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TR - 10/6 - 10/13. Tropicana, Paris - Warning, very long

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TR - 10/6 - 10/13. Tropicana, Paris - Warning, very long

Background:

Me, DH, both early 50’s. We’ve been to Vegas twice before – first stay at Flamingo, second stay at Bally’s – 2 years between and 3 years til this visit. The Tropicana stay was organized via Nicole.

I'll post as individual days with my overall observations at the end.

We are basic slot players, not foodies.

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1. Re: TR - 10/6 - 10/13. Tropicana, Paris - Warning, very long

Wednesay, 6th October

My son picked us up at 6:15am to take us to the airport. From our place we have to travel through peak morning traffic so we had no choice but to leave early for our 11am flight with check in 3 hrs before at 8am. Had a good run and arrived at 7:15am. Wandered around the airport for awhile, then stood in the check in line. Once we had our boarding passes we went through emigration and grabbed a coffee and ambled around the shops. Time went pretty quickly and before we knew it we were boarding for our 13.5 hour flight. Neither of us slept at all so we were suitably knackered by the time we arrived in LA.

Made it into LAX at 7am – still on 6th October – and checked in Southwest for our connecting flight at 10:30am. Have to say LAX is a dog of an airport but waited it out in relative discomfort and before we knew it we were on our way to our favourite place to visit in the world – Vegas baby!

Got to love that first view of Vegas, even without the twinkling lights of night. Luggage was obviously in the bowels of the plane because it took ages to come through but have to say the carousel organization in Vegas is great. Off to the taxi queue. Huge line but I timed it and it only took 9 minutes until we were on our way. Tropicana via Swenson, and we were at the hotel in no time.

Check in was smooth, only one person at each of the three open check in counters and we were able to get into our “high as you can with a strip view” room straight away. We were assigned 1913 in the Paradise Tower. The view was pretty good. Mainly of the MGM which was straight in front of the window, and right to Hooters, left just about to NYNY. We were really pleased with the room. It was bright and clean and seemed welcoming. We had problems with the safe so we rang down to the front desk who had security with us in less than 5 minutes.

Our intention was to grab a couple of hours sleep as we both felt a little zombie like when we arrived, but the lights of the casino got to us so we literally dumped our bags and headed downstairs for a quick play. We really liked the casino. Sure, it’s smaller than most but the selection of slots is great and it has an airy feel to it that we both loved. It also seemed smoke free so their ventilation system must be really good. This is something we noticed through our 5 nights here, even when they were really busy on Saturday night.

After awhile we decided to head down to Mandalay Bay, which was my favourite casino (along with Bellagio) to play in on our last visits. So, straight across the walkway to Excalibur and then on the tram to MB. Lost, lost, lost. Funny how a casino loses it’s appeal when you don’t win anything. Back to the Trop via a slow walk through Luxor and Excalibur, making small donations along the way but unfortunately not getting the buzz you usually get when you give – just a small feeling of pain that the casinos were so ungracious not to give anything in return.

Quick meal at South Beach Café at the Trop – 2 cheeseburges, 2 fries, 2 sodas, $30. Bed at 9:15pm – shaking our heads and wondering where the day went.

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2. Re: TR - 10/6 - 10/13. Tropicana, Paris - Warning, very long

Thursday, 7th October

Woke at a little after midnight but we both dozed off again and woke at 9am feeling really refreshed. The beds and pillows in the room are truly awesomely comfortable. Couldn’t face breakfast but walked to MGM and found Starbucks for a nice Vanilla Latte.

Played in MGM for awhile. Found a great machine with 2 seats and 2 screens. You could bet different amounts on each screen, but when one got the bonus the other one played as well. I put in $20 and eventually we pulled out $100. We probably played for an hour here getting bonus after bonus.

Wandered over to NYNY and just walked around for awhile. Decided we were hungry at last and grabbed a couple of the best hot dogs we had ever had. Can’t remember the name of the shop, but it was along one of the cobbled streets.

Wandered up to Monte Carlo. This casino is looking pretty tired since our last visit 3 years ago. I can remember how the chandeliers blew me away last time. This time around everything looked a little dark and dingy. Actually this became a general thought of the MGM group hotels. Maybe all of their money went into City Centre. Wandered up there next and ended up straight into Aria with no problems. I can’t say I found it dark, especially not after walking through NYNY and MC first. Played for awhile but they seemed to have an abundance of higher denomination machines and I prefer to bet bigger on the pennies.

We didn’t really have any plans but I was going to try to get downtown for a meet with Heidi. DH wasn’t all that fussed about going downtown at all this trip as neither of us had really enjoyed it on our last visits, but we wandered down to the Flamingo and before you know it I had worked our way to the bus which had just arrived, so we jumped on heading to Fremont Street. The traffic was horrendous. We jumped on the bus at 3:30 so I knew we were going to be late for the 4:00 meet but we didn’t actually arrive until nearly 5pm. Headed to 4 Queens but couldn’t identify anyone that looked like they were waiting for anyone so grabbed a couple of beers and had a play.

Strolled outside towards the Golden Nugget and decided I had to have a slushie in one of those ridiculous drink containers. Found a stand outside GN but it wasn’t slushies, just spirits. So I asked for a Bacardi Coke in a yard glass (plastic) which just about blew my head off. After a couple of slurps all was well with the world so we continued on our casino crawl.

Won $400 and then $800 in Binions on pennies. All I can remember is that one had some sort of progressive bonus that was a group play and was along a wall, and the other was some old style looking Cleopatra type of machine. I was obviously betting max, but probably didn’t know it.

I don’t remember anything else at all about downtown, but I do know we caught the deuce back at 11pm, but only because I made notes before I went to sleep!

Off the bus at Trop and realized we were starving. Figured the best bet for food at midnight would be MGM. Couldn’t find anything open at all other than a little snack bar – that place is truly a maze. DH had what he called an ordinary burger and I had an awful Reuben sandwich. Can’t remember the price, but whatever it was it was too much.

Bed at 1:15.

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3. Re: TR - 10/6 - 10/13. Tropicana, Paris - Warning, very long

Friday, 8th October

Up at 8am and feeling a bit off today. Tummy seemed really unsettled but not hangover-ish if you know what I mean. Probably that godawful sandwich before bed still rolling around. Grabbed some coffee from South Beach Café and played for awhile in the Trop. Btw, the coffee is free for 24 hours if you take your container back to South Beach.

Didn’t feel much better but we’re on vacation so had to keep moving. Jumped on the deuce to The Venetian. The bus stop is right outside the Trop and always nearly empty at the south end of the strip so we found it really easy to get around this way.

Wandered around The V for awhile but just couldn’t get into it and didn’t do the place justice. Carried on to the Wynn. We were seeing Le Reve at 7pm and intended to stay nearby and play until the show but DH said I really didn’t look well and suggested we made our way back to the Trop and lay down for awhile, which we did.

Feeling much better, we jumped back on the deuce to Wynn at 3:30. Had the famous chocolate martini and have to say it was the best drink of the trip. 3 more quickly followed but I have to say the last 2 were a bit wishy washy. I guess the bartender had changed. Went to Grand Luxe for lunch – another recommendation from the forum. Les had the Max burger and I had the Asian Salad - $50 incl tip. This proved to be the best meal of the week. DH is still raving about that burger now.

Le Reve was spectacular and we were glad we picked this show. Neither of us are much into shows of any kind, but we really enjoyed it. Had a play, no wins, and then headed back to The Trop on the deuce from Fashion Show Mall. That was a mistake! Construction outside the Cosmopolitan had been causing issues since we arrived but it was ridiculous this time. It took us 1Hr 15m from TI to Caesars where we eventually turned right and detoured around the construction by going down to the Rio and hanging a left, and eventually left back to the Blvd at MGM.

Once we were back at the Trop we were feeling a bit hungry so nipped into South Beach Café for fish and chips. Adequate but at $28 for two seemed expensive compared to the magnificent meal at Grand Luxe. Played on Wizard of Oz for awhile and ended up taking out $100. Bed at 12:50am.

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4. Re: TR - 10/6 - 10/13. Tropicana, Paris - Warning, very long

Saturday, 9th October

DH didn’t sleep too well as this time he had an upset tummy, and therefore I didn’t sleep well because he kept disturbing me. Set off around 8:30 to Excalibur and once again took the tram to MB. No luck again here, so ambled back through Luxor and back to Excalibur donating along the way and taking a leisurely look around the hotels. Seems like all I could do was donate to the Vegas cause today, not that they needed it because it was incredibly busy everywhere. The US economy looked alive and kicking today.

Nipped back across to The Trop to pick up a jumper in case we hit any cold casinos. Jumped on the deuce and made our way to Wynn. I had earned plenty enough points already for the 2 ‘free’ buffets so planned to get there just before dinner at 3:30 to avoid any queues. Wandered around Encore and finally took some money out - $200 on my new best friend Sex and the City – and then headed to the buffet. It was ok but not as great as I thought it would be. Maybe my expectations were too high. It is just a buffet after all. The desserts were to die for though, but I’m more of a savoury kind of gal so I didn’t really do them justice.

Left and played some more and then realized I had enough points to spin the wheel. Wouldn’t you know it, I won another buffet! DH had also earned enough for his 2 free buffets too. We’ll see if we can take in another buffet before we leave.

I was still a bit out of sorts, blisters on my feet as well, even though I had taken every precaution I could think of. 3 changes of shoes no less, and applying blister band-aids before they even happened. You just can’t prevent them when you walk miles and miles each day though. We headed back to The Trop to pick up some more cash but decided to try a different way this time because of the stupid construction traffic. Deuce up to Sahara, donated a bit there and then the monorail to MGM.

Picked up some money and I was happy to hang around The Trop for awhile and rest my feel but DH was starting to comment that I didn’t have any get up and go and this was our vacation. So I gritted my teeth and out we went again. On the deuce one stop to Monte Carlo. It was packed and full of boozed up guys and gals. I must be getting older than I thought because I wasn’t enjoying the crowds or the yelling a yahooing at all.

We crossed the strip and did some more souvenir shopping and gradually made our way back to The Trop.

This place really feels like home now and the atmosphere is so much more relaxed. Played for a few hours and had some wins here and there. Cats became my cashcow and whenever I started losing, I headed over to one of those machines and recouped some money. I found it played best on max lines x 3 = 90c. Any more and it stopped paying, any less and I was just frustrated that I didn’t win enough when I did have a good line win. Bed at 12:05.

One thing we did today was went to look at the preview of their new show The Mob Experience. It’s little more than a shop for The Mob gear but they have a couple of neat models of what the show layout will be and a lovely young lady explained how it will work.

Basically it will be about 30 rooms that you wander through showing the changes in Vegas and with it the Mob over the years. You will pick one of 9 hologram figures to guide you through and each gives you a different perspective and experience. The holograms will be actors that have played Mob characters in the movies, like Al Pacino.

Hence the reason they are selling annual passes as you can have several different experiences. She said one room will be covered in sand representing the desert and then Vegas miraculously appears in front of you. Apparently there are challenges along the way and the upshot is you either die in the last room or become a mobster. They also have loads of mob artifacts along the way like letters to their wives, actual guns, family photos, etc. I think it will represent great value for money compared to other shows on the strip. They expect it to run for around 10 years as opposed to the usual 5 as they think returning visitors will still be able to visit to get a different experience.

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5. Re: TR - 10/6 - 10/13. Tropicana, Paris - Warning, very long

Sunday, 10th October

We both slept well at got up around 9am. Decided to go to the MGM for a simple McDonalds breakfast. We found it by accident when we came back on the monorail yesterday. No doubt it would have been open when we were looking for food the other night! We decided the easiest way to find it would be to follow the signs to the monorail as we know we passed the foodcourt between the monorail and the casino. Well, we got to the monorail alright but no food court in sight. Who would have guessed there was more than one way to the monorail? So breakfast consisted of a pretty ordinary Nathans hotdog from a stand near the monorail entrance.

We had passed CSI The Experience on the way though so decided to pop in there and have a change of pace for awhile. It was a bit of frivolous fun for an hour or so.

Left MGM and walked down to M&M World and just wandered in and out of the shops along the way. Bought a yard slushie from Rok at Planet Hollywood. I don’t get this casino at all. It just seems really boring to me and poorly laid out.

Anyhoo, made our way across to Aria to pick up an Elvis souvenir for my best friend. It’s amazing that a place that is so Elvis orientated don’t sell any tacky souvenirs anywhere at all. We had looked all over downtown and in the strip stores and there was nothing at all. I figured there would be a retail store outside CDS Elvis and sure enough there was. The problem here though was that I couldn’t find anything that said Elvis and Las Vegas. Eventually I found a magnet with Elvis on it and some dangly dice and Las Vegas sign. That would have to do. Twenty bucks later I had my last souvenir bought.

Wandered back to Monte Carlo and through Excalibur on our way back to The Trop to drop off our bags of crap (souvenirs). Played for awhile here and then decided it would be the perfect night to go to Mix at Mandalay Bay. Walked across to Excalibur and jumped on the tram. The sun was just starting to set so it seemed like the perfect time. Found Mix pretty easily by following the signs and wouldn’t you know it, the lounge was closed to the public until 11pm.

So having been turned around, we thought we’d find somewhere to eat. Ended up and Red, White and Blue – no queue – and both ordered a mixed grill which consisted of a small fillet, 3 or 4 ribs, butterflied chicken breast, a chorizo sausage, veg and steak fries. It was a really good meal and perfectly cooked but way too much food. I got through half of mine and DH had about ¾ of his. Bill was $64 plus tip, plus drinks.

We played our way through the casinos back to The Trop and came out about even. Put $100 in at the Trop and wandered around the machines winning and losing on the way. It eventually all went but we played for nearly 3 hours. Bed at 12:15.

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6. Re: TR - 10/6 - 10/13. Tropicana, Paris - Warning, very long

Monday, 11th October

Check out day from The Trop. Got up at about 8:30, packed and went downstairs for coffee and a play. At about 10am I decided to check on my points at the Promotions desk to see if I could use anything towards my bill. My card said $58 so I was quite pleased with that.

I was totally surprised when Promotions said my points and comps equated to $394 which they gave me a voucher for. I still couldn’t quite get my head around it, but we went to the checkout desk and indeed it was correct, and they even said they would credit $4.07 to the credit card I had used for my deposit. Score! She also said that based on my play I should arrange for a host next time I booked a reservation. I explained (in case she hadn’t noticed) that we were from Australia and only made every 2 -3 years, but she said that wouldn’t make any difference at all and she was sure we would have comped rooms and food on our next stay. That was a nice surpise.

Made our way out front for the taxi line and for the first time all week there were no cabs. I’m glad we weren’t in a hurry to get to the airport because we waited for 45 minutes and we started at the front of the queue. There had to be 20 groups behind us by the time we left for Paris.

Tried to check in but were told our room was still occupied and they had nothing else and as check in was at 4pm we should come back then. The guy was polite enough but this was my first taste of feeling like just another number in Vegas. We checked our bags and wandered around and played and drank.

Went to PH, Ballys, Flamingo and O’Sheas where I got stuck into the guiness – big mistake. DH grabbed a burger from Burger King at O’Sheas and just as well as it was already 3pm and we hadn’t eaten at all. I was well passed the thought of food and it would probably have gotten really ugly later on.

Checked in, somewhat coherently, at Paris at 3:30pm. We had a premier Red Room which meant a view of the fountains. The room was nice and clean and looked good with the reds and browns. The bed had one of those old spring mattresses and the pillows had seen better days. Nice view though. The bathroom was the only thing that was better than The Trop in my opinion, and the view I suppose.

Once the cases were up to the room, which I have to say was really quick, we wandered over to Bellagio. I loved this casino on previous visits and had been dying to get there. I was a bit disappointed with the machines and they seemed to have far more of the bar and bell type machines than the newer type. Walked through to Caesars and grabbed some lunch at the food court. We both had chow mein from the Chinese place. It looked a bit ordinary but tasted really good. $20.

My feet were giving me all sorts of trouble now and I was on a come down from all that alcohol earlier in the day. Decided the only thing to do was start drinking again! – slow and easy this time – and I started to pick up. Wandered through Imperial Palace. We’ve never actually been inside the casino before and were amazed at how big it is. Quite surprised.

Just couldn’t walk any further so we had a really slow wander back to Paris and played for awhile there. It was getting late but for some reason we decided to head to Bally’s at 10pm and surprisingly quite enjoyed ourselves. I say surprisingly, because we stayed here last time and thought the casino was pretty boring. Left at about 11:30, picked up a bag of chips from one of the ‘essentials’ stores and went back to the room. Saw 2 fountain shows, wrote up my notes and got to bed at 12:20.

Forgot to mention that another positive of this room was the small one cup coffee maker and supplies for it, and the empty drinks fridge which was great for storing our water in. It was a treat to be drinking decaf in bed while writing up my notes.

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7. Re: TR - 10/6 - 10/13. Tropicana, Paris - Warning, very long

Tuesday, 12th October

Woke at 8:30. Down for a quick play in the casino and then headed over to the Rewards desk to find out how the promotions worked. They wouldn’t link our cards yesterday as we were ‘foreigners’ but it doesn’t seem to matter as we could use both cards on check out to reduce our bill. I had earnt $26.78 so far. We played in Harrahs casinos a lot yesterday and at odd times during the week so I was surprised it was so low to be honest compared to The Trop although you must remember my card at the end of 5 days at The Trop was $58 but there must be different types of comps behind it that I didn’t understand to have actually earnt $394.

Jumped on the deuce which was loading as we got to the front of Paris and head to Wynn. DH redeemed his ‘free’ buffets and we went to the buffet for breakfast. I enjoyed this much more than their dinner. Didn’t hang around long, just donated a couple of $20’s then walked across the bridge to Fashion Show Mall. Had a very short wander through – feet issues continuing – and then went into TI. Didn’t like it in here at all. Dark and dingy. It seemed really well worn after coming out of the pristine Wynn complex.

Left my usual donation and caught the tram to The Mirage. We wandered through and played here and there but nothing much was happening for me. The penguins were kind to DH for awhile though. Crossed the road and play in Harrahs, then Bills where I turned $20 into $200 on Wizard of Oz. Strolled down to Flamingo and S&TC eventually befriended me after a few false starts and I took out $100. Back to the Paris via Bally’s to drop off more souvenirs. I know, I said we had finished shopping but there is always something else to buy.

Once in the room DH gave me a foot massage and I actually dozed off for an hour. At 4:15 changed and headed to Bally’s to catch the shuttle to Rio. Wandered around the casino but no machines were calling me for a change so we headed to Voodoo. Must have past the entrance a dozen times before we found our way in. We felt a bit intimidated because people waiting for the lift were suited up and we were in shorts and tees, but when we got to the 50th floor the reservations desk waved us through to the outside area.

Came back inside to get our compulsory witch doctor. The bartender asked if we had tried one before and grinned when we said this was a first for us. I said we would share, and he agreed it would be a good idea. I was stunned at the amount of alcohol that went into that glass. $26.

Headed outside and it truly has to be the best view in Vegas. Stratosphere is good but everything seems so far away from up there. At Voodoo it was just magnificent watching the lights come on all along the strip. We got chatting to a couple in from Nth Dakota and had a lovely chat about our different cultures.

Headed back down to the casino and won $200 on one of the Eagle multi play machines. Headed to the Rio seafood buffet and have to say it was the worst food of our trip. Everything was tasteless and for $89 I felt truly ripped off. Definitely save your money and go somewhere else. They advertise half lobster tails, but don’t tell you that are all of 2” long. I’m usually pretty easy going and not a foodie and wondered if it was just that I was over the buffet thing.

Back to the shuttle. The queue was huge for Bally’s but there was one with 2 seats left on it heading to Harrahs so we took that one. Obviously that meant we had to play in Harrahs for awhile, which we did, and after losing again wandered through Flamingo and Bally’s dropping money along the way.

Back to Paris and took $100 from a Sirens machine ($1.50 bet) and $100 from a 25c Top Dollar machine. It was the first time I had played Top Dollar as it was back to the boring bars but I kept getting the feature. I didn’t win a whole lot on the feature but must have had it 10 times so quickly got to $100 and ran.

Back in the room at 11:45 and saw our last two fountain shows from the window. Packed and got organized for check out tomorrow. Bed at 12:30.

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8. Re: TR - 10/6 - 10/13. Tropicana, Paris - Warning, very long

Wednesday, 13th October

DH had an awful nights sleep. Said I was snoring, if you can believe that, and saw every hour of the night.

Got up 8:10 and had a meeting set up with a colleague from Australia (a different State office) who had arrived the day before. We arranged to meet at Mon Ami Gabi at 8:30. Surprisingly enough we made it and so did her and her DH. Enjoyed a leisurely breakfast on an outside table – DH had an cheese and onion omelet, and I had the strawberry waffles, and orange juice and coffee for both of us. Bill was $45 which seemed reasonable for a classy service.

We said our goodbyes and we headed back to the room so I could wash my hair. We checked out, had $65 taken off our bill for earnt reward points, checked our bags and headed over to Bellagio. I wanted to see the conservatory and it was wonderful as usual. We took the compulsory photos then found the patisserie for the chocolate fountain which we had never seen before. If I had a sweet tooth I think I could take up residence here.

We played for awhile and then I went over to an empty Promotions desk to ask what I could do with my earnt points as we were leaving that day. She asked if we had just checked out of the hotel and I said that we hadn’t stayed with them. She raised her eyebrow and said that she was prepared to offer me one comp buffet and would not take off my points. I never even thought about asking for something from MGM. Anyhow, this was gratefully received and we headed to the buffet for lunch as it was about 1:30 already.

It restored my faith in buffets. It was just wonderful and the service was great. This will be on our hit list next time for dinner.

We carried on playing and then wandered back to Paris to pick up our bags at 3:30 and a cab to the airport for our 5:15 flight.

Tried not to think about the horrendous journey in front of us, but we arrived in LAX at 6:20, and our VAustralia flight wasn’t until 11:55pm. Checked in, although that took about an hour, and then thought we’d stroll around the shops and stuff in the airport after going through passport control. What a joke that was! Once again we forgot how awful LAX airport is for travelers.

We couldn’t even get a seat in the terminal for about an hour but were lucky enough to find 2 seats squashed in the back at Starbucks/Burger King.

The flight was uneventful and we had scored bulkhead seats so actually managed to sleep for a good while of the 14 hours flight back. Customs and immigration at Brisbane was horrendous and it took us 2 hours to get through both lines. My poor son and grandson had been waiting since 7am and we finally made it out at around 9:15.

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9. Re: TR - 10/6 - 10/13. Tropicana, Paris - Warning, very long

Observations

The Tropicana is doing everything right so far. If they can keep up the steady growth – I know they have more food places opening and a nightclub was due to open as we were leaving – and retain their pricing, I think they will do well. We loved the feel of this hotel and they seem to pay particular emphasis on cleanliness. They are always sweeping and mopping the floors, and someone seems to spend their whole day wiping down all glass areas. The front doors were spotless and we didn't notice this happening anywhere else.

Mid Strip is just not essential for us anymore. It was packed day and night and we didn’t really go much on the casinos anyway.

Paris treats everyone as a number and there seems to be little interest in the individual. The hotel was probably the smokiest we came across on the strip.

I forgot to mention that the Sahara is a dump. The toilets were so foul that if I was desperate I would have turned right around and walked out.

Our next visit will be split between Tropicana and Wynn and I think we might just head to centre Strip during the day when we feel like it.

Drinks and payouts are much better downtown.

Sorry this was so long, but when you plan a trip for as long as we had done then there is a lot to cram in.

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10. Re: TR - 10/6 - 10/13. Tropicana, Paris - Warning, very long

Just remembered - best pina coladas when playing were at Flamingo, and that drink service was abundant wherever we went. We drank steadily but were turning cocktail waitresses away more often than we were ordering drinks. Best drink we had was the chocolate martinin in Wynn.