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Trip Report Las Vegas Trip Report March 2013

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We stayed at the Bellagio from March 13-18, 2013. First time at this hotel and it was simply the best! Close to everything on the strip. We stayed in an Executive Suite that provided pick-up at the airport by limo, executive check-in and a two bedroom suite that overlooked the fountains. The suite was well appointed and very comfortable! I must say the concierge was absolutely fantastic and helped us with all of our requests.

We went to see Cirque's "O" - simply amazing! Although tickets are very difficult to get, the concierge managed to get us excellent seats! If you can only see one show in Vegas, I would highly recommend this one!

On our last day at the Bellagio, we decided to rent a cabana for the day. Great way to share the pool area with friends! Our waiter for the day was very attentive, and the cabana had everything we needed to relax!

We also rented a car for two days. Day one we did Lake Mead and the Hoover Dam. Easy drive as long as you don't hit too much traffic. Boulder City was an unexpected delight and lunch at the historic district didn't disappoint.

Day two we went to Red Rock Canyon, again a short drive outside of the city. This is a must - geological miracle! Our rental agency suggested we also check out Searchlight. While not much there, we were glad we visited just for the drive and lunch at the local Casino.

We had an evening meal at Trevi in Ceasars Palace. It was good, nothing to rave about, but the service was excellent. We were a party of 15 and I was surprised when they told us we were able to have separate checks.

One of the best meals was at the Bellagio's Fix. We wanted to dine at their steakhouse, but forgot to make reservations. Fix provided the "fix" we wanted - a melt in your mouth bone in filet. For three of us, the meal was over $400, including pre-dinner drinks and a bottle of wine.

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