Let’s take a detour from the usual wrestling blog and into an insight of my favourite place in America I have visited so far…Las Vegas.
Before I begin, please excuse the annoying camera date at the bottom of my photos. My camera broke during my first contract at camp and when it was repaired it fixed itself to February 2015.
Sin City provided a memorable and fun experience. It had every form of entertainment from magic, singing , dancing, comedy, puppet shows and so much more. It defiantly deserves the title of entertainment capital of the world.
When I visited, me and my friends from summer camp watched Criss Angel in The Luxor which was outstanding. A beautifully egyptian themed hotel and a fascinating show. Never a big fan of magicians but this guys persona made up for it. After that, we watched a Cirque De Solee show. I enjoyed it and respect what circus performers go through but I just grew weary quickly.
And even if you can not afford the luxury of a five star show, you can enjoy the amazing street performers that congregate on the strip.
I like hot places, and the heat was intense as you can imagine in the middle of the Nevada dessert.
The hotels are a sight themselves. Each have a unique form and can be found by a 10 minute walk. We stayed at Circus Circus, highly enjoyable and a decent price. Treasure Island and The Luxor where two of my favourites.
The best vacation of my life. Would not recommend for families. Like I said before, they have all kinds of entertainment…all kinds if you know what I mean.
When I return, I would to watch Terry Fator. I remember watching the ventriloquist back when he was a contestant on America’s Got Talent. I find the art form of ventriloquism and puppets fascinating and would love to see it on a full scale spectacle with Terry Fator.
An incredible and still a lot of things that I would like to do. Now that I am above 21, I would like to play at the casinos in the hotels, as well as attending more shows like The Blue Man Group. Either way, I still want to return.
Thanks for reading.