Why you should care ...

For the next six days, please join me as we look into the future of what our digital lives will be like. From what we can see already, it’s going to be interesting. Whether you are bleeding-edge or reluctant technology hold-out, the landscape around you is moving like a bullet into: More...

High Roller opens in Las Vegas Mar31

High Roller opens in Las Vegas

The High Roller opened today, thrilling Las Vegas visitors and residents alike to a view of Vegas never before seen. The wheel is 550 feet tall and rotates once each 30 minutes. Tickets for the thirty minute ride cost $24.95 for daytime and $34.95 for night. Go to the front of the line with the Express Pass for $59.95. The High Roller is the feature attraction of the LINQ, Las Vegas’ newest outdoor dining, entertainment and shopping district. Riders will certainly enjoy the air-conditioned Italian-handbuilt, glass wrapped cabins with 360-degree views. Each car can hold a maximum of 40 people. Group reservations are available so you...

Las Vegas – betting on resort fees Jan24

Las Vegas – betting on resort fees

When we go on vacation, we like to get the most from our dollar. Checking multiple sites online, using coupons, querying travel agents…whatever it takes to get the best deal.  What you don’t want is a budget busting surprise after you’ve already arrived. I’ve ranted before about the hidden fees airlines were instituting, and those all seem to be pretty much out in the open now. A few search engines will even add them in as you check flight costs. The latest though that still is hidden for the most part is hotel resort fees.  And I’m not just talking about the legitimate resorts on the beach, I’m taking about run of the mill hotels in Las...

FlyBorgata lets you travel like a rockstar Dec09

FlyBorgata lets you travel like a rockstar

When I first heard about the FlyBorgata program, I almost dismissed it as something only the rich and famous would do. Glad I decided to look into it a bit more. It may be the closest you’ll ever come to getting treated like royalty, without having to endure a blue-blood transfusion.   FlyBorgata is a program available in fifteen cities across the US, where you’ll take a small private jet charter to Atlantic City, spend Friday and Saturday nights in the luxurious Borgata Hotel and then fly home again on Sunday. All for one affordable price. Catch your jet near home We drove to Atlantic Aviation, a private jet terminal near Cleveland...

Travel to Las Vegas ...

Looking for another reason to travel to Las Vegas? Need more photos of Elvis? If you answered in the affirmative, your Evening Prayer has been answered. Friday night, Cirque du Soleil, partnering with Elvis Presley Enterprises, presented the world premiere of Viva Elvis at the Aria Resort and...