Daily Archives: January 5, 2020

Las Vegas Casinos

If I asked you about gambling, what's the first thing that comes to mind? Undoubtedly, Las Vegas Casinos will be the first! The spot is well earned with it's constant growth of new luxurious casinos, hotels and condos, in addition to the billions of dollars spent in restoration and renovations of some of the original and world restructured casinos that were there when it all began. Not to mention the millions of dollars that go into maintaining this Adult Playground, Capital of the World. Without question, Las Vegas is home to some of the most breathtaking pieces of real-estate all over the world.

Take for instance some of the award winning Five Diamond resorts: The Venetian, The Palazzo, Wynn Hotel and Bellagio Hotel. All have they're unique theme in decor and ambiance, and are individually known for their particular Vegas Shows, restaurants, Bars, Clubs and Lounges. All are equal as state of the art of gaming facilities with games including blackjack, poker, craps, baccarat, roulette, keno and wide variety of slot machines. Given the attributes of each of these Casinos all attract their own clientele consisting of high rollers, Las Vegas locales and Vegas connoisseurs who will desire their view on which IS the "Best" hotel in Las Vegas.

One of these Award Winning Casinos mentioned, created by the Las Vegas Sands is The Venetian. This artistic establishment boasts a heavy and entertaining recreation of true Italy- Venice. Embracing every detail of this romantic city, The Venetian's recreation is done flawlessly capturing everything from the Sistine Chapel, remarkable frescos, gourmet Italian food from restaurants and eateries that place you on "the streets of Venice", a replica of the Rialto Bridge, complete With gondolas passing through the "Grand Canals" with the finishing touch of what appear to be Authentic Gondoliers serenading …

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Feng Shui Travels

Often, I am approached by people at my seminars and talks, who are very interested in Feng Shui, but are intimidated by the idea of lots of formulas, and mugging information. Or they think it is a seriously complex field of study that is dry and extremely tedious. Actually in fact, there’s a lot of excitement and adventure in Feng Shui! Learning and researching Feng Shui is not about being trapped in a library full of dusty books or slogging away in a classroom. On the contrary, learning Feng Shui involves a lot of observation and adventure. That’s why I encourage my students to Walk the Mountains and Chase the Dragons – to go out, look at the mountains and rivers, observe buildings and be curious about everything.

Up the mountain, down the river

Researching and studying Feng Shui is like being Indiana Jones – there are no rickety bridges to cross or gun-toting characters that cross our paths, but there’s quite a bit of adventure, travel, and detective work involved. Finding and studying interesting Feng Shui formations has taken me to a lot of places that probably most people wouldn’t go. Occasionally it’s quite exciting. Going to the rooftop of the world in Tibet in search of Heavenly Pool Water and breathing canned oxygen all the way just to get a glimpse of the unique High Level Dragons that are found in Tibet was definitely an adventure, not just for me, but for my students who went to Tibet with me this year.

Sometimes however, quite a lot of detective work and legwork is needed to discover interesting Feng Shui spots and locations, especially those with historical significance. For example, searching for the Yin House locations of great leaders and historical figures in China takes a lot of effort. …

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