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What I Did On My Summer Vacation - Part 2

posted by Chuckmonster on Friday, 6th January 2017 11:31am
Macau Cotai Strip Skyline

As some of you know, I've spent the last half of 2016 writing about Macau. Previously, I posted here pointing folks to the 15 chapter, 40,000 words and 200 photos story documenting the trip and its bizarre conclusion.

As part of the eight day trip, I stayed in eight different hotels... packing up and moving every day to a brand new hotel experience. It was most definitely an exhausting experience, but has fostered what I consider to be the absolute best hotel reviews and writing I've ever done.

Here are links to all eight Macau hotel reviews, in the order I stayed:

Grand Lisboa Sofitel Ponte 16 Crown Towers at City of Dreams Studio City Macau Galaxy Hotel at Galaxy Macau Cotai Pool Suite at Banyan Tree Macau Encore Grand Salon Suite at Wynn Macau Sands Macao

On Sunday, hours after the end of the 2017 Trippies webcast, me, JohnH, MikeE, Admiral HHH will be boarding flights and heading back to Macau for another week of exploration, primarily focused on the brand new Wynn Palace Cotai, The Parisian and other destinations. I urge folks to tune in to MacauTripping.com for podcasts, updates and hotel reviews. I'd also recommend that people who are interested to subscribe to our our various social media accounts to follow along with our Macau experiences.

I truly love Macau and hope that someday, some of you Vegas casino dorques will take the plunge and book a trip to Asia's Las Vegas. I am positive that the experience will not only change how you look at Las Vegas, it will change your life.

Viva Macau!

Comments & Discussion:

Posted by bernard1 on Friday, 6th January 2017 6:27pm:

Chuck, looking forward to the pics of Wynn Palace. The high rez media pics provided when it opened are beautiful but limited in what they show and trip advisor is limited as well. I still haven't seen great shots of the porte cochere, main lobby, and other common areas. Its those details and the random hallways I like to soak in the design of and and get the emotion of the space. A lot more interesting the the same tired room and restaurant photos of a media kit. Safe travels and I look forward to a review