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Monday, October 2, 2017

The security in Las Vegas struck me as being a few notches better than some places I have been.

Above photos were taken during a trip in January 2005, my first and thus-far only visit to Las Vegas.  Since it was only about 3.5 years after the attacks of September 11, 2001, we had some uneasiness; flashy travel destinations with big crowds make flashy targets for the unstable douchebags that are among our human race.  How to guard against a nightmare?  I dunno.  After last night, Las Vegas and all sites therein will be performing a double-down rethink of everything imaginable.




We visited Mandalay Bay as well as many other sites.  We stayed at Luxor, a very nice place.  If the fates allow, we would like to pay another visit to Vegas.   For now, we pray for the victims of the latest madness.  I am not a righteous enough person to pray for the soul of the murderer.  I do not want to hear his name; I do not want to read his name.





To find Mandalay Bay on the above map, it is at the very bottom.  







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