This is the last Vegas post, I swear. I was going through all my pictures and realized that 1) I didn’t take as many pictures as I would have liked to and 2) I didn’t get to share all the ones I wanted to. So, here are a few of my favorite pictures from the trip. After this post, I’ll go back to talking about the important things. Like my poops.
Here’s our hotel on a particularly sunny day. I guess the other days could have been sunny, but I didn’t notice. Or I was just indoors and drunk. Still, I think NY, NY is a cool looking hotel and I’m still bummed I didn’t have time to ride the coaster.
The Eiffel Tower at Paris was huge. It’s crazy that the real one dwarfs the Vegas one in size. Or so I hear. I guess I’ll just have to find out for myself.
I was disappointed that we never ran by the Vegas sign during the half marathon because I really wanted to see it. Turns out I thought it was on the opposite side of the strip. When we were picked up for the Hoover Dam tour, the driver had a half hour to kill before we picked up the next group of people, so he took us to the sign. It’s smaller than I thought it would be. Also, my eyes might be closed.
If you want to make extra money, stand near this sign and charge people $1 to take their picture. There was a girl banking some Washingtons when we got there.
A bubble color-changing Christmas tree outside the Venetian.
These people were creepy-cool and had 2 masks on – one on their face and one on the top of their head, so no matter how they moved it seemed like they were staring at you. We saw them outside the Venetian while waiting for Meghann and Anne to show us their dance moves.
My between meal snack.
Christmas decorations at the Bellagio. The polar bears are made completely out of flowers. So pretty. And crowded.
And that’s the end of Vegas. It was a lot of fun, but I’m glad to be back to normal priced beer and clean indoor air.
Have you been to Vegas? What’s your favorite thing to do there?