My mom and I started off the day with a trip to the rooftop pool. Don't let that deceive you, though. Instead of sitting 30 stories atop the city, the pool is on the roof over the lobby and casino, just three stories high. It is still a very nice pool, with a view of the "Eiffel Tower," which the pool partially surrounds. The sun was scorching, radiating beams of more than 100 degrees, so we were only able to last for about an hour and a half before heading back inside.
After we cooled off and changed, we headed for New York, New York to ride the roller coaster there. It was probably the bumpiest steel coaster in existence, leaving us rather sore afterward. Had it been significantly smoother, it would've been a great ride.
We leave Las Vegas tomorrow, and I'm honestly not sure what we have planned nor where exactly we're headed for our next stop, so I'll be just as surprised as you.