Posts By: Chris Dugas

Hiking the Grand Canyon

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Nothing really prepares you for the first time you walk up to the edge of the Grand Canyon. Considered one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, no photographs or video footage can accurately depict or do any real justice to the actual experience of seeing this jaw-dropping creation up-close and personal. There are certain destinations in this world […]

Joe’s Seafood, Prime Steak & Stone Crab

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If I could re-live my 20s in any other era, I would have to give serious consideration to the late 50s and early 60s. From the cool jazz clubs in pre-embargo Havana, to Sinatra and the rest of the Rat Pack drinking martinis and hanging out in old Vegas, I can really connect with the style and atmosphere – at […]

FIREFLY On Paradise

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One of my all-time favorite dining experiences is tapas. After spending a few weeks in Spain several years ago, I fell in love with the extensive variety of tasty dishes from the various regions. So when I came across the strong reviews for FIREFLY Tapas Kitchen & Bar in Las Vegas, I was quick to book lunch […]

Roy’s Las Vegas

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Our next stop on our culinary journey through Las Vegas brought us to Roy’s Las Vegas. I often use Trip Advisor when researching hotels and restaurants to visit during our travels, and Roy’s ranks number 1 out of 1990 restaurants in Las Vegas. This fact alone had me pretty interested in checking this place out.   […]

A Little Piece of Paris

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I’m a huge fan of French cooking. I mean – fresh herbs, the butter, the cream, the wine – what’s not to like! So it was a natural that our first lunch spot on our world wind tour of Las Vegas was Mon Ami Gabi in the Paris resort and casino. There’s something about European […]