This is your brain. This is your brain on Vegas.
OK, not quite, but this is my favorite memory of Las Vegas, seen from the upper deck of a Big Bus tour. It’s the Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health building designed by famed architect Frank Gehry.
It’s supposed to represent the different hemispheres of the brain, but I think it more aptly describes what’s going on in your head after a week of nonstop partying.
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We’ve been in Savannah, Ga., and Tybee Island this week. I wanted to share some of the images — and impressions — of the area with you.
You can find more pictures on our Flickr page. And there’s even more on our family travel site, Away is Home.