When I was in Puerto Rico, the tour bus driver said that the water man was the richest man around. The same can be said for Las Vegas which is where I'm at right now.
I don't care if you can purchase a 12 pack of water for $3 bucks. If I see The Agua Man, he has my money each and every time.
I'm still trying to think whose idea it was to come to Las Vegas. Not only is it entertainment city, it's decadence city. The slogan should really be: What stays in Vegas -- is your money -- but that wouldn't be good for tourism, would it?
I was so relieved yesterday when I made it to Albertons. The banana that I got from there was truly the best one that I've ever had. Plus, the clerk was nice enough to give me a rewards card and I was able to get three dollars off my purchase. This morning, I used a Subway card that I won over at Diane Fit to the Finish to get a breakfast sandwich.
Right now, I'm at a branch of the Las Vegas library. When I asked at the bell desk if I could walk to the library, this guy looked at me as if I was crazy. So, I walked half of the way and caught the bus the rest of the way. There was a nice breeze. Really, there was...
This replica is about the closet that I'll get to the Eiffel Tower for now but one can hope, can't she?
Re: fitness and food, what's your strategy when traveling?