Bellagio was a lot of fun. There was the Cirque Du Soleil show "O" which performs in and around a 1.5 million gallon pool of water. The Fabergé art show at their Fine Art Gallery was ok, but I would have liked more of those luscious eggs. The enamel cigarette cases were beautifully crafted and are a dying art.

We ate dinner at the stunning resturant PICASSO. We had a fantastic waiter named Blake and I think he enjoyed us as well. Tony Curtis came in with a huge cowboy hat on, and an Amazonian blonde on his arm. They were eating at a small table that was conviently on the way to the restroom, so we all got a good look. I nicknamed her "Blue Sonja" for her bright turquiose fur coat. All in all, a memorable evening was had by all.

Chihuly Glass Ceiling

Dancing Waters

Bellagio Las Vegas

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