This was our free day after deciding to not go on a marathon 15 hour Grand Canyon tour. We returned the rental car, had a great breakfast at Blondies inside Planet Hollywood, although I just realized yesterday that's where I lost my debit card.
The girls spent their day at the pool while Amy and I spent some time in Casino Royale where I struck it rich playing the Wizard of Oz slot machine. Amy and I had White Castles for dinner.. and I have to say they aren't quite as good as a Krystal. :-) Later we found out the girls had the Paris buffet and all you could drink. Living big...
Fremont Street Experience
If you've never been to Fremont Street... you have to go. It's called "experience" for a reason. You have the most varied population, street performers, overhead ziplines, the Golden Nugget Casino and Hotel, and the overhead Light Display, and it's the most diverse area in Vegas.
Speaking of the light display, here's an excerpt from Wikipedia:
The central attraction is a barrel vault canopy, 90 ft (27 m) high at the peak and four blocks, or approximately 1,500 ft (460 m), in length.
There is also Slotzilla, "that is a 12-story, slot machine-inspired zip line attraction. SlotZilla offers "flyers" two levels of lines, the lower "Zipline" (77 feet up) and upper "Zoomline" (114 feet up). The lower lines travel halfway down the Fremont Street Experience pedestrian mall. The upper lines go the entire length of the mall (1,750 feet). Guests on the upper "Zoomline" travel prone, or "superhero-style." SlotZilla cost $17 million to construct and features a launch tower with over-sized dice, a martini glass, a pink flamingo, simulated video reels, a giant arm and two 37-foot-tall showgirls."
We had the pleasure of a return trip to Fremont Street after Mallory left her phone in the Golden Nugget Casino... what happens in Vegas... stays in Vegas. Except her phone and Chelsea! :-) We finally got in bed around 2:30 AM Vegas time (5:30 AM here in Atlanta).