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Las Vegas Trip Report – April 24, 2008 Day Two

21 August 2008 No Comment

Day two, was really day one for us because we had wasted most of yesterday by flying and getting settled into our hotel room.  I finally got my wireless connection going so I had a decent Internet connection for the week.

We got up around noon, went to the Las Vegas Outlet Center south of the airport.  This place is the biggest outlet mall I’ve ever seen it’s well over a mile long and has 130 different outlet stores.  All big brand names are sold there and everything is half the price you would expect it to be.  Only had an hour to grab some stuff but I would be back here a few times through the week to get a new wardrobe, something to take home from Vegas if I can’t take down the casino as planned.

Las Vegas Outlet Center

Las Vegas Outlet Center

We were hitting the links at 2:30pm at the Angel Park Golf Course so we drove on up there.  Everything about Angel Park was top notch.  The service staff are friendly, one of the guys bringing carts out offered to put my new spikes in for me while I was getting ready, thought that was good service.  The most impressive part of the day for me was the rental clubs the gave me, brand new Callaway Hyper X Woods and X20 Irons, better than my own clubs from home.  By the end of the day I wanted to buy a set but I though I would just go back to the hotel and try to win some money to pay for them.

Angel Park Proshop

Angel Park Pro shop

Got back to the Nugget around 7pm, went down to the Shark Tank to go for a swim.  This is probably one of the best things about the Golden Nugget is their sweet pool, with a shark tank that you can swim around from all sides.  Or just take the Water slide down and go through the middle of the tank.  Great way to relax after a great round of Golf.

Golden Nugget Sharktank Pool

Golden Nugget Shark Tank Pool

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