Flying Delta out of Buffalo through Atlanta, our flights to and from LV were smooth and the flight attendents were pleasant and accomadating. No problems getting the rental car since the facility runs as smooth as silk. Checking into Paris there was a liitle line and that was surprising since we got there around 12:30pm. The lady checking us in was extremely nice and I told her this was our 16th honeymoon (kidding) and she replied that we should enjoy the room. When we got to the room it turned out to be a corner suite overlooking the Bellagio and the fountain show which we loved. Probably the best room we have ever recieved and a plus the week was comped from previous years. But we are not high rollers so the room was definatrly a plus. We didn't have a great gambling trip but did bring back some money, but the machines on the strip were tight. If you want to win at the slots you might want to hit the off strip casinos, we won at Orleans and Wild Wild West and also downtown.
Shows- This is a major part of all our trips since we love Vegas shows and this trip was no difference. We saw Vinnie Favorito at Flamingo who is a bit crude with the lanquage and picks on pretty much everyone in the croud, but the show is halarious and we had a good time, would go to this show again.
Legends in Concert at Harrahs is a very good impersonation show where Tom Jones and Micheal Jackson were great.
Menopause the Musical at Luxor was extremely funny and both the wife and I could put ourselves in the many songs they sang. Definately worth the time and money, great show.
Jubilee at Bally's is your typical Las Vegas showgirl show, we saw the late toples show which was tastefully done and the costumes were beautiful. also the singing was wonderful, worth the 2-4-1 that you can get almost anywhere.
Sandy Hackets Rat Pack Tribute at Riviera is in the LeBistro theatre and it is perfect for the show because it is a small theatre that makes you feel like your back in the early days watching Frank, Sammy, Dean and Joey perform. A fantastic show and a must see.
Don't forget to catch Big Elvis at Bill's Gambling Saloon, and if your downtown at night during the breaks of the Freemont Street Experiance shows in front of the Golden nugget there is a saxaphonist named Carl Ferris who puts on a great free show that will get your foot tapping.
Our trip was busy and just a great time. Oh I forgot to let everyone know that if you don't go to Ellis Island and get the BBQ then you shouldn't have gone to LV. This is the best Q that I have ever had and I will never go to Vegas again and not go at least once to eat this fine meal.
Viva las Vegas!!!!