Tag Archives: Rias Baixas

A Day of Shopping at Downtown Summerlin

I would say that for the last fifteen years when we have stayed in Las Vegas for pleasure, we stay in Summerlin and not on The Strip.  I mention Summerlin, usually in passing, but Howard Hughes purchased twenty-five-thousand acres in … Continue reading

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Making Room

By now, some of you may be aware that the Easter Season is upon us, actually when you read this, Easter will have past and that is all well and good, as I do like to get ahead with my … Continue reading

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“Asiatic”

Asiatic in today’s Politically Correct society is probably not acceptable, but it is a word that I remember from the great theatrical play and then film called “Mr. Roberts” starring Henry Fonda. It is just a word that has kind … Continue reading

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P. F. Chang’s

The last time that we were in Las Vegas, my Bride promised one of the grandsons that we would take them to P.F. Chang’s.  I was totally surprised that none of the family in Vegas had ever eaten there.  I … Continue reading

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Cork & Thorn

I am always looking for new venues to try wines, and Cork & Thorn is one that I discovered through Social Media. As we took our daily walks from our hotel to Tivoli Village across the road we found this … Continue reading

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Marche Bacchus

Marche Bacchus is a wine shop, a wine bar and a French Bistro that overlooks a small lake populated with black swans in a residential section of Las Vegas, which is in the middle of the desert. Since we were … Continue reading

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Vinsetta Grill

We recently had a chance to have dinner with our Son and his wife and we tried to choose a location that was between us geographically. We chose Vinsetta Grill and all we met there from our different routes. They … Continue reading

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Wine Dotte Bistro

The second day of the Wyandotte Art Fair and I was getting my sea-legs back, after working a twelve plus hour day, and I was out of practice.  On the second day I only had to work an eight hour … Continue reading

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Grape Street

Another beautiful day in Summerlin during our trip to Las Vegas and of course in the morning hours our grandchildren were in school; so what to do? There is always shopping to do and we found ourselves in Downtown Summerlin, … Continue reading

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A Pleasant Afternoon

One of the pleasurable pursuits that we enjoy while in Las Vegas is the chance to walk across the street from our hotel and go to Tivoli Village in Summerlin. For several years we watched this area being built, and … Continue reading

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