First stop: the Luxor to see the Titanic Artifacts exhibit. Awesome. Awesome. (They told me I couldn’t take photos inside, but that didn’t stop me!) Even when the attendant told me I had to delete it . . . . which I did NOT. Just took a few but it was amazing! Lots of information which I breezed through, but the artifacts and the display was very well done. They even have a huge piece of,fuselage! Once in the gift shop, you can purchase authentic dishes, blankets, even a bit of coal left over from the furnaces! I chose a replica pocket watch for Ted. It is just thrilling to open the casing and see the old Roman numerals and the hand ticking away! I asked the cashier how many times she had seen James Cameron’s “the Titanic” movie which is showing . . . she said, “too many!’
Following this, we headed down to the Bellagio Gardens on the Bus. The garden celebrates the Chinese New Year of the rabbit. The displays of flowers and art was stunning!
The other four ladies will be hopping the bus for Planet Hollywood to check out a sushi restaurant there, while I attend the Cirque de Soliel performance at seven.