When I was a child my family moved down south, and lived just a few miles away from Disney World and Epcot Center, and my folks got us season passes to both parks, and for a few years both of us were a “theme park family.” Once or twice a month both of us would visit the parks and ride all of the rides; By the time I was a teenager, I was so beyond burned out that I never wanted to get on another roller coaster again.
The outdated expression “too much of a wonderful thing” is accurate because I haven’t been to a theme park in 10 years now.
I feel silly saying this now, however I never visited Las Vegas before due to that aversion to theme parks, and from a distance, Las Vegas typically seemed love a theme park the size of a city, only with a lot more vice involved; Once I took my first Las Vegas weekend, my whole perspective changed, mostly because of the cannabis! Legal cannabis casts Las Vegas in a whole current light for me. It helped myself and others see beyond the artifice and the dazzling neon and realize that Las Vegas has a small neighborhood mentality behind it. The people of Las Vegas are so nice and friendly, they look out for each other and their many visitors. Tourism is the lifeblood of Las Vegas, and if you believe where to look there are a lot of genuine, down-to-earth places to see and people to meet. I had pre-judged Las Vegas, and was thrilled to find out how wrong I had been.