Now For Something Completely Different

Instead of a normal, medically-related post, I’m looking for some advice.

I’m headed to Las Vegas tomorrow for a week-long radiation effects conference.  I’ve never been to Vegas and I’m hoping that at least a few of the five or six people following my blog have.  What kinds of things do I absolutely have to do while I’m there?  Some of my thoughts:

  1. Not into strip clubs or brothels
  2. Not into gambling, but I’ve heard that the casinos are still something I need to check out
  3. Shows aren’t really my thing – plus, I’m not all that big of a fan of Tom Jones
  4. I had a friend tell me that the food in Vegas is amazing – restaurant suggestion?
  5. Nothing that takes a tremendous amount of time.  I’ll be studying (or trying to, anyway).

So…thoughts?  Suggestions?  What do I need to make sure to do while I’m there?


3 Responses

  1. Go to the conference and email me about what you learned. This is my area of research interest 🙂

    • Lots of radiation in the ED?

      Upon further review, I probably won’t do much besides check out the conference sessions and study for the MCAT.

  2. Body world is interesting. Go to some of the plays like Phantom of the Opera or Lion King. I don’t know what genre of music you prefer, but there will inevitably be a singer from each genre down there. I know you said you didn’t like shows, but clarify, what do you mean by no shows. Nothing on a stage or is it more specific, like no comedy sketches? I’d assumed plays weren’t classified as shows. I love to walk around and look at the design of the different casinos.

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