Ornamental umbrellas inside the Bellagio Hotel foyer , Las Vegas, Nevada.
The world's largest chocolate fountain - inside the Bellagio Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada.
Anne's heaven - the world largest chocolate fountain inside Bellagio Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada.
Walking past Caesar's Palace, Las Vegas, Nevada.
Inside Wynn's Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada.
View of Wynn's Hotel from Palazzio Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada.
The best shopping mall in Las Vegas - Fashion Show Mall
Gondola rides in front of the Venetian Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada.
The centre axle of the LinQ High Roller - the world highest movable observation deck, Las Vegas, Nevada.
One of the LinQ High Roller modules, Las Vegas, Nevada.
On the way up - enjoying gin and tonics inside the open bar LinQ High Roller module, Las Vegas, Nevada.
View of Las Vegas from the LinQ High Roller.
View of the MGM Signature Apartments from the LinQ High Roller, Las Vegas. Neil & Anne stayed in the third building back in 2012.
At the top of the LinQ High Roller, Las Vegas, Nevada.
The Ballagio water fountains in action taken from the LinQ High Roller, Las Vegas, Nevada.
One inebriated person in this photo - guess who? Walking back from the LinQ High Roller ride, Las Vegas, Nevada.
The famous Las Vegas entry sign, Nevada.
Our accommodation is the Casino Royale taken from the Mirage Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada.
The erupting volcano show in the Mirage Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada.
Zip Liners on Fremont Street, Las Vegas. This street is actually covered for about 400 metres - wow!
Great Elvis singer performing in Fremont Street, Las Vegas, Nevada.
The light show on Fremont Street, Las Vegas, Nevada.
This morning we visited several hotels/casinos and discovered their major exhibitions - the Mirage, Bellagio, and Wynns in particular. The size of these complexes is mind blowing. The Bellagio has 6000 rooms and was the first building to cost $1 Billion dollars. To Anne's delight there is the world's largest chocolate fountain designed by Jean Phillipe. In the afternoon we took our LinQ High Roller ride with an open bar with free drinks. Most of us had four gin and tonics in the 30 minute ride. One had to be escorted back to our accommodation. We won't mentioned who in this post! After a nanna nap we took our two hour Light Night tour of Las Vegas and the northern suburb of Fremont. Again the awesome displays that were presented was fantastic. Especially Fremont Street that has been covered with a high ceiling and with a zip line that whizzes from end to end. We returned to our hotel at 11 pm for a well deserved sleep. Tomorrow we head for Death Valley in California. It will take us three hours so a late start is planned. There may be no wifi until San Diego ... so perhaps our next post will be in a couple of days. Cheers.