Sin City

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We began our second day in Vegas the way all days ought to begin: with brunch. Brunch is, quite possibly, the best meal ever invented. With 65 degree weather it was the perfect afternoon for a crazy long walk exploring the entire strip and sitting outside sipping on bloody marys.

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Brunch was enjoyed at the most charming french bistro Mon Ami Gabi. The atmosphere was unbelievable!It offered patio seating right along the strip with the perfect view of the Bellagio fountains and people watching.

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{ the gondola rides along the canal inside The Venetian Hotel while listening to a serenade }

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{ The Wynn Hotel– this hotel was breathtaking inside and out! My favorite feature inside the hotel was this beautiful carousal made of roses }

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{ While walking along the strip Jake paid someone a dollar to get this picture }

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{ Last stop during the day was the M&M factory before heading down to the old part of Vegas for the night. A great store for everything you could possibly imagine related to M&M’s – clothing, stationery, toys, and of course lots of chocolates.}

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{ Duper’s $.99 shrimp cocktail at The Golden Gate Hotel }

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{  Binions Casino to get a picture with to $1,000,000 dollars }

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{ Fremont Street. Tons of lights. Zipline. Lights. Gambling. Great food. A must in anyone’s lifetime. I won here too! I was hooked on these 25 cent Wheel of Fortune slots }

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{ The light show while walking through Fremont Street. This giant screen above you while walking on the street shows about 10 to 15 minutes of tributes to various singers and bands like The Doors. This is usually every hour on the hour until midnight!}

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