I used the Garmin Savers Guide to get a discount into Madame Tusseaud’s Wax Museum, and guess who I met? The Chairman of the Board himself! I queued up my favorite Ol’ Blue Eyes tune on my built in MP3 playerand almost felt like I was in the Rat Pack, baby.
I took the monorail to the show today, and got off at the HIlton hotel. While I was in the area, I used my SaversGuide to point me to the Star Trek Experience, where I got a 20 percent discount on tickets. I also stumbled across an old Star Trek Tricorder, which "scans for alien life forms, receives alerts from your crew, and views recorded history ." I can't do that (yet), but I can direct you to the nearest latte shop.
(And FYI, the Spock Ears are NOT a standard nuvi accessory!)
You’ll never believe what happened to me! I met a couple from Poughkeepsie, New York that was in town to get married, and they asked ME to be their Navigator of Honor during their wedding, held at the historic and scenic Little White Wedding Chapel.
For dinner, I treated myself to a meal at the Hofbräuhaus Las Vegas, a replica of Munich's own historic landmark. Of course, had I actually BEEN in Munich, I could have read about it and even navigated to it with my Garmin Travel Guide. As it was, I was able to get 20 percent off my Las Vegas meal, compliments of my plug-in Garmin SaversGuide. And thanks to my optional Garmin Language Guide, I was even able to communicate with my waiter in German -- and order my meal (and er, beverage) in the native tongue. I feature a multilingual word bank, phrase bank, and five bilingual dictionaries. I don't just navigate roads -- I navigate cultures, people! Es ist erstaunlich!
I went out for a walk down the Strip (my navigational skills work on foot as well as in a vehicle), and I wound up at the Barbary Coast. I caught the act of Big Elvis, who puts on a killer show of all of the King's greatest hits. After the show, I said hello to Big E myself and got a chance for a snapshot, which I stored in my Picture Viewer to show everyone. By the way, I found the Elvis-A-Rama museum in my Garmin SaversGuide, which gives me 20 percent off admission price... it boasts over $5,000,000 in Elvis stuff... including some mighty fine sequined jumpsuits.