Walking around the Las Vegas strip is like a 10 minute tour around the planet.
Statue of liberty….
Q loves this watergarden.
In the doge’s palace,
I visited the doge’s palace before
We had a lovely dinner in that restaurant, to the upper left 😛
Another spectecular waterfall near my favorite casino/hotel of all: The Encore
We first went to the Wynn’s, Q complained: he thought it too girly
He was sooooo right: This place was meant for women!
I really loved it, it is designed in a sort of modern Art Deco style, very bold, very imaginative, very amusing, and very detailed.
Entrance to one of the restaurants, the ceiling recess is decorated with cutlery and plates! 😀
The Wynn and the encore have their own theme, flowers for the Wynn, and butterflies for the Encore.
It has some great shops.
With lots of blingy stuff!
I loved the lamps everywhere, every detail in this casino was perfect.
They also have the very best, poshest loos in Vegas
I immediately had to think of Achelois when I saw these white peacocks with cristal tails!
A crystal dragon in the Chinese restaurant!
Even the gambling areas were beautiful, often they are a bit messy. In the Venice they were very disappointing, very cheap-looking and ugly.
Because I liked Vegas so much we stayed another day! We did some shopping, and we went to Paris where I wan $100,- playing blackjack. I brought dinner with my winnings. Paris actually looked even better as Venice. Because of more ceiling hight perhaps? I made photo’s but they seem to have disappeared.
Their buffet is the best ever, and you eat it on a Parisian courtyard which makes you feel you are on a set for a movie about the Grimm Fairy tales!
We later went ”down town” to the cheaper casinos. Playing blackjack in the Golden Nugget was even more fun, but perhaps that was because I got away with another $200,- there 😉
Sadly that was our last night 😦