Category: Las Vegas

Photos of Bellagio

Downtown LV

Container Park was smaller than I thought although it was nice to get out of the house. I bought a few things including the chocolate bars below. Fremont Street is the more rundown part of LV especially when compared to LV strip. It’s not… Continue Reading “Downtown LV”

Mob Museum 2021

I went to the Mob Museum again. The first floor had a new exhibit. I left there with more pictures than I thought I’d take. Here are some of them. I went to the speakeasy too for a non-alcoholic drink and pretzels. Overall it… Continue Reading “Mob Museum 2021”

The Neon Museum in LV 2021

The Neon Museum in Las Vegas and a few things from the store minus the magnets and books.

LV Strip: RW (2021)

I finally made it to Resorts World on the LV Strip. I will let the pictures speak for themselves. The hotel and casino is definitely a work in progress, but what isn’t these days.

Journal Entry Type #96: I Can’t be That Old!

I needed to handle something on my day off for work and decided to take in the sights and maybe go on a few rides. Being a weekday, it wasn’t too busy on the strip. At least the rides weren’t. I did see a… Continue Reading “Journal Entry Type #96: I Can’t be That Old!”

Journal Entry Type #89: It’s Been a While

It’s been a while due to starting working again and feeling the full effects of the wind. I sometimes think Sin City should be called The Windy City or at least a sister city to Chicago. When I was driving on Friday my car… Continue Reading “Journal Entry Type #89: It’s Been a While”

More You Know: Las Vegas, Other Cities, and Violent Crime

Before I moved to Nevada, I read that you don’t want to get housing anywhere near the strip for obvious reasons. People like to gamble and when they lose all their money, they like to break into apartments to find more money to spend.… Continue Reading “More You Know: Las Vegas, Other Cities, and Violent Crime”

Las Vegas Blvd. is Empty

Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area

The only wildlife I saw was stuffed and indoors.  I picked the right day to go there as it was warm outside.  There was a nice 13 miles scenic route you can drive.  I stopped at a few outlook areas and will definitely going… Continue Reading “Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area”

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