I’ll begin like this.
In Las Vegas you lose your head, you lose your sense of time, and you dematerialize. In a magical way, you are teleported to another dimension, one I never quite got used to, to tell you the truth. Las Vegas lies in an endless desert, but it’s as if it has turned its back on its sandy origins, and has decided to become cosmopolitan instead. Sand and water were turned into luxurious hotels, while determination and a sense of dissatisfaction have filled the city with casinos, shows, phantasmagoric water fountains, and gigantic neon signs.
You are at the bar, with flashy night-lights, drinking your cocktail, and wondering if the roulette should be your next stop…
Alternatively, you could enjoy the girls of the Fantasy, who are nothing short of fantastical, and your jaw will drop.
For starters, with only one ticket and with just a few stopovers (which you know are going to be cheap) you can find yourself in five other world cities. You can find yourself walking in front of the Eiffel Tower in Paris, the London Eye in London, the Pyramids in Egypt, the Excalibur, and the magnificent canals in Venice. You can have a gondolier sing opera to you, and you won’t believe your eyes when you find yourself facing the luxury of the Venetian Hotel. Then one evening, you’ll stand in front of the Bellagio Hotel, staring in wonderment at the Dancing Waters, while exclaiming with an American accent:
"Oh, Mama, Mama! What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas".
Excalibur, London Eye, Eiffel Tower, Pyramids, Venetian Canals.
VENICE / The Venetian Hotel
EGYPT / Luxor Hotel
EIFFEL TOWER/ PARIS
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