What I Love and Hate About Vegas, Two Years In

When I first bought my place in Vegas, I did it only because it was an incredible deal. As a frequent visitor to Vegas I assumed that I’d stay there once in a while, and AirBnb it out to recoup my costs. Or if it turned out that I really came to dislike Vegas after spending more time there, I could sell the condo with a small percentage loss that would amount to very little.

Fast forward two years and now I live here, as much as I live anywhere. I haven’t analyzed my time, but I’d guess that I spend about half my year here, usually in one or two week chunks.

What strikes me most about Vegas is that it’s certainly a place that more people should live. It’s not for everyone, of course, but cultural assumptions about it are certainly keeping people out who should be in.

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