To learn more about the history of this park visit their website: http://parks.nv.gov/parks/valley-of-fire-state-park/
We hung a hummingbird feeder on the ladder on the back of the camper. Here's a pic of one of the cute little things that visited us everyday.
She has been playing her account and mine, and between the two we got an additional 2 nights stay in a deluxe city view room, two tickets to the Cirque du Soleil show "O" at Bellagio, 2 lunch buffets at Bellagio and 2 dinner buffets at Mirage. We estimate it all totalled about $1,600!!! We had a great time and it was, at least for Cindy, a nice break from camping.
Bruce hasn't played poker since the last time we were in Vegas, which was two years ago. I finally talked him into playing in a small tournament. Even being out of practice, he still managed to come in fourth place!! I know if he played regularly, we could afford to come to Vegas more often!
Aria is a beautiful hotel and casino and, for the environmentally minded, it also received a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold Certification from the U.S. Green Building Council. They even have beautiful light fixtures in the casino that are made out of the chain link fence that enclosed the construction site. A beautiful, luxury hotel in Las Vegas and it's environmentally friendly too!!
The chocolate covered strawberries and chocolate dipped coconut bars left as a welcome in our room. I haven't found these, or chocolates on my pillow in our fifth wheel yet!!