It ended up being cheaper to eat the breakfast buffet where we were staying rather than go to IHOP, so that's what we ended up doing 2 of the 3 mornings.
|Everything from Blintzes and bacon to miso soup and rice for breakfast.|
|There's Ms. Ethyl M. herself.|
|The wallpaper looked edible.|
|Don't sit there, Steve!|
|Don't taste that, Steve!|
|You can't really tell, but that is a big impressive plant.|
|There's an alien cactus sneaking up behind you!|
|This is a jail cell where criminals were put to be humiliated and contained until they could be taken to a prison. In 120 degree weather, I think Id' prefer death to that.|
|The historic leaning outhouse of Clark County, or something like that.|
|A Caterpillar Tractor from back in the day. Almost looks like a "moss-covered-three-handled-family-gredunza."|
|Steve and Mr. Payard both look a little disgusted by the prices of this fine chocolate.|
|The gears of this clock is made of chocolate.|
|Such a lucious-looking place.|
|Yes, there is real gold leaf on some of those.|
|The ceiling in the main entrance|
I had so many pictures of the expensive buffet that I gave it a slideshow of it's own. I must say it was a wonderful experience and certainly memorable. Compared to the other expensive buffet I had in Vegas a few years ago at the M Resort, I think that I prefer the M Resort (plus they're a little cheaper), but they're both truly delicious.
|The ceilings were painted like the sky and the shop fronts were Old World Mediterranian.|
|Yes, this picture is taken indoors.|
|Had to show you some hideous footwear, but it'll be all the rage in suburbia soon, I'm sure. So, look for camo and gold studded silliness at a shoe store near you in the next year or two.|
|Studded sneakers anyone? They cost a fortune.|
We did, however, have a lot of fun and we were exhausted from a week of sightseeing, so although our finale was a "no show," our ten year celebration was incredibly memorable!