L: Our last day in Vegas was spent gawping at some of the bizzare and wonderful hotel lobbies, as well as their arcades of impossibly expensive shops. Brunch buffet at the famous Bellagio, how many desserts Amber?? The food was exquisite with exotic sushi, teriyaki steak with people's plates piled so high you'd think it was the last dinner in Vegas to be served. We lounged by the pool all afternoon but this time it's Friday and the serious party people were out. Music booming, tiny bikini clad babes and sunkissed gym buffs strutting their stuff while we pasties looked on in awe. One chick was pumping her arms so much on the 'in pool' podium that she had a small wardrobe malfunction, wahey!! shouted 500 guys behind us, expect to see it on Utube soon. The swimming deck has a 10,000 people capacity so you can imagine the scale of this place.
In the evening we took one last blast of the desert air to visit the MGM Grand Hotel, complete with live tigers in the lobby. Thankfully there were at their 'acres of land out in the desert', which was a relief. I took a quick spin on the Wheel of Fortune and lost $10, despite at one stage gaining $5 of it back. The thing about Vegas is that you know you're going to lose but the process if so much fun that you don't really care. LA tomorrow...