Wordless Wednesday

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CityCenter Las Vegas – This 18-million-square-foot, $9 billion casino complex is billed as the most expensive private construction project in U.S. history. CityCenter, a city within a city on the Las Vegas Strip, includes a sprawling casino, 4 hotels, 2,400 homes and 42 restaurants and bars. Completed in 2009, the lavish project was $1.2 billion over-budget and continues to be a major drag for parent company MGM Resorts, which posted a loss of $1.44 billion in 2010 and as most expensive casinos in the world.

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93 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday

  1. angelswhisper2011 says:

    That looks like a town of its own. Very impurressive, Sandee πŸ˜€ We have the best news ever for you: my brother who lives with my mother, Bobo is back. Thank you for your support and purrayers. They truly brought him back home <3 Pawkisses from πŸ’—toπŸ’—πŸΎπŸ˜½πŸ’ž

    • Sandee says:

      We don’t care for Vegas at all. Was there once for one night and off we went. You have a fantastic day too, Marg. πŸ™‚

  2. Jeanne Foguth says:

    That is an amazing building and I know several people who love vacationing in Vegas…. I’m not one of them. Last time we vacationed in the area, we went hiking in the desert. We figure if we go, again, we’ll rent a houseboat on Lake Mead.

  3. DrillerAA says:

    With legalized gambling and casino’s popping up in nearly every state there has been a slow drain on the Vegas tourist economy. Cities Center seems to say, “Too much of a good thing, is not a good thing.” Have a blessed Wednesday.

  4. Cathy Kennedy says:


    9 billion with a B? Wouldn’t you just love to have 1% of that figure? I think I could live comfortable on it, don’t you? lol I just imagine such a place as this and I’m certain it has paid for itself given the kind of traffic these sorts of resorts receive. Have a wonderful not-so-WW, my friend!

  5. A ShutterBug Explores says:

    Lovely photo ~ can’t help but think this country has its priorities upside down ~ Decadent ~
    Son and I in the 90’s passed by there on a ‘road trip’ ~ neither one of us had a desire to see it ~ Plus my husband (his step Dad) had just died (hence the road trip for me) as my son was officer in Navy and next post was on East Coast ~ so enjoyed seeing our beautiful country ~

    Happy Day to you,
    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

    • Sandee says:

      I’d love to see it because these kinds of things amaze me. The rich really does go way out there. Happy day to you and Ms. Zoe. πŸ™‚

  6. Debbie D. says:

    That’s an insane amount of money to spend and to lose! Such a waste. Bigger isn’t always better, as they say. Happy #WW to you. Thanks for hosting this linkup.

    • Sandee says:

      I’ve tried to leave a comment on your Instagram, but I’m not on Instagram. I also got your private comment and have not idea what you said. Sorry, I’m not very good with social media. πŸ™‚

      • Debbie D. says:

        I don’t think you can comment on Instagram unless you have an account there. As for my message that was about Twitter. I wanted to follow you there, but apparently, your account is private and you have to approve it. Nobody can see what you’re sharing there, like your posts or other people’s posts, unless you set it to public. And when someone shares your posts from here it shows @httpstwittercommycomedyplus which doesn’t work well. It should be @mycomedyplus. Sorry to confuse you. Just trying to be helpful. πŸ™‚

    • Sandee says:

      A penthouse suite costs 8 million and a small suite (900 square feet) costs a half a million. I think that’s their problem. πŸ™‚

  7. meowmeowmans says:

    Holy moly, that’s a heck of a lot of money all the way around. I haven’t been to Las Vegas in years. It looks like it’s changed a lot!

    Thank you for hosting, Sandee. We appreciate you!

  8. KB says:

    I just came over to join the blog hop…. and I did join, and then noticed that I was already in it. Thank you for linking me and for hosting the blog hop.

    That casino is a monstrosity in my humble opinion. Vegas isn’t my idea of a fun place to visit…

  9. Cecilia Upchurch says:

    The Vegas of old is no longer now they are all about bigger and better and this is a huge one!!
    We went back in the 70’s and enjoyed it. Saw some great shows. I must say Vegas lost it’s appeal. My daughter and son in law were at the Country Music Concert in Vegas during the massacre. It was their 2nd time going. In 2017 they purchased VIP tickets that put them in covered sitting by the stage. They heard the the bullets flying just above them. General Admission is where they sat in 2016 and that was where most of the victims were in 2017. Thankfully they were not injured physically but it took some time to get their minds beyond the shooting.

  10. Kathe W. says:

    they gambled and lost……we have been to Lost Wages a few times, mostly to see shows…..I never gamble and Russell only puts about $20 into slot machines…..not me. Happy days to you xoxox

  11. ghostmmnc says:

    Very pretty, but I wouldn’t want to live there. Maybe if we were rich big spenders and liked the nightlife, it would be fun. πŸ™‚
    Wishing you a wonderful Wednesday! <3

  12. Isabella Angel BeadedTail says:

    I’ve been by there but haven’t been to it because there were so many people. I don’t like being around all those people on the strip. Grandma from Vegas lives in Sun City Summerlin which is out near Red Rocks, a long way west of the strip, but when I visit her I do like to go to the Bellagio. I love the Italian style and the Conservatory, the Fountains and the Chihuly glass flowers.

    Hope you’re both doing well! Is it April 15th yet? Ugh.

    • Sandee says:

      We didn’t care for Vegas. We spent one night and then headed to the Grand Canyon. We did like that.

      No it’s not April 15th yet, but you’ll survive. You always do. πŸ™‚

  13. XmasDolly says:

    Even though my mom & step-dad lived in Vegas for about five or six (6) years and my daughter & I went there a lot & hubby & I went there one time. He was never there before & I got to tell you this one alright. We were at one of the Casino’s & playing slots here & there & it was really getting late. Neither one of us really won anything. It was one of those put some in get some back kinda night. Then I was just walking around a bit & Dave was still playing & then all of a sudden lights & bells, bells & lights went off in Dave’s machine & his face was so stunned & I went there with a big smile, but he was all nervous & whispered to me, “What did I do break it?” bwahahahaha He never won before & he had no idea what was happening. I explained he won about $250 in the slots & that frown turned upside down HUGE SMILE! BWAHAHAHA Anyway, your Casino we never went there. We just stuck around town and mostly went to a Casino near my Mom’s house. A place called the Santa Fe & there was another she liked, but the name escapes me right now. She lived on one of those Del Web properties & you had to be over 55 to live there. It was beautiful, but a tad expensive. She moved back home as she got older thank God & we got to spend time with her whenever we wanted until she passed away in April of 1996. Bummer! Anyway I could go on & on, but it’s getting late & it’s time for bed. Shot tomorrow… woo hoo!!! Have a great day & sweet dreams… love ya… meeeeeeeeeeeeeeee hehehehe

    • Sandee says:

      I would love to see the homes here. I saw one yesterday that is for sale and I think it went for 9 million. Huge place those. πŸ™‚

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