March 23-26 2006
"Paris" in the background, by the Bellagio water show
The Strip is now served by these double-decker buses called "The Deuece"
$2 one way or $5 for an all-day pass. It runs between downtown and "South Strip"
Our favorite Craps table, the cheapest one in town!
The Bellagio Hotel & Casino
The Bellagio Hotel.
We spent Friday afternoon walking all over the Strip including the Bellagio and the new resort by Steve Wynn.
The Bellagio Hotel lobby was decorated with these giant glass flowers.
A giant snail, all made of flowers was also presented.
Giant butterflies too...
Here is "the Wynn". It is a very uniquely designed building with a lot of eye-catching details inside and outside. Even the giant moving billboard outside is setup so incredibly well.
Here is a horse, at the front entrance.
Two large lions greet the customers as they enter the casino.
(These lions and the horse have an Asian look. I think they are placed mainly with the Asian customers in mind.)
The Wynn has marble floors and the immediate area next to the registration and front entrance has a beautiful garden and waterfalls.
A lot of the decorations have an asian twist including these lanterns with intricate designs.
This is one of the most popular bars in this hotel where inside and outside seatings are available. The decor as well as the attentive service folks would surely attract lots of customers.
The Wynn at night.
The Paris Hotel
Eiffel at night
View from the 19th story lounge of the Polo Towers. This lounge is open to the public and you don't need to be a resident or guest at Polo Towers to go to the lounge and take in this incredible view!