Just about 30 minutes from downtown Flagstaff Arizona, off of I40, is the Twin Arrows Casino. It makes for a nice, welcoming place on a cold and blustery Winter night. They have an incredible chandelier in the lobby, several restaurants including a small buffet, Native American artwork, and a pretty nice casino floor where you can donate some of your hard earned cash dollars.
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.
The Cosmopolitan is my favorite Las Vegas Casino by far. A friend of mine and I have a running love affair with the Wheel of Fortune slot machine over near the Vesper Bar. Tonight, I started with $20.00 and got to a high point of $141.25 before calling it quits and cashing out at $100.00. A lucky night for me! Please visit this Hotel and Casino if you find yourself on the Vegas Strip.
Spent some time at the Wynn today. A beautiful Hotel and Casino, as you would expect.
I hope you are not tired of these sunsets, as they never cease to amaze me. This view was from the hill just above the Buffalo Thunder Resort & Casino.
Buffalo Thunder is a Hilton Casino and Hotel just to the north side of Santa Fe. It is full of art from the area, and even if you are not a Casino fan, you should stop in for a visit. They have done a great job with this place.
The Stratosphere was my home for the last 7 days. This joint has become my budget hotel of choice in Las Vegas. I really enjoyed my time there, and if you wanted to, you could stay on the property the whole time and have everything you need.
After way too much yummy food in Vegas, I decided a long walk at night would be good for me. I headed South on Las Vegas Boulevard to see what I could find. This reflection of Excalibur was my favorite scene of the night.