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It all started in the office of the local council Childrens service (I was temping at the time), when I came across a flight cheap flight to LA (the full story of which can be obtained by my review of dial a flight.com).

….fast forward a little … I arrived in LAX, my attorney strongly advised I rent a very fast car, with no top! Of course he was right and so after an evening of debauchery in LA I floored it to Vegas ;o)

What can I say about first impressions??!!?? well its bigger than I expected, as you come over the hill on Route 15? I think?? I cant really remember , you notice how much of a real functioning city Las Vegas really is! It is not just a town of hotels and casinos, its very much populated and although not by far the size of LA or London, you certainly feel small there!!!

For those of you visiting Vegas in a car like I did, you will initially find the roads slightly confusing. The highways that run along side the city are not very well signed and your fellow motorists are not as forgiving as you are used to!!, however, once inside the city its all in blocks north east south and west, impossible to get lost!!

Places to stay , well that all depends on your wallet so I will break it down into the size of your wallet!

For Mr Rich, you have beautiful hotels like nothing you have ever seen in England (or anywhere to tell the truth), such as the Bellagio,with its giant fountain outside, Ceasars Palace, with its super expensive shopping mall and the amazing Luxor, an Egyptian themed giant glass pyramid with a super powerful light which shines up from its tip out into space! WARNING the rooms at these hotels are very expensive, I asked at Ceasars if they had any deals, I was told “sure we have a special on our cheaper rooms this week, just $299 per night".

For the more modestly sized wallet Hotels I recommend are the Sahara this was just $29 a night for 2 adults in a double room with ensuite shower bath and cable TV! Similarly at Circus Circus hotel, the one immortalised in the film Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, was a mere $39 on a Thursday night!!

Even these hotels offered facilities that defy the cost of the rooms!! Giant casinos, restaurants, Pools!! Circus even had, well , a circus inside! Trapeze artists, jugglers, clowns, everything! even a McDonalds !!!

These are the two pricing extremes on the main strip in Vegas, the further south you go the more expensive it is, remember that one!

Places to go! Well you have your hotel, now its time to go out lose all your money and get drunk! so where to go??? Well this all depends on how long you are in Vegas for. there are more bars and restaurants than anywhere, and every hotel is a casino! The best thing I can do is tell you where I went and guess you can make your own mind up.

Obviously the more expensive casinos are the most extravagant and are therefore more expensive to wine and dine in, but the snob in me says ” you have to be seen there” , so my favourite haunts were, Ceasars palace , which you have to go there and see with your own eyes! An amazing casino with huge winnings tables, but beers are $5 - $10 a bottle though, might not seem alot for where you are, but once you caned all your money on the tables, you need to get drunk to numb the pain!!!

Other great places are the Luxor, New-York New York, the Venetian Casino, MGM Grand , The Flamingo, and a superb night club at the Treasure Island hotel, which you cant miss due to the two galleons outside which take battle every 30 minutes or so! which brings me to my next point …..

Entertainment! One thing you can be sure of in Vegas is entertainment! As you walk from one end of the strip to the other you will see that most hotels have some extravagant display to lure you in, and subsequently of course to the casino! These displays range from fountains, replica land marks, active volcano’s, to rollercoasters tens of stories high!

Every conceivable taste is catered for in the entertainment world which is Las Vegas. There is live music ranging from the classic cheese of Wayne Newton at the Stardust Hotel, dance acts and the multi genre of the stage at the Hard Rock Hotel.

There are many acts, which are based in Vegas, and seldom show anywhere else, notably Sigfried and Roy, a pair for very camp magicians which perform the most mind-boggling illusions, which have you, stumped and a little shocked!

Lots of sport in Vegas! there is an Indi car track for you car boff’s and a hell of alot of gold courses! a kind of strange sight considering the place is slap bang in the middle of an arid desert!

Whitewater rafting is offered although takes place in the Grand Canyon, and there is lots of boxing and other fighting, mostly at the MGM Grand.

I chose Paradise Found Tours at 1.877.260.5244 to book a tour. There are many excursions available at a price, helicopter rides at night, limo tours with champers (which are cheap) and various other daytime adventures most of which you could do with out the guide and without the cost, cause there is hundreds of miles of desert to explore, and I highly recommend a visit to death valley - head for Dantes view!!

The city as a whole is an entertainment mecca, I loved it and I didn t have enough money to do everything I wanted to do there. The strip feels very safe too, but like other cities there is alot of nasty people around. north end of the strip has alot of Mexicans trying to thrust prostitutes calling cards into your hands, and late night im told that the roads off the strip and downtown are a haven for crack whores, junkies and generally unsavoury people!

Well thats about all I got time for, have to be making my way home now.

I hope this has been informing for you and I seriously recommend you go there! I am trying to get a job there thats how much I love the place. All the lads out there, you should go there! you will love it, if you tip well you get bigger shots, and theres a fair few strip joints too!!

I cant think of anymore to tell you except im going back this year so if I have anything more to report after then I will

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"

It all started in the office of the local council Childrens service (I was temping at the time), when I came across a flight cheap flight to LA (the full story of which can be obtained by my review of dial a flight.com).

….fast forward a little … I arrived in LAX, my attorney strongly advised I rent a very fast car, with no top! Of course he was right and so after an evening of debauchery in LA I floored it to Vegas ;o)

What can I say about first impressions??!!?? well its bigger than I expected, as you come over the hill on Route 15? I think?? I cant really remember , you notice how much of a real functioning city Las Vegas really is! It is not just a town of hotels and casinos, its very much populated and although not by far the size of LA or London, you certainly feel small there!!!

For those of you visiting Vegas in a car like I did, you will initially find the roads slightly confusing. The highways that run along side the city are not very well signed and your fellow motorists are not as forgiving as you are used to!!, however, once inside the city its all in blocks north east south and west, impossible to get lost!!

Places to stay , well that all depends on your wallet so I will break it down into the size of your wallet!

For Mr Rich, you have beautiful hotels like nothing you have ever seen in England (or anywhere to tell the truth), such as the Bellagio,with its giant fountain outside, Ceasars Palace, with its super expensive shopping mall and the amazing Luxor, an Egyptian themed giant glass pyramid with a super powerful light which shines up from its tip out into space! WARNING the rooms at these hotels are very expensive, I asked at Ceasars if they had any deals, I was told “sure we have a special on our cheaper rooms this week, just $299 per night".

For the more modestly sized wallet Hotels I recommend are the Sahara this was just $29 a night for 2 adults in a double room with ensuite shower bath and cable TV! Similarly at Circus Circus hotel, the one immortalised in the film Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, was a mere $39 on a Thursday night!!

Even these hotels offered facilities that defy the cost of the rooms!! Giant casinos, restaurants, Pools!! Circus even had, well , a circus inside! Trapeze artists, jugglers, clowns, everything! even a McDonalds !!!

These are the two pricing extremes on the main strip in Vegas, the further south you go the more expensive it is, remember that one!

Places to go! Well you have your hotel, now its time to go out lose all your money and get drunk! so where to go??? Well this all depends on how long you are in Vegas for. there are more bars and restaurants than anywhere, and every hotel is a casino! The best thing I can do is tell you where I went and guess you can make your own mind up.

Obviously the more expensive casinos are the most extravagant and are therefore more expensive to wine and dine in, but the snob in me says ” you have to be seen there” , so my favourite haunts were, Ceasars palace , which you have to go there and see with your own eyes! An amazing casino with huge winnings tables, but beers are $5 - $10 a bottle though, might not seem alot for where you are, but once you caned all your money on the tables, you need to get drunk to numb the pain!!!

Other great places are the Luxor, New-York New York, the Venetian Casino, MGM Grand , The Flamingo, and a superb night club at the Treasure Island hotel, which you cant miss due to the two galleons outside which take battle every 30 minutes or so! which brings me to my next point …..

Entertainment! One thing you can be sure of in Vegas is entertainment! As you walk from one end of the strip to the other you will see that most hotels have some extravagant display to lure you in, and subsequently of course to the casino! These displays range from fountains, replica land marks, active volcano’s, to rollercoasters tens of stories high!

Every conceivable taste is catered for in the entertainment world which is Las Vegas. There is live music ranging from the classic cheese of Wayne Newton at the Stardust Hotel, dance acts and the multi genre of the stage at the Hard Rock Hotel.

There are many acts, which are based in Vegas, and seldom show anywhere else, notably Sigfried and Roy, a pair for very camp magicians which perform the most mind-boggling illusions, which have you, stumped and a little shocked!

Lots of sport in Vegas! there is an Indi car track for you car boff’s and a hell of alot of gold courses! a kind of strange sight considering the place is slap bang in the middle of an arid desert!

Whitewater rafting is offered although takes place in the Grand Canyon, and there is lots of boxing and other fighting, mostly at the MGM Grand.

I chose Paradise Found Tours at 1.877.260.5244 to book a tour. There are many excursions available at a price, helicopter rides at night, limo tours with champers (which are cheap) and various other daytime adventures most of which you could do with out the guide and without the cost, cause there is hundreds of miles of desert to explore, and I highly recommend a visit to death valley - head for Dantes view!!

The city as a whole is an entertainment mecca, I loved it and I didn t have enough money to do everything I wanted to do there. The strip feels very safe too, but like other cities there is alot of nasty people around. north end of the strip has alot of Mexicans trying to thrust prostitutes calling cards into your hands, and late night im told that the roads off the strip and downtown are a haven for crack whores, junkies and generally unsavoury people!

Well thats about all I got time for, have to be making my way home now.

I hope this has been informing for you and I seriously recommend you go there! I am trying to get a job there thats how much I love the place. All the lads out there, you should go there! you will love it, if you tip well you get bigger shots, and theres a fair few strip joints too!!

I cant think of anymore to tell you except im going back this year so if I have anything more to report after then I will

"
 
 
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" Fahrenheit 911: Saw it the other day with boyfriend.  Everyone should see the proof of the other side to the lies we've been told for so long. We were both so disturbed after watching it, we couldn't sleep.

San Francisco: Went a few weeks back to visit boyfriend while he was touring on West Coast for a mini-vacation and to sign some books while I was there.  I've been there before, but now I remember why I don't go often.  It was cold, rainy, overpriced, dirtier than any city I've ever been to (except maybe Nuevo Laredo, but close), the traffic and parking and drivers are terrible...No offense to San Franciscans, but the city needs a major overhaul.  I did get to see the old castle my parents lived in during the seventies with a bunch of crazy rockstars and I did meet a fan of the musician my boyfriend was playing with at The Independent club who was totally sweet.  He wanted to get a photo with me and proceeded to tell me that I was a "total package" being a writer and "intelligent, beautiful, and friendly" and so on, which was very sweet, especially coming from a guy who has a boyfriend.  Not trying to get me in bed (obviously) he had no reason to kiss my ass, so it was a well received compliment.  Sometimes when you're cold and tired and feeling a bit droopy, compliments will get you everywhere, darling.

Ocoee: Went whitewater rafting and camping at Ocoee, TN in boyfriend's '76 VW vanagon for his birthday a few days ago.  I fell out of the raft at the Broken Nose rapids.  I did not break my nose, though.  Thankfully.  I am a kick-ass camper, I must say. 

This Is Not A Love Song: The new book...Still working on edits.  I hope to finish very soon. 

Love Is The Drug, The Paperback:  Will be out February 2005.  Got a sneak peek at the new cover concept from my editor last week.  It is VERY different from the first one. ...Stay tuned.

Lots of Cooking:
-Wilted spinach with lemon and garlic and a little olive oil
-Quiche with a potato crust and sundried tomatoes, onions, veggie bacon and Gruyere and Romano cheese
-My favorite comfort meal: Vega chicken noodle casserole
And none of it compares to my mother's Tomato Spice Dressing.  I could pour that stuff over a hairbrush and eat it.

 
Reading: Do It!  Let's Get Off Our But's (still...very involved, but very good), Tao Te Ching

Thinking: About lots of things...Summer is nice but then there is that depressing transitional time that happens right before back to school where it's still very warm but you know it won't be long before the wind starts up, the mornings get cooler, the evenings sometimes get downright cold, flowers and leaves die, and things start to change.  Things always change, don't they?  Why, after this long in my life of being constantly ripped out of the ground and transplanted and rearranged, always the changes are still the hardest?  Even just seasons, just that simple change gets to me.  I just sometimes wish that for a little while longer I could count on things, anything really, to remain the same.

John Kerry:  I'm impressed.  If you didn't see his speech at the Democratic National Convention, go to his website (http://www.johnkerry.com) and read his views and policies.  No matter who you plan to vote for, you can't deny his importance in the race.

Ebay: Still love it.  I have bought and sold the weirdest crap on there.  Anyone want a half-used bottle of lotion that I don't like the smell of anymore? (Just kidding...)

Sleep: The best drug on earth.

Root Canals:  With root canal number six now under my belt, I am officially an old pro at this.  Today they sealed it all up now that the infection is lowered and put a stainless steel temporary on.  The gums are bloody and swollen, my jaw is sore, and I can't chew on that side until my "new" tooth comes in (isn't that strange..."comes in"...Arrives on a truck of some sort and then is cemented in my mouth??)  Two more weeks of right side eating.  Hereditary health and dental issues suck.

Just random thoughts to keep me occupied.  That's what life is about, I suppose.


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" i absolutley cannot sleep. i didn't get to talk to john for long tonight because tracie and jess came over to jam to some oldies (aka will smith and christina pre-sluttiness). i called john at like 1AM and his phone was turned off and i really wanted to hear his voice, so i called it 14 times and made conversation with his voicemail. i have no life. philippe left today to go whitewater rafting with his brother and his brother's girlfriend. [chris and lara]. he'll be gone until friday night (torture). today we went out to lunch after i got back and he said something to me in french which was very sweet... so cute. jess translated it for me and he had said est mignon.. or something which means "you are cute". it was so nice, i gave him a huge hug and we all walked to class and had a hug fest, and phil and i decided that im going to call him philippe mignon (cute felipe) because he is. =D. I got to talk to him tonight which was quite nice, he is having fun with his brother and they leave for maine tomorrow afternoon *tear* but he will be having 8 tons of fun so i shouldn't be sad. since jess has early curfew we'll be here tomorrow night- oh and tomorrow is the blacklight party... i cant believe phil is missing it.. oh well. and then the cruise is on saturday so i need to go get some shoes.. wow i can't believe this is almost over... ok now im getting sleepy, i'll update later... good times good times.. its been like 8 hours and i miss phil already. luckily he jess and alan are planning a road trip to come see me.. hoorah!!!

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