It's that time again. I'm sitting in the airport waiting for my flight to VEGAS! Shortly after the beating I took in Atlantic City in January, my Aunt called: "Hey I think I'm going to have to go to Vegas for work, want to come?" I'm a glutton for punishment, so of course I said, "Sign me up!" Unlike my norm, I'll be travelling with family for the whole trip - my mom, my aunt, and a cousin are with me for various portions. I'm excited because my family is awesome. But, a little nervous because I'm so used to solo-rolling Vegas and just doing my own thing. The family doesn't gamble much, so compromise will be the name of this game. Staying at: Treasure Island (2/28 - 3/4) - courtesy of Aunt's work Main Street Station (3/4 - 3/5) - comped Four Queens (3/5 - 3/6) - comped All new hotels for me - so looking forward to it, even though it's a bit heavy on the hotel hopping. Warning: This TR Will Include Copious Alcohol Consumption Video Poker (though perhaps not as much as normal) A Weird Mix of Cheap Eats and Fancy Food Sigma Derby Things on My To-Do List Prime Rib Special Downtown Pizza Rock Happy Hour Stage Door Mac King Things Always On My To-Do List, But That I Never Manage to Do: Big Elvis Pinball Hall of Fame Finally Learning How to Play Craps Frankie's Tiki Room Bob Taylor's Original Ranch House Neon Boneyard This might be my trip to finally do touristy Vegas things that aren't gambling. My mom is with me the whole trip and she's (1) not a huge gambler and (2) not very comfortable exploring a new place on her own. So, I'm looking for ideas on non-gambling things to do that aren't ridiculously expensive --- any advice?