Hello Hello! How was your holiday? Ours was really fun and filled with lots of fireworks. And now it’s time for Field Trip Friday-The Bellagio, Las Vegas!!
What is most incredible about this hotel? There is a full living garden at the end of the lobby! It is larger than life and changes for the seasons, sometimes even monthly. The garden is manicured and is gorgeous beyond compare.
So, let’s get started…
This is on the side entrance of the garden. I knew you would like this finial . Don’t you need one for your garden?? Do you see the kites flying in the air? There are 100s filling the garden with color.
This is one of the many fountains and rivers in the garden, along with more kites. And what about the larger than life Iceland poppy?? Not real, but lovely.
This snail was made with over 1500 flowers. I am not a fan of snails, but this one is pretty darn cute.
Sunflowers always make me smile, and these were no exception. I love how they always face the sun.
Yes, that is a life sized tree house, pioneer wagon and olive tree! It is amazing how the garden is filled with so much to look at and smell.
There were rows and rows of beautifully colored hydrangeas waiting for me to take their picture.
Can you tell I was loving the sunflowers?
This building is a menagerie filled with 100s of birds of every shape size and color. From vibrant reds to the bluest of blues.
This guy was my favorite. I believe he is a canary. He was happy to pose for me. Then he flew off to eat.
I know, a water fall!! The sound of water flowing in any garden is relaxing, isn’t it?
And, then there was a lighthouse! With real windows and doors. Of course there is a river running by it, in pure Bellagio fashion.
Can you guess what this is? First of all, it is my favorite part of the hotel. It is the ceiling in the lobby. Amazingly gorgeous! No two are alike in color or shape. Each “umbrella” is hand-blown glass made by one artist.
Thanks for joining me for Field Trip Friday-The Bellagio, Las Vegas. I hope you can visit there one time yourself and experience the sights and sounds of the living garden.
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