This was a trip back to the American southwest because my girlfriend had wanted to see Santa Fe for a long time. We flew to Las Vegas for the cheap airfare. After a few days there we rented a car for a week and saw the Grand Canyon, Horseshoe Bend, Antelope Canyon, Shiprock, Santa Fe, cave dwellings at Bandalier National Monument, hoodoos at Tentrock Monument, Canyon de Chelly, Route 66, then back to Vegas. We tried a bunch of Mexican food, saw lots of Adobe architecture, and also tried some New Mexican wine. The highlight of the trip was Antelope Canyon. The site that was supposed to be the highlight, Taos Pueblo, was closed until a few days after we were there. Photos are in chronological order.
The Ferrari dealership in The Wynn hotel in Las Vegas deserves a mention as being in the running for the worst money I've ever spent ($10 but no photos allowed and it's all repeated models), probably second only to the Salvador Dali museum in London. But there were some outrageous admission fees in China too.