Welcome to the Wynn Las Vegas! Nice thing about staying here, Valet parking is free. (well not really because of the price of the room, but I still enjoyed it.)
Entrance to our hotel room.
The bathtub and shower.
The rest of the bathroom, and yes that is a tv in the wall to the left of the mirror. Annie and I were getting ready to go eat.
Our room, it was so worth the price!
The view from our window. The hotel in the center of the picture is Treasure Island.
There is a Ferrari/Maserati dealership in the Wynn hotel. We didn't go and check it out because it costs money to look at the cars. Of course. :( I took this picture mostly for my dad. :)
One of the ships at Treasure Island
This was right next to the ship
This is where they perform the show, Sirens of T.I.
Gondola rides in the VenetianThe Bellagio Botanical Gardens.
Bridge and rock formation
Chinese Water Buffalo to symbolize the Year of the Ox 2009.
Waiting for PF Changs
The Paris Hotel
Two of the Towers showing Nevada time and the Colorado River.
They were working on building a bridge across the Colorado River while we were there. I can't even imagine what it would be like to be working on that bridge, hundreds of feet up in the air. No, Thank you!
More of the Hoover Dam
This is the view from our room at night.
We were killing some time before going to dinner so we went over to the Fashion Show Mall to wander around. While we were there, they were putting on a fashion show. It's hard to see from the picture, but the room with the blue lights, where the models change and walk out, is coming up from the floor. The runway came up from the floor as well.
Inside the Forum Shops at Ceasar's Palace
Me and Annie with a statue in Ceasar's Palace
Me and Annie after eating at Bobby Flay's restaurant Mesa Grill. Super delicious steak and killer mashed potatoes, but I've had better dessert.
Our hotel at night
The baby dolphin at Siegfried and Roy's Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat at the Mirage.
They were taking the Dolphin through the motions of getting it's blood drawn so that when the time came for it's blood to be drawn, it would already be used to the procedure.
The White Lion
Five baby white tiger cubs, they are 9 months old.
The Leopards taking a snooze.
One of the white tigers.
My favorite, the baby leopard cub, he is only two months old. They only bring him out for an hour a day and we just happened to be there at the right time. The pictures are so blurry because he kept jumping around. I should have taken a video instead. Oh well.
How I would love to be the one in there getting to play with that cute baby leopard.