My second trip to Vegas, the first was only a month ago. This time at the Venetian Resort. The tricky thing here is that the complex is so huge it can take (literally) 20 minutes to get to where you are going (indoors) so make sure you allow plenty of time. Also, there are three towers (different names) in the complex so make sure you know where you are staying. And if you are meeting people for breakfast make sure you know which of the Grand Lux Cafe's you are meeting at as there is one in each tower (ground floor). The pool area is awesome and if you get to Tao (R20) early enough to not have to stand in a queue then it is a must do, pumping music all day long. Shopping is out of control, follow the canals with the indoor sky to shop for hours at the best brand stores in the world - of course if you get sick of that lot you can duck up the road to the shopping complex at Cesars Palace, even more high end stores.