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Las Vegas: Happy wife, happy life

Day 0

My name is Matt.

And I apparently have an addiction to Las Vegas.

Some of you may remember a recent report of a trip I made in July 2013 with some friends. After returning home I thought that I was done with Las Vegas, that I had seen most of what I needed to see and that there was no compelling reason for me, as a non-gambler, to return.

Boy was I wrong.

Early in the fall things got slow for a few days at work, so I started looking at trips. Check that: like you, I’m always looking at trips, but now there was the distinct possibility of pulling the trigger and going. And the more I thought about it, the more I thought that my wife Helen would love Las Vegas and that I could show her a really good time there.

So the train got a rollin' and weren't no brakes gonna stop her!

And OK - work got busy again almost immediately thereafter, but so what: you get me started and I’m out the door!

So I start looking around for flights and hotels. I’m thinking the Mirage; I like the location and it wouldn't cost an arm and a leg. I know that most people book flight and hotel separately, but I wasn't finding anything reasonable. But fine, for a lark I’ll look at packages. Well they’re certainly better but the flights are red eyes.

So then I get inspiration: Buffalo. Lots of people cross the border and save significant bucks flying out of Buffalo. So I check out Southwest Airlines – good prices! Then I spy out of my eye Southwest Vacations. So for another lark I click on that and I find packages that in the end I can’t beat by booking flight and hotel separately.

And then I see the Palazzo in the listings, and it’s not that much more than the Mirage. “Shut the front door!”, as the kids say. And before you know it we’re booked into the Palazzo for a three night stay in mid-November.


The Palazzo - Las Vegas

Day 1

We pile in the car and drive to the border. Thankfully the Bills are in Pittsburgh playing the Steelers, so the lineup isn't too bad. We get to the agent's booth and he says the three things I love to hear:

1. Nationality?
2. Where are you going?
3. Have a nice trip.

I could be wrong, but I think they look at me and think "no tats, no piercings, bland looking guy, boring car – he’s no threat."

After a little bit of cross-border shopping – got to take advantage of the free duty – and lunch, we hit the Buffalo airport. It’s a lot smaller than Toronto’s airport and a nice experience.

Southwest doesn't have reserved seating; instead they issue ascending boarding numbers and you board in sequence with general admission seating, which you’d think would be complete chaos but in fact worked well on the trip down (with just a minor hiccup on the way back).

So, five hour trip and then we land at 6:30 pm in Las Vegas. I am stoked. As we sit on the tarmac I start pointing out Mandalay Bay, Luxor, New York New York, etc. to Helen.

We deplane, pick up our luggage, and head for the taxi stand. As we do we pass by a vending machine for . . . flower arrangements. I love you America; honestly, what other country could have a vending machine with that inside?

Outside is the scene of Test #1. We get inside the cab and I say the magic words:

"The Palazzo please. And no tunnel or freeway please."

I do this because the number 1 topic of discussion on Trip Advisor is that taxi drivers will often, if given the chance, long haul their passengers through the airport’s tunnel and onto the freeway in order to increase the cost of the trip.

But my prepared speech works – ha! We go up Paradise and Koval, and before you know it, we’re at the luxurious Palazzo. I look to see the fare and even though it’s $16.10 the driver oddly says “$18.30.” No matter, I tip him beyond that, especially since his cab is badly in need of new shocks.

The Palazzo is of course, er, palatial. We go to the front desk to check in and while doing so I am confronted with Test #2, which I comically fail.


The Palazzo - Check-in

The receptionist is extremely nice and assigns us a room. Upon asking for my credit card, I slyly slip her $20 and ask for a Strip-view room. Yes, it’s the $20 trick! Except I didn't really slip her the money very slyly, and instead fumbled about in my pockets and pushed the damn thing at her with the same grace as if I accidentally squirted ketchup out of a squeeze bottle onto her blouse.

After running my card through she kindly returned it me along with the $20. In retrospect the look on her face said "get that dammed thing away from me – my boss is watching and we’re being videoed." But I was so zoned in on the necessity of the $20 trick that I overlooked the fact that there are instances when it is not required, and this being a Sunday night in November was one of them. So I clumsily insisted she have it, and she graciously accepted if for no other reason than to get me on my way and out of her sight.

So after my initial triumph with the taxi I am now 1 for 2 in the Test department.

We go up to the 39th floor, open the door and . . .

Holy frack!

Holy frack!

Holy frack!

What have I done? You see when I booked the thing I was attracted to the fact that all rooms at the Palazzo are suites and therefore have a seating area, so I thought “oh yeah, something like the RIU Palace or the Bahia Principe.” But this way nothing like those admittedly fine establishments. The Palazzo takes it to the next level after the next level . . . to the power of three.


The Palazzo - Room 39-700

The room is massive. The bathroom is all marble with double sinks, separate water closet, and make-up table, mirror and seat for Helen.


Baño


Baño

The sleeping area is so big that the king bed looks like a queen.


Bed

The seating area has a massive L-shaped couch with desk and armoire. And in the artificial light at that time of the evening it all looks so outlandishly elegant.


Seating area


Seating area

And so for the next three hours or so I am close to hyperventilating and out of my mind with the thought that I am not worthy of such elegance.

But we decided to have a quick look around the premises and our end of the Strip. After disembarking the elevator and taking a few steps it dawned on me that in my jeans and casual shirt I was severely under-dressed for the environment. I had earlier told Helen that people dress it all varieties, and it wasn't my intent to adhere to the lowest common denominator, but when I looked at the well-dressed crowd and my decidedly Farmer Bob-ish reflection from the mirror, my thoughts turned to an emergency shopping trip the next morning. Even people out on the Strip were well dressed, and I couldn't for the life of me figure out why that was so on a Sunday night.

But before hitting the street we wandered through the Grand Canal Shoppes, and when I say wandered, I mean wandered because I got turned around so many times in there it was almost like that scene from National Lampoon’s European Vacation where the Griswolds get on the roundabout but can’t get off. At one point I knew Las Vegas Boulevard was just on the other side of that wall, but dang if I could find the exit.


Grand Canal Shoppes at The Palazzo


Venetian masquerade items

But magically we did and when we did the warmth of the evening's air was comforting. Heading into the trip the daytime highs were in the mid- to high-60's but we were blessed with a blip in the forecast where the temps were in the mid-70's.


Night view of The Palazzo and The Venetian

We ambled about the local part of the Strip, picked up some supplies from Walgreens, and then re-entered the maw of the Grand Canal Shoppes. We went to Taqueria Cañonita and snacked on some chips & salsa and empanadas.


Taqueria Cañonita

Having had a long day, we called it a night.
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Very nice photos! Bet you had a great trip.
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Love the beds at the Palazzo, love the blinds that keep out the light.


Treasure Island


Trump

We awoke late and went down to the Grand Lux Café for breakfast. I had bacon and scrambled eggs – the bacon too crispy for me but probably hit the target for crispy bacon lovers – and Eggs Benedict for Helen.

Then it was across the street to the Fashion Show Mall for some shopping, but not the emergency shopping I had envisioned the night before, with the oddly well-dressed milieu of the Strip having vanished. And so we walked through the mall but the shopping vibe just wasn’t in us. We stopped for a few minutes to allow a salesman to do his thing before we begged off, bought a few small items in a couple of the stores, and then exited back onto the Strip.


The Palazzo

Helen complained about foot pain. I looked down and she wasn’t wearing the running shoes I had suggested she wear. Instead, she went for fashionable sandals.

Women!

Despite all my warnings she went for fashion, and told me that she’d “suffer in silence” (one of our favourite things to say to one another).


From The Mirage

OK, fine. We walked over to The Mirage to pick up our Beatles Love tickets (Will Call) for that evening, took a quick look around,


Inside The Mirage

and continued south on the Strip past Caesar’s Palace and ordered a frozen lemon thingamawhatsit at the Bellagio.

The daytime fountain show is odd looking at that time of year; the sun is slow low in the sky that it just looks weird.


The Bellagio fountains

Then we ducked into the Bellagio to check out the Fall theme in the arboretum.


Old Man Cornucopia


Talking Tree

We crossed over to Planet Hollywood and the Miracle Mile Shops and toured most of the mall, then we made our way north back to the Palazzo, passing casinos as we went.


Paris

We had an early dinner, unimaginatively at the Grand Lux Café since neither of us was hungry. I had a Cuban sandwich that was just dynamite.

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And so off to the show. We get there a bit early so we stroll through the Mirage casino floor and as we do, there sits Canadian home renovation guru Mike Holmes at one of the slot machines. Quite why he’s not at our house renovating it I do not know, but I wave at him as we pass by. I’m so cool.


Mike Holmes

So we make our way to the theatre and get seated. Shortly thereafter there’s a bit of a discussion a few rows ahead and it turns out that the people there had tickets for the late show and this was the early show. Odd how they managed to get in.


Cirque Du Soleil - Beatles Love @ The Mirage

The show itself was quite good. I’m not a Beatles fan but it’s pretty hard to have gone through life and remain unaware of the music – one of my older sisters had a mono copy of Revolver – beat that! The theatrics were the usual Cirque-style oddities, but the best part for me were what I assumed were audio outtakes from the original recording sessions in which the group’s Liverpudlian humour came out in spades. If I’m wrong and these are modern imaginations of those past times I tip my hat to the Cirque people.


Cirque Du Soleil - Beatles Love

A week prior to our trip a Cirque performer in another show fell and died onstage, so I have to admit that it was a bit uncomfortable watching various female performers descend from the ceiling doing the splits with simply a bungee cord wrap once around each foot, or the guy who worked a swing 60 feet above the stage, doing complete loops and only hanging on through sheer strength, agility, and determination.

After the show we checked out The Mirage's volcano show, which later we could hear in our room:


Volcano show @ The Mirage


Volcano show @ The Mirage

Stroll back to the Venetian


The Venetian at night

And check out this guy before calling it a night.


Statue Man
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Very nice. Is this a new hotel? Been to Vegas way too many times and it doesn't look familiar.
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I haven't heard of it either- I am thinking it is connected with the Venetian?

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there sits Canadian home renovation guru Mike Holmes at one of the slot machines. Quite why he’s not at our house renovating it I do not know, but I wave at him as we pass by. I’m so cool.
That is too funny.

In that photo he looks more like Mr. Clean that ever. My husband can't stand him. I secretly think it's because he makes him feel inadequate.


Love the room, awesome!

We are looking at going the end of April and staying at the Mirage hopefully. We went that time last year, it was my first trip and I had a great time. Love the pools so it was perfect pool weather.
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Oh yeah, the Palazzo is the sister hotel to the Venetian, both just south of the Wynn & Encore and across the street from Treasure Island.


The Palazzo & The Venetian
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Ah. Just never noticed it before. I've stayed at the Treasure Island, Mirage, and Mandelay Bay a couple times each and walked the strip many times. I thought I knew them all. Guess I need to pay more attention.
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Palazzo pool

Our third day was another warm one. We went across to the Fashion Show Mall to see about discount tickets at Tix4Tonite, but given that the lineup was longer than we were prepared to join, we jumped on the Deuce bus and headed down to the Luxor to see the Titanic exhibit.


The Sphinx at Luxor

When entering the exhibit you’re given a White Star Line boarding pass with a brief outline of one of the passengers, with a note that you'll find out their fate at the exit. Mine gave a brief bio of Mr. Lee Bing, a Chinese coal stoker who took a third class berth on the Titanic on his way to work in New York. I figured he was toast.


Titanic exhibit - White Star Line boarding pass

Throughout the presentation are accurate reproductions of various parts of the ship. A third class room is shown with two sets of bunks beds crammed together, and the incessant rumble of the engines makes it all very life like. A much quieter representation of a first class room shows the luxury in which the über rich travelled, but the takeaway from it all is that no matter the class all travelled in relative comfort on the Titanic.

All sorts of small and normally mundane personal objects have been retrieved from the ocean floor, making for fascinating viewing and provoking thoughts about their owner, why they were aboard ship and how they fared in the end.

At one point the tour goes out on the Promenade Deck. Stepping through the door the cold of that spring night in the North Atlantic is immediately felt, and there is a mound of actual ice to illustrate what it might have looked like after the collision.

At the end I looked on the passenger’s board and was surprised to find that Mr. Bing had survived the tragedy. A little Googling later on revealed that he may have made an “ungentlemanly” boarding of Collapsible C, but if true I can’t blame him for doing so.

After the exhibit we bummed around the Strip.


CityCenter - The Veer Towers


Just another day on the Las Vegas strip


New York, New York

Later on in the day after some rest back at the Palazzo we took the Deuce down to the Miracle Mile Shops to see VEGAS! The Show. We thought that since we were in Sin City we should see a Las Vegas revue. I pulled out my home-printed ticket and the ticket taker looked at me like I was from Mars, but then scanned the print out and let us in. We were almost immediately run over by about 15 seniors with walkers and canes as they hustled to the elevator. Actually, it was sort of like that chase scene in Seinfeld where George, in a motorized chair, is chased down a New York sidewalk at about 1/2 mph by angry seniors in their own motorized chairs.

When the show finally opened for seating we walked up several flights of stairs accompanied by throngs of other seniors who felt the elevator unnecessary.


Vegas! - The Show

Our seats were fantastic: 4th row center and half-price. The show is a Las Vegas-style revue, focusing on the big acts that played Las Vegas throughout its history.

They wisely perform as interpreters rather than as imitators, and it works well, except in a few instances in order to work out who the singer was I had to rely on what I had learned from years of viewing that ultimate source of cultural references, The Flintstones, : "Hey! That’s Ann Margrock, er, Margret. "


Ann-Margrock & Stoney Curtis

But generally it was Rat Pack, Elvis, etc, and aside from singing, there were lots of beautiful ladies dancing, lots of comedy, and a couple of guys tapped danced – ask your Granddad if you’re not sure what that is.

Parts of it were so funny I had tears running down my face - I really recommend it.

After the show we walked over to Paris and had dinner at Mon Ami Gabi. The room was full of large and boisterous tables, all having a good time. Helen had the trout with green beans – she loved it – and I have the steak with sauce Roquefort. The steak was really good but overly salty.

After dinner we went to the top of the Eiffel Tower via a 2 for 1 coupon. It’s was a beautiful night to be up there and I took too many pics.


Le Pont du something or other leading to the Eiffel Tower elevators - Paris


The Strip looking north


The Strip looking south


The Bellagio fountains


The Bellagio fountains

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What a great trip report!

Where did you get the 2 for 1 coupon for the Eiffel Tower?
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Las Vegas Eiffel Tower coupon

I used the one from the Las Vegas Leisure Guide; Smarter Vegas is good for discounts too.
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Well our flight didn't leave until 5:30 pm so we have some time to noodle about. The Palazzo graciously allowed us a late check-out gratis, so we take our time getting going, but eventually we’re out the door and we take a last look at the Christmas decorations.


Christmas at The Palazzo


Christmas at The Palazzo


Christmas at The Palazzo

We head next door to the Wynn and Encore. Both are beautiful and thankfully the shops are so high-end that there’s no need to stop in for a look.

We exit onto Las Vegas Boulevard and Helen comments on the war zone appearance across the street, where future development will hopefully extend the better part of the Strip further north.

We walk toward the Fashion Show Mall but our hearts are not in it and we’re back outside quickly.

When we’re back in the Palazzo we give the slot machines a try. Everything we know about slots we learned from 1960’s movies; the clichés are cemented in our minds but it would appear that the technology has moved on. I had tried my best to read up on them prior to our trip but I remain a hopeless noob.

Helen is surprised at the lack of coin-operated machines, the lack of single line machines, and instead is overwhelmed by the multi-line games that predominate the floor.

"How do you know if you won or not with all those lines?" she asked. Well that’s exactly it; the machine decides if you won and you just go along with it . . . until your money’s gone!

In fact the first machine happily took my money without offering any game play. Confused beyond all belief, I moved to another machine only to have the previous player come dashing back madly to claim her player’s card.

But in the end it was fun and I’d love to do it again, maybe play some blackjack too - The Wizard of Odds has a simplified blackjack chart that I think even I can follow, and in fact I've been giving it a try-out on my tablet.


Your correspondent and the Missus: not wearing barrels . . . yet!

At the airport our plane lands and people travelling in from California get off. I’m not really paying attention but she excitedly tells me that . . . someone important! just got pushed past us. I just catch a glimpse, and Helen had a hard time even coming up with a name, but eventually blurts out "Eddie Fisher’s ex-wife."

So I start working my way backward, the Flintstones being no help this time. Let’s see: Fisher, Fisher, oh yeah, the daughter was in Star Wars . . . um, Carrie Fisher! That’s it! So that was . . .

And somehow I make the leap to Debbie Reynolds. I don’t know how but a lifetime of television is probably to blame. Later at home I Google Debbie Reynolds and sure enough it was her.

We landed in a very windy Buffalo just past midnight with the temperature at 34 degrees(!). I was concerned about the 24 beers that I had purchased back on Sunday and had left in the car, but due to it not quite being freezing and the alcohol in the beer, all was good (alcohol: is there anything it can't do? ).

I found out the hard way that Buffalo doesn’t light its freeways at night, but I managed to make my way to the border where the guard whisked us through and in an hour we were back home, basking in the remembrance of a fantastic trip.

Has a Las Vegas lovin' monster been created? I certainly hope so!

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The Venetian


The Venetian


Venetian ceiling


Venetian ceiling


Venetian bell


Forum Shops at Caesars

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GREAT trip report with awesome photos!! I do think you Canadians have much more of a fascination with Las Vegas than we Americans...or maybe that's just me. I have been to Vegas for several business expos and the like...and UGH I hope to never go there again.... but it looks like you had such a great time!!
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GREAT trip report with awesome photos!! I do think you Canadians have much more of a fascination with Las Vegas than we Americans...or maybe that's just me. I have been to Vegas for several business expos and the like...and UGH I hope to never go there again.... but it looks like you had such a great time!!

Vegas trips are super popular with we Canucks for sure....I think it is a combo of these factors:

1) it's fairly cheap and a short flight to get there- loads of packages available for us

2) good winter getaway as a 'quick trip' if you only have 3-5 days- another popular one is Phoenix, now that every other house there is owned by a Canadian

2) good outlet malls AND good high-end shopping too- whatever you want

4) great restaurants, plus on average cheaper than at home for us

5) wonderful hotels, pools, shows, etc.

6) it can be any kind of trip you want- a party trip, gambling trip, foodie trip, just shows/concerts/car shows, shopping trip, or culture- Vegas has lots of art galleries and museums too- one of my girlfriends is a principal and she went with a bunch of teacher/professor friends and all they did was the galleries and museums.

7) the weather- great all winter- for just a short & cheap flight away

plus booze is cheaper of course- and we all do love to party!

I know people who go 3 or 4 times a year for long weekends. That way, you only need one vacation day, it's a perfect getaway. There really isn't a comparable destination that offers so much for us a short flight away.
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Vegas trips are super popular with we Canucks for sure....I think it is a combo of these factors:

1) it's fairly cheap and a short flight to get there- loads of packages available for us

2) good winter getaway as a 'quick trip' if you only have 3-5 days- another popular one is Phoenix, now that every other house there is owned by a Canadian

2) good outlet malls AND good high-end shopping too- whatever you want

4) great restaurants, plus on average cheaper than at home for us

5) wonderful hotels, pools, shows, etc.

6) it can be any kind of trip you want- a party trip, gambling trip, foodie trip, just shows/concerts/car shows, shopping trip, or culture- Vegas has lots of art galleries and museums too- one of my girlfriends is a principal and she went with a bunch of teacher/professor friends and all they did was the galleries and museums.

7) the weather- great all winter- for just a short & cheap flight away

plus booze is cheaper of course- and we all do love to party!

I know people who go 3 or 4 times a year for long weekends. That way, you only need one vacation day, it's a perfect getaway. There really isn't a comparable destination that offers so much for us a short flight away.
Hmm, yeah, I'm guessing this is a cheaper/shorter flight for you than it is for me from the east coast US... I just never get used to that scene with so many people and glitz and gambling and....well, quite frankly, the "underbelly" of society. And I'm sure you're right about there being some really interesting things to do there other than things that involve that whole side of it.
Speaking of Canadians owning half the houses....come to Southwest Florida, where our second home is!! TONS of Canadians there every winter, for 6 months minus one day.....
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Hmm, yeah, I'm guessing this is a cheaper/shorter flight for you than it is for me from the east coast US... I just never get used to that scene with so many people and glitz and gambling and....well, quite frankly, the "underbelly" of society. And I'm sure you're right about there being some really interesting things to do there other than things that involve that whole side of it.
Speaking of Canadians owning half the houses....come to Southwest Florida, where our second home is!! TONS of Canadians there every winter, for 6 months minus one day.....

We stayed at the Aria so we didn't see much of the 'underbelly' clientele, I guess? I really don't like crowds, but one trip a year I think I can do. For the shopping, for me, mainly!

Yeah, loads of Canadian snowbirds in Fla, but most of us westerners head to Phoenix or buy there, it seems. I have never been to Florida!

Sorry for the highjack, Matt! Great trip report and I loved your photos. Thanks for taking the time to post.
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