27 October 2006

Fall in Las Vegas

Fall in Las Vegas is a lot cooler than summer, and a little warmer than winter. But other than that, there isn't much of a difference. Leaves on palm trees do not change. You do not get to walk through grass littered with crispy, colorful leaves. You don't get to hear the swish swish crunch that comes fro,m losing your shoes in an unclaimed yard. You don't even get to smell the rotting leaves after a good fall rain. Nope. If you want fall in Las Vegas (and you don't have time to get to Mt. Charleston) you have to go to the Bellagio Conservatory.

Jesse and ventured to fall two weeks ago. We actually marked a lot of firsts that Sunday afternoon. It was our first trip to Hash House A Go Go, the first time we parked at the Bellagio, and the first time we were searched while parking at a Casino. Jesse says it's because the Bellagio is the nicest hotel on the strip. It's the only other 5 star property besides the Wynn. Still, it was surprising to have the trunk searched. It only took a few extra seconds though, because I keep my trunk empty. I just can't stand clutter. Anyway I took a picture, but blurred the plate of the car in front of me.

The conservatory is 100% decked out. In this case, the pictures are better than the words. So I'll just show you those.

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