The Strip was busy and crowded like we haven’t seen in quite some time. Apparently, the economy is approving. Or people are just slipping back into their old habits of living beyond their means just to have a little fun.
Either way...it was a fun night “strippin’.”
Very heavy and slow moving traffic along the Strip.
George, his brother Thomas and Linda at the Café Bellagio.
Spiegelworld is part of a touring varieté and circus show, which is currently performing on the grounds of Caesars Palace. http://www.absinthevegas.com/
A surreal world unfolds every evening behind these Roman columns of Caesars Palace. “Absinthe” is the alternative to Cirque du Soleil, another once alternative troupe gone mainstream. This little place brings some bohemian flair to the epicenter of pomp and glitz.
More from the “beer garden” of “Absinthe.”
From a subtle bohemian world right back smack in the middle of pure decadence. This is the hotel lobby of Caesars Palace on the Las Vegas Strip.
The opposite end of the hotel lobby of Caesars Palace.
George, Linda and Thomas in front of Caesars Palace.
Here are George and I on the Strip, with the Eiffel Tower of the Paris Casino in the background.
George, Linda and I in front of the Bellagio, waiting for the next performance of the dancing water fountains.
Currently the absolute “it” place in Las Vegas, the new Cosmopolitan Resort & Casino.