We have some catching up to do, don't we?
Tuesday morning we had that buffet at Grand Lux I described. Then we went to the Wynn and got cards and played slots for quite a bit. So much that we played through lunch! This is a frightful realization for someone who came to Vegas first and foremost for the excuse to try every nifty restaurant possible. I did see the Wizard of Oz machines at the base of the elevator at the Venetian and they were quite popular. We saw them elsewhere...maybe Wynn?
We decided to see if there were tickets available to another Cirque show available and there were, again with the 25% off link from TripAdisor. We bought tickets for a 7pm showing of Mystere at TI.
Back at the Palazzo we enjoyed our geriatric dining hour (seriously I think it was 4:30) at Dal Toro. It's the Italian restaurant with a view of the Lamborghini dealership. Odd concept to me, but hey, I had steak covered with bleu cheese sauce, that's decadence. Our 3 drinks, 2 appetizers and 2 steaks were about $165 with tip.
We walked over to TI and found a niche in the crowd five minutes before the Siren Show started. It was quite a spectacle. I kept picturing the resumes on the back of the performers' headshots. I'm glad we saw it even if standing in a crowd always makes me a bit, you know, completely insane.
We picked up our tickets and killed some time and money at TI. We wandered into Kahunaville and the couple next to us at the bar handed us an extra two for one coupon. We had possibly our best drinks of the trip - a pair of mango mai tais.
Our seats at Mystere were further from the stage than they were for KA and the theater isn't as comfortable as KA's, but it was a good show. The acrobatics are amazing of course. There are a few things in the show that wear a little thin, but the jawdropping parts make it totally worthwhile. I understand why KA's tickets are a bit more expensive and think KA is more up our alley and totally worth it.
We rounded out the night back at Palazzo.
Then on Wednesday...