Vegas BlogWorld Trip Day 2, Part 2

September 23, 2008 Posted by Tyler Cruz

Sorry – here’s another quick update from day 2. I had more video and didn’t want it to go to waste so I thought I’d edit and post them here.

It will also buy me time to finish editing the video from day 3. Here’s a short description of what the video entails; it all takes place after we finished looking at the houses:

John driving us to Caesar’s Palace along the strip from the Hilton, us walking around Caesar’s Palace, John showing me the location where he poked the model statue girl in one of his past video posts; a shot of the Trojan horse in front of the toy store – John and I climbed up it (which isn’t shown), and we played with the toys inside for a bit; John getting eating by a dinosaur, more walking, one of the regular repeating shows (with fire and animatronics), the famous fountains in front of the Bellagio at night, and walking billboards.

The music that was pumped out of those giant speakers in front of the Bellagio output the loudest music I’ve ever heard. Granted, I’ve never been to a rock concert, but my ears were absolutely stinging walking past that!

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Posted: September 23rd, 2008 under Videos  

15 Responses to “Vegas BlogWorld Trip Day 2, Part 2”

  1. wesley says:

    This really shows how bad the flip mino is, almost unwatchable when you don’t hold it stable.

  2. Ryan McLean says:

    Isn’t the blog world expo over now? How come you are only on day 2. I don’t mean to be rude it just seems a little strange

  3. Dude, that music is far from loud – try sticking you head in a stack of 20 LAB Subs.

    And how can you not have been to a single gig or rave in your life?!

  4. That looks like fun Tyler. That trojan horse was HUGE. I wish I could’ve seen it up close. The videos are a bit shaky, but still pretty cool.


  5. Get the Edge says:

    Must’ve been to Vegas 20-30 times and seen most of these things but I still love going there.

  6. Was this your first time in the US? I would be interested to here what you did in Korea as well! Keep up the great video posting! By the way what video camera do you use?

  7. gurtey says:

    great videos….man…keep up the good work


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