Do you prefer the lime green or the plum?
This is our new luggage for our trip to Las Vegas. Steve says he won’t have to search for our luggage when the plane lands, it will be outstanding.
This is our first trip to Las Vegas. We are excited and looking forward to an interesting and fun time. Steve will be playing poker at the Bellagio. We will be touring the Red Rock Conservation Area. Our realtor, Debbie Drummond, will be giving us a tour of the city. We have dinner planned with friends. Breakfast with another friend. We do get a thrill meeting Twitter friends in real life.
It has been suggested we take in the laser light show in downtown Vegas which I am told is now known as Old Vegas. We need to tour Binion’s and the Golden Nugget. We need to go to the Venetian to see the second floor performances. Enjoy the show at Treasure Island. Checkout the Volcano at the Mirage. Admire the fountain at the Bellagio and enjoy the flower conservatory on the second floor.
The N9ne Steakhouse at the Palms has been recommended for the best steak in town.
“Primetime dining with Chef Barry Dakake. One of Las Vegas’ most popular rendezvous, N9ne is known as a Premier Steakhouse and Celebrity Hot Spot. The sizzling atmosphere matches a diverse menu including prime aged steak, fresh seafood, and imported spirits complete with an exclusive champagne & caviar bar.”
CHINA POBLANO at the Cosmopolitan sounds interesting. “An entirely new concept from the innovative Chef José Andrés created for Las Vegas, showcasing his personal take on Chinese and Mexican cuisines. Noodles and tacos come together in a festive, stylish setting”
I am told the Sage at the Aria is exceptional. “Sage serves contemporary American cuisine spiced with global influences in a sophisticated, yet comfortable atmosphere. Critically-acclaimed Chef Shawn McClain combines farm-to-table produce, artisanal meats and sustainable seafood with an emphasis on simple, clean flavors and seasonal ingredients. Mirroring the chef’s commitment to seasonality, cutting-edge mixologists infuse the fresh fruit purees, boutique liquors and home-made bitters into daily cocktail offerings.”
Do you have any suggestions of places you think we should see?
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