Las Vegas

So after getting the Vegas essentials out the way, it was time to take a flight to San Francisco, the place I had the highest expectations for being one of the better places for food, culture, architecture, acceptance, forward thinking and also home to Silicone Valley too. Fortunately it didn’t disappoint, and I came across few homeless beggars in comparison to LA.

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Vegas Photo Essay Part 2

February 11, 2014 · 0 comments

This is a continuation from the last post‘s photo essay. Enjoy!

Bellagio fountains

The famous fountains

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A Few Days in Vegas

February 4, 2014 · 2 comments

The remaining time in Las Vegas was during the usual rounds of casinos, Fremont street, and a change from the Flamingo Hotel to the Luxor hotel (the big pyramid one with the giant light pointing from the top). If you want a decent Vegas story, get Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas by Hunter S. Thompson (UK Link), or the film based on the same book starring Jonny Depp.

So rather than boast about how I came out $30 up, watched a show had 3 days of rain in a desert and all that usual tourist nonsense, I thought I’d make this a photo essay instead. So here you go:

Vegas Hotel

New York New York

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Awake and panicking about returning the rental car on time, we spent the late morning driving out to the direction of the airport, not the most relaxing start, but who ever said Vegas was relaxing?

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Driving to Vegas

January 21, 2014 · 0 comments

Refreshed from real sleep, like normal people get, I was excited to be going to Vegas, via American muscle car. Sin City, here we come… of course Harue wanted to meet another family member first (which was great) and also go shopping (not so much).

Half a wasted day later, mostly in a generic shopping mall found in every developed country in the world, and I knew I had to cross the Hoover Dam off my list. Apparently outlet stores are more fascinating for a lady with some dollars burning a hole in her coach bag. Welcome to marriage life, compromising is the Read the rest! \(^u^)/ →

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