The Samurai exhibit at the Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art is pretty cool. There is armor and weapons everywhere, along with a recorded guide session that explains everything for you. The exhibit is there until April 29th, so be sure to check it out if you are a fan of history and find yourself near the Las Vegas Strip.
Today’s lunch was pretty yummy. This is the Buffet in Bellagio.
Simply awesome. This evening’s song was “Luck be a Lady” by Frank Sinatra.
The Bellagio lobby is always the most magical place.
This should work out nicely. Staying at the Flamingo. The location is perfect with awesome casinos within walking distance, access to the Deuce Bus if I want to explore the Strip, and on the Monorail line for even more options. My first impression of the GO Room is that it is small, but nice. I am enjoying the view of the strip, even though there is a weird screen across the windows. Now to get out and explore.
Ever had the desire to see the world’s largest chocolate fountain? You can find it at Jean Philippe Patisserie in the Bellagio. They have snacks, drinks, desserts, and of course – lots of chocolate. They have cakes on display of all sorts and my favorite one was Olaf sitting in the top corner of the restaurant. I ordered a large white mocha and slurped it down on my way to my next Las Vegas destination.
You can always find me admiring the Fountains of Bellagio. My favorite show is now the one designed by Tiesto. Check out the link to see a video that gives you an idea of what his Fountain show is like. Enjoy!
The Bellagio Conservatory and Botanical Gardens is celebrating Christmas. Simply awesome.