Stop 11: Las Vegas, Nevada

Of all the places we’ve been, Las Vegas turned out to be the least picturesque. I didn’t take but one photo here.

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View from our room on the 26th floor of the Paris Hotel and Casino. 

What we did do was walk around, eat some decent sushi, drink, and win $19. Big time. It was fun, if not a bit overwhelming.

But I don’t have much to say about this place. Every casino is basically the same. It’s kind of like Gatlinburg. People push babies in strollers on the streets here, which seems crazy. The fountains at The Bellagio were very cool to watch, and we could see it all from our hotel room windows.

Tip: buy beer from the vendors with coolers on the street. So much cheaper.

I’m glad we visited, but I don’t see a reason for us to come back here. We certainly had fun, but they call it “Lost Wages” for a reason.

Next stop: Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona.

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