While we were in Las Vegas, we listened to another timeshare presentation and earned 2 tickets to the top of the Stratosphere, 2 tickets to American Superstars (my very first Vegas show), 2 certificates to the Stratosphere buffet, and a $50 Discover card. Those high-pressure sales presentations seem to be harder on the husbands. They came out a little agitated, while Angie and I were quite entertained by the whole fiasco. Good times.
If you think you don't like Las Vegas, you need to go with Steve. I think it's appropriate to have a love-hate relationship with Vegas, but if you flat out don't like it, you just need a new tour guide. Before I got married, I had spent a grand total of two hours in Las Vegas. Now we go every year. Sometimes we go to watch NASCAR, but usually just to eat good food. Lots and lots of good food. There is so much to see and do in Las Vegas, we can never keep up with everything. On our list for next year: SkyJump at the Stratosphere, Cirque Du Soleil, and LAVO.