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San Antonio, Texas
September 7, 2005
From journal Married in Las Vegas
Woodstown, New Jersey
May 30, 2004
The music composed off top 40, Latin house music and techno. It isn't bad music, but the combination sounded so I couldn't get into it. They mixed new music with old music background and added all kinds of beats to it. The beats came from guys beating huge techno sounding conga drums. They beat them in all kinds of odd positions while dancing a bit and were pretty fun to watch.
You mostly end up standing unless you’re lucky enough to get a seat at the bar, which was crowded most of the night. There were some seats on the side but they fill up quickly. Somehow one of my friends talked a bouncer into letting her sit in the reserved table area so she could rest her feet. She ended up making friends with a large group of guys that were at a couple tables. So we all got to enjoy the reserved seats and got some free drinks too. I'm not sure how much the tables were, but I heard one of the guys say they paid $500 for one bottle of Grey Goose vodka!
It's a cool place to check out if you like the music, but I had more fun watching the acrobatics.
From journal Eight girls in Las Vegas = Sin City
June 2, 2003
Even though I am only 30 and that’s a bit young, it was OLD for that place! The bar itself is beautiful and fun. They have all sorts of waterfall effects and the main bar is up very high with hundreds of bottles of alcohol which is all back lit. On the top of that is a type of stage that some type of go-go girls were dancing in white bikinis and they had black light on them so they glowed in the dark. The place was packed. We squeezed all the way through to the back and then they wouldn’t let us on the dance floor with drinks (which actually makes sense). So we stood up in the front and talked and finished our drinks. They have rum specialties there but it was way too crowded to find out what they were. I would go back for dinner sometime because the club doesn’t open until 11pm and it was really a pretty place. And I love rum! Some of the other left and when our group got down to four we went back out on the dance floor to kick up our heels. I didn''t know too many of the songs. There were two guys banging on what appeared to be electronic congos. They were playing along to the music making the beats more intense. It was a great place to check out, but not worth the $20 since I couldn''t get a special rum drink and couldn''t realate to the music.
From journal Turning 30, Vegas Style
Los Angeles, California
January 24, 2003
On your way in, be sure to check out Aureole, one of the restaurants in Mandalay Bay near Rumjungle. It features a four-story wine tower and the infamous "Wine Angels," who scale the tower to get your bottle of wine.
From journal Winter in Las Vegas
Briarwood, New York
January 16, 2003
From journal Las Vegas with Pals
Las Vegas, Nevada
October 26, 2002
From journal Living in Las Vegas
December 19, 2001
From journal Must do in Las Vegas (not for families)