Christmas in Vegas

Second year in a row I went to Las Vegas with the family for Christmas. We usually go for the buffets and to take a break from home for a couple of days. This time we stayed at the Tahiti Village which is a little bit down from the main hotels, but had a shuttle down to the strip.

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Three things I look for when eating at a Vegas buffet are prime rib, crab legs, and shrimp. They are usually available at most buffets, but its the quality that sets them apart from each other. Just because you have quantity of choices doesn’t make them quality. I went to Mirage again since it was the best one I went to last year, but I also tried out the Rio Seafood buffet that I hear it amazing. It was decent, but still not as good as Mirage in my opinion.

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I like Mirage since the cut the crab legs, and peel the shrimp already for you.

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The cake looked better than it actually was. It was bit too hard than a cake should be.

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After eating all that food at the buffet at Mirage, I went to walk it off. Outside of Mirage, they have a Volcano show that I’ve never seen. Rest of the pictures are straight out of the camera. Didn’t really feel the need to edit them.

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There was a Ferrari store at the Wynn too, but by the prices of stuff I saw, a picture would have been a million dollars.

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Saw this SLS outside the Mandarin Oriental

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Dinner at the Rio Seafood Buffet

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