Taken from a Canon digital camera.
By Loveallie Lao
As I travel, I often take photos. Most of the time, I forgot I have several pictures stash away on a hard drive. Thankful for Facebook, I can upload photos, and review them whenever and wherever I want to.
The huge golden globe at the main lobby
I’ve been to Macau several times, and staying at The Venetian is a must. The stunning replicas of the famous canals with a romantic ride in an authentic gondola, and the architectural icons of Venice, Italy.
Credits to the owner of the photo. I don’t have a photo of the gondola
For a romantic date? Experience a serenade from the gondolier as you ride from San Luca throughout the Grand Canals. Surely the gondola ride has taken its effect to both of you after.
How about a humorous streetmosphere walk with that special someone? Fascinated by the living statues with their immovable poses. Kindly check their time schedule, saw them at noon and 6pm. I didn’t notice it earlier. But the second time, it wink on me as I passed by. It’s alive!
The spacious suites, or can I say luxurious amount of space, and loving the Italian marble bathrooms.
A fifteen minutes dip of hot bath on that bathtub after a tiresome day of adventure, is the best way to relieve my tired numb feet. Listening to Enya or Yanni, I might end up sleeping on that tub.
Taking photos first before going down to the casino, or else they might confiscate my camera. For coffee and tea lovers like me, I get them for free at the casino. Watching people play, and observing their reactions as you roam around amuses me. Hearing curses, either winning or loosing, casino lingo or jargon, whatever they say in their local language.
Shopping? You’ll love the indoor luxury duty free shoppes, while walking on Italian like streets. Food? Variety of Japanese, Chinese and Western cuisines. For a small person like me, their food serving is huge, though it is just a normal serving for other people. I need someone to share it with, so the food won’t go wasted.
I have several photos taken outside The Venetian. I only posted few of them, the ones that fascinates me the most.
Taken on my second visit.
Kindly ask for permission before grabbing my photos please. Thank you for taking time reading my blog. I’m a newbie, so feel free to comment.