El Cortez for some free play from the boarding pass. In addition, I plan to stop in at the Golden Gate, because I liked the bar and the service when I was there last year, and because I would like to get on their radar for a possible future Circa offer. I’ve heard that they recently switched to a drink voucher system there, so I expect to have a report on that. On Wednesday, I’ll be moving to NYNY for two comped nights. I was a little surprised that the room was comped; I stayed there last year for the first time (which was also the first time that I had stayed at a MGM property in about ten years), and I only played about six hours of 25 cent video poker. I suppose that I booked at just the right time. My only south strip plan is to do a MyKONAMI freeplay mission; I can redeem four of those for $25, and I have one each at NYNY, Excalibur, Luxor, and Mandalay Bay. I should be hitting Mandalay Bay on the first or second day of their reopening. Also, when I checked my MLife app, I was very surprised to find that I have $20 in freeplay at the Luxor; I’m pretty sure that the last time I was there was in 2009. That’s about it - I expect that it will feel a bit strange to me to be experiencing Vegas on my own after so long, but it might be nice to not have to worry about whether or not my SO is enjoying herself. It won’t take anything too special to keep myself happy - all I really want is some good bartop video poker with plenty of drinks flowing, maybe a little bit of slot machine play, a nice steak or two, and a room within stumbling distance of the casino floor. Some craps would be nice too, but I’m not sure if it will be as enjoyable with plexiglass dividers and/or masks. The lack of shows doesn’t bother me; I’ve already seen all of the shows I am interested in, with the exception of Wayne Newton. I’m not thrilled about the mask requirement, but I understand and agree with the need for it, and I intend to comply with it without complaint. I’ll try to look at table minimums if I remember, and I’ll report on those and anything else which seems noteworthy. If anyone has questions about the properties I have mentioned, please reply to this thread and I’ll see if I can find some answers for you.