|@ a restaurant called 9, a noodle bar. The entrance was an aisle made of goldfish tanks.
A couple months ago I went to Las Vegas, before then I hadn't been to Las Vegas in roughly 5 years and the changes that I saw were amazing but unsurprising. I enjoyed my stay at the Ceasar's Palace, the jacuzzi tub in my bathroom, the pool, the food, even the Roulette table but most of all I enjoyed walking through the newer casinos such as Aria and Cosmopolitan, the decor and structures were eye-candy and so very good entertainment. Please enjoy these handful of photos that I thought were worth sharing.
|Still @ 9 noodle bar. The walls were made of white stencil against a gray stenciled wall creating an effect of depth
which was absolutely amazing! You couldn't even tell where the corners were.
|At 9 once again, back in the kitchen there were 2 long shelves of jarred beans.
|In a mall connected to one of the hotels, maybe it was the Cosmopolitan Hotel, there was this wooden structure that was
actually a restaurant inside.
|Take a closer look at the diners.
|At a hotel entrance there are rectangular columns with pictures of the inside of plants.
|For each image on these columns there is also a description next to them.