(It’s been a while, right?!)
The Venetian, Las Vegas
Undoubtedly one of the most famous casinos in the world, The Venetian sits right in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip. The hotel has a very unique character, using Venice, Italy, as its theme inspiration. The building is to make visitors feel as if they are in the romantic Italian city. Throughout the hotel, you will see replicas of some of the famous Venetian architectural feats, such as Piazza St. Marco and the Lion of Venice column. You can even tour the hotel in a gondola!
Monte Carlo Casino, Monaco
You will be well aware that Monaco is one of the global gambling hubs and the Monte Carlo Casino Resort is the most luxurious in the city. The architecture of the building will grab your attention at first instant. It is beautifully designed with the appearance of a traditional palace and is complemented perfectly by a magnificent garden, immaculately groomed and illuminated with style. An interesting thing to know about this casino is that the residents of Monaco are not actually allowed to enter the gaming floor.
Luxor, Las Vegas
If you have ever had the fortune of visiting the Las Vegas Strip, you will no doubt have noticed the Luxor hotel and casino – and that’s saying something. The building is designed to appear identical to the Egyptians’ astonishing architectural achievement, the Great Pyramid. Enter the building by walking under the head of the ginormous Sphinx, a mythical creature with the body of a lion and the head of a man.
Marina Bay Sands, Singapore
This is the most expensive hotel on the list and its iconic design has transformed the Singapore landscape since its opening in 2010. The spectacular structure consists of three parallel buildings, connected at the peak, occupying a colossal 581,000 square feet of land! The construction project of this casino was described as one of the most difficult in the world.
We all know that visiting the major cities that are home to these magnificent casinos can be very expensive. For this very reason, many people choose to play games from their mobile devices instead. You can even connect to mobile casinos to play Live Dealer games, in which you can watch a live video stream of an actual dealer while you play. With so many different mobile casinos on offer, finding the best online casinos can be a bit tricky.
As well as all the mobile casinos, there is a plethora of mobile bingo sites available for you to play at. Just like with casino sites, it can be really difficult to find which site would be best for you. Luckily, you can find out all about the best bingo sites here!
My kidneys are two organs I have never had a problem with. Since childhood I’ve drank nothing but milk, lots of water, and the occasional cup of juice. From my early twenties onward, nothing but water, as I cut out milk to cut out fat grams and calories. I drink water like a horse, though since my gastric bypass surgery it understandably takes me longer to drink even an 8 ounce glass of water, since I have to sip, not guzzle (ask Amanda how guzzling worked out for her).
Anyway, for the last week and a half I’ve had reoccurring bouts of right flank pain, which is weird, because as I said: I have never had any kidney trouble. No stones, no kidney infections, no bladder issues. It’s probable that the flank/kidney pain is simply deferred ulcer pain, but nevertheless I’ve upped my water intake, will be buying cranberry juice today, and am doing daily temp checks just to make sure I don’t suddenly spike a fever, since that could indicate some type of infection.
Being uninsured sucks at times. While I’m not “actively” sick, it would certainly be nice to see a doctor and just make sure that everything is kosher.
We made it past the Weekend of Vomit. Now Dan has the Man Plague, and my throat is scratchy (throw in the vag rot and I feel like I am dying at both ends). Noooooooooooooo. Spring, come quickly!
(Ryan has been very snuggly lately, and this is something that I’m apparently not the only one taking advantage of.)