That’s right everyone! I finally pre-ordered @ijustine ’s upcoming book! So excited to read what is sure to be a great memoir. Ordered it just in time too! If you haven’t ordered your copy yet I suggest you do so. 😀🎉 #YouTube #iJustineBook #Memoir (at Snapchat: BigAntone34)
If you guys haven’t seen last week’s vlogs from my trip to Las Vegas yet, this is what you are missing. My reaction to my grandfathers dance moves: 🙀#LasVegas #YouTube #Vlogs (at Avina Vlogs: Link in Bio!)
Recently I took a three day vacation to Las Vegas, otherwise known as Sin City. I’ve been to Vegas on numerous occasion, but this trip gave me a chance to really look at the differences between the old Vegas and the New. You see, two versions of the city exist simultaneously now in Vegas. There exists the old Las Vegas, where people can still spend hours and even days sitting at tables or machines, pouring in money while they smoke, drink, and eat to their hearts content. You can see an array of emotions play out in these instances, from joy and glee as the chips stack higher and higher before them, to anger and frustration as the chips are quickly taken from you a handful at a time. You can find this in both the newer casinos and the casinos that have surrounded Freemont Street and the Downtown area of Vegas.
There also exists a new Vegas. This Vegas doesn’t solely rely on gambling as its main export of entertainment. Live shows, concerts, high class restaurants, clubs, world-renowned shopping centers and tourist attractions have begun to bring in families, young couples and large groups and parties to the city. Whether you’re celebrating a birthday or event, looking to relax at the man made beaches of some of the casinos along the Strip, or want to shop in beautiful and ornate shopping centers such as The Venetian, this new Vegas has brought a spark into the city that hasn’t been seen since the days of The Rat Pack at it’s zenith.
Whether you enjoy the simple pleasures of the old Vegas or crave the bright, new features of the new Vegas, this is a town that may feature its share of “sin”, but also allows for an escape from the troubles of home life and dive headfirst into a magical world of bright lights and worthwhile sights. My trip showcased both sides of Vegas, and although I am an avid believer in the new Vegas, it was interesting to see the old Vegas still thriving in the downtown areas. I loved exploring the Venetian/Palazzo and Bellagio hotels and casinos, and look forward to staying on the Strip in the future.
If you want to check out my video blogs (vlogs) on my YouTube channel, follow this link here, (Avina Vlogs), and if you have any pictures, videos or thoughts on Las Vegas or your own trip to Vegas, let me know in the comments below! Where is your favorite place to stay in Las Vegas?
Decided to represent Team Internet and YouTube by having this week’s photos represented by Shane Dawson’s song The Vacation Song!
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Have you guys seen the new videos this week? Daily vlogs, a new episode of The Writers Corner and a brand new tag video are up on my YouTube channel now! I’d appreciate it if you could like this weeks videos and hit that subscribe button! I’d ❤️ you forever! Thanks guys! #YouTube #Vlogs #video (at Avina Vlogs: Link in Bio!)
#flipagram made with @flipagram. See full video at flipagram.com/BigAntone34 The song for the photos from my Vegas vacation is Vegas by #AllTimeLow #Vegas #LasVegas #pictures (at Avina Vlogs: Link in Bio!)