A Walkthrough & Memories Of…Caesars Palace Hotel & Casino Las Vegas (August 2019) Posted on August 31, 2019 amp August Casino chicago hotels dallas hotels HOTEL hotels hotels in chicago hotels in florida hotels in las vegas LAS las vegas hotels memories OfCaesars palace private jet rental property travel travel vlog vacation VEGAS Walkthrough 27 thoughts on “A Walkthrough & Memories Of…Caesars Palace Hotel & Casino Las Vegas (August 2019)” Awesome video! Glad you did the walking and not me! I always rent a scooter when staying at Caesars, beats walking!Reply Going in September for my sister and brotherinlaws anniversary.Reply Absolutely great posting! My parents's favorite. Went for their birthdays and anniversary since opening. Mom played slots and Pop paigow poker. When we would enter Mom would say "feels like home".Reply GREAT AS ALWAYS THANKSReply So enjoyed that !Reply The parking lot on the Flamingo side of Caesars has an interesting history. Howard Hughes owned it and refused to sell it to Caesars. Steve Wynn with the backing of E. Perry Thomas bought the land from Hughes. This was the only piece of land in Vegas Hughes ever sold in his lifetime. Wynn sold the land to Caesars and made about a million off of it which he used to buy the Golden Nugget. The land now houses the Augustus and Octavius towers as well as the Absinth tent.Reply Caesar does look like he is a bit constipated. I have to agree.Reply I stayed at Caesars once. Didn't like it. Too far from the rooms to the casino. And it was dirty-ish.Reply Did u roll the dice on the electronic craps machine?Reply Brilliant tour, thank you! I especially enjoy seeing the various pools.Reply London Calling! Awesome video per usual. I've been going to Vegas about 35 years and learned quite a bit from you. Thanks. Loved your "ON the Crapper" comment. So true.Reply Thanks for the tour Matt….brings back memories..👍👍Reply Great video, I’ve stayed there and never saw a lot of what you filmed. It’s crazy big!Reply Love having videos to look forward to on Fridays. You're the best!Reply Great video. Looking forward to others.Reply Loved the vlog! You know us, we're sucker's for Vegas history. We really appreciate your stories. Can't wait for the next one. 👍Reply Thanks for sharing, good look at an older property!Reply As you started to walk through the casino, I was looking for "my" slot machines! I have been staying at Caesars only these past 10 years and I love it! Thanks for taking us back in time, with the history too! You do a amazing job with your videosReply I thought this series lacked a bit of non gambling footage and now I see why. Fantastic idea to keep the Vegas vibes going during your "off-season"!Reply Great Tour Awesome Thank You!!!!Reply SIMPLY SPECTACULAR WALK AROUND VIDEO I LOVE IT, THANKS SO MUCH FOR SHARING SO MUCH FUN, KEEP UP THE EXCELLENT WORKReply Really enjoyed this! Your "stream of consciousness" narration and ability to connect different spaces with memories is excellent!Reply Great tour of Caesars. My memory is one time I was in Vegas with a friend to celebrate our retirements from teaching. We were staying out in Henderson at the M Resort and had tickets to see Matt Goss in Cleopatra’s Barge. We left the M in plenty of time and drove to Caesars. We split up for a while to gamble before the show and just before we were to meet up for the show, I discovered I had left the tickets back at the M. No time to drive all the way out there, of course, so we missed the show 😢. ( and of course, I reimbursed my friend the price of the ticket since it was my fault).Reply This is a great addition to the seriesReply Brilliant vlog and great for us as we are staying here next year. We always seem to get lost in here as well haha. Lookin forward to next matt bridger day 😂Reply OMG, I remember Penny Lane! If I recall correctly (sorry, IIRC, as the kids say) there was a nickel or penny slots casino next to the Riviera back in the day. Great video!Reply Another great vlog thanks , we will be at Caesars on Monday for my hubbys 60th birthday so very interesting walk threwReply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.