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Vegas Baby (Part 2)

Day 2

IMG_0055.jpgManaged to sleep in more or less until 12 today, good to get rid of some of the jetlag, not to mention sleeping off last night…and what a night. Firstly went to dinner at some Italian joint which was pretty average but then we headed of Freemont Street and then to the Palms to hit the clubs.
Tours guys staged a fake breakdown of the bus in the dodgy part of Vegas which was conveniently next to a wedding chapel, so they told us to go inside to be safe rather then be on the bus. Once inside we were greeted by an Elvis impersonator who sang a few songs and married a couple of the people in the group. Hamish and Andy also went here on there tour of US if you saw that on tv years ago.IMG_0217.jpg

The chapel is also right across the road from the Pawn shop on the TV series, cant remember the name though Pawn Stars I think it is.
The Freemont Street Experience was pretty cool. It has a tv screen covering the entire street, under which you can find every character known to man, I didn’t get any photos of these characters as they all want money and I didn’t think any of them were worth a $1.IMG_0239.jpg

After a short stay in Freemont st we headed to the Palms and Dropped into the Playboy club which was basically a nightclub with gaming tables, but then we went upstairs to the Moon nightclub, which I have to say is the Best club I have ever been to. This place was on the top of the building about 20plus floors up, had an outside terrace area with awesome views over Vegas, and in addition to this the roof of the club also opens. Music was good and the additional acts they had on were pretty cool, including a trumpet playing along to the music which was cool. Only downside was the drink prices ($10 per beer) which is funny when you think I started out the night with $2 Coronas and end paying $10. Ended up back at the hotel around 3.30am or so and straight to bed I went.

Posted by Tony's Travels 21:48 Archived in USA Tagged vegas

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