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Discussion in 'Travel/Holiday Advice' started by eatshitndie, Jun 2, 2014.
the ceiling of the check-in lobby at the bellagio in vegas. took it with my iphone.
more beautiful spots....where the heck is this?
this one i can bet not many sinkies have been there.....
Nice place. Will make it as a 'Must Visit' place this lifetime. Thanks for contributing
here are more pics on the bellagio.....she has the unmistakable giant musical fountain in the lake. it presents a free public spectacle every 30 minutes after dusk.
the musical fountain in softer light....with caesar's palace in the background on the right.
the check-in lobby.....
the pool area.....
has anyone in sbf bought an island on this exclusive man-made archipelago? there's hardly anyone there.
how about staying in the world's emptiest hotel?
this $400m fiasco is almost there but has to be torn down due to structural defects. no, it's not in china.
by now, everyone familiar with the largest ghost shopping mall in the world should know where this is.
They had talking about it for 3 years, this hotel will collapse in an earthquake.
Preferred the Dubai Fountain.
China answer to Hallstatt in Austria.
The original is far better. The Bahnhof is across the lake where the ferry meets the train.
The telephone number has only 3 digits and ... the salt mine is fun.
Not sure about the Tiong knockoff.
I went there as an Aussie.
If you go there, you cannot miss this local delicacy, coming down the hill to the town.
No aircon. Only 1 channel on TV. Only first few floors were finished. They blame the Americans everytime there is blackout.
this is the original.
if you think it's a china knockoff from the pic, the tiongs must have done a fabulous job!
i remember that delicacy. on the way down to town by foot, got stuck in a religious procession. the town is a pilgrimage town of sorts. but mostly old folks. young folks find work in lisboa and seldom return.
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