Hm, I realized that I’d been meaning to put up a small pictorial of pictures from Las Vegas, since there were some ones that I liked. If you want to see larger versions of any of the pictures, just click on them. So, without further ado, here you go:
A welcome sign at Las Vegas International Airport. Complete with slot machines, of course.
I saw this couple in the mall in the Venetian hotel in Las Vegas. I asked if I could take their picture, and the girl said, “Was
?” So I asked in German if I could take their picture, and they said yes. So, I took a few pictures of them. It turns out they were from Köln. Congratulations!
A little girl at the aquarium at the Mandalay Bay hotel. She’s a bit out of focus, but at least the panda or whatever that thing is on her sweatshirt seems to be relatively in focus. Plus, I like the colors.
This was a window display at the Bebe store at the Venetian Hotel mall. I just thought made a cool picture.
I guess this
is the type of crap that happens and stays in Vegas.
A urinal at the Main Street Station Hotel and Casino which, for some reason, had a memorial to the Berlin Wall. It reads:
“-Gentlemen- THE BERLIN WALL.
Erected August 13, 1961
Demolished August 9, 1989
27.5 Miles Long
Over 100 people were killed trying to escape to freedom. Flew over it, dove through it, climbed over it, & even tunneled under it.”
Hey, it’s a great day for freedom… and the loosest slots in town!
The Paris Hotel and Casino. We stayed right behind it, at Bally’s.
Angela in front of the Luxor Hotel.
A sign at the Paris hotel.
A statue at Caesar’s Palace, all gussied up for Christmas.
Inside the Forum Shops at Caesar’s Palace. It was the only place where I’ve seen a curved escalator.
Mini-Arc du Triomphe.
One of the rides (called “Insanity: The Ride”) at the Stratosphere skyscraper in Las Vegas. I didn’t ride on it, but Paul did (it was pretty cold that night, and I don’t like heights).
The ride took a people-filled claw over the edge of the building and then started spinning them around. Then the claw opened up so the people were looking straight down.
Paul said it was freaky.
Some condominium buildings that we saw on the way out of the city. I thought they were cool.
Some friends talking at the Miracle Mile Mall, in the Planet Hollywood hotel and casino. I liked the lighting.
So, thanks to my family for going on the trip, and thanks to you for checking out the pictures!
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