The coffee maker in the house didn’t have a carafe, probably broken and the owner didn’t even know. Rather than contacting the owner and waiting, or going out for coffee, I drove to a Walmart 2 miles away and bought a coffee maker for $10.
I made a frittata for breakfast to have with fruit and muffins. The girls really were tickled that I was volunteering to cook. We had a nice walk around the neighborhood until all of us had to pee. Women over 60 drinking coffee have their limits.
Cheryl also made arrangements for us to go to a show, Le Reve-The Dream at the Wynn. Being a scuba diver, she was drawn to a new show that had a water stage, Le Reve. We had complimentary parking with valet at the Wynn, so we went directly there about 4:00. The only request from any of us was to go to the Venetian to see the gondola canal. Luckily, it was next to the Wynn. We spent about an hour walking around the resort. The gondola ride was $29. We all agreed that we would rather put that money towards a nice dinner.
|Mary, Debbie, Martha, Cheryl|
We made it to the show just in time. What a show!! Here is the written description. “Le Reve is a stage production in residence at the Wynn Las Vegas casino resort. It is the only Las Vegas show set in an aquatic theater-in-the-round stage. The show features diving and feats of strength with special effects, including fire effects.” It was not a Cirque du Soleil show, but similar. Le Reve means the dream in French. It tells a story of the struggle between good and evil. The star, a woman, was drawn to the good guy vs the bad guy through out the show. Of course, the performers, set, props, and special effects were all amazing.
|Debbie, Mary, Cheryl, Martha|
|Elvis explaining that you can't take photos unless he is standing in one of the rings on the floor|
|should have had a video to catch all the moving parts|