Home' Trinidad and Tobago Guardian : December 21st 2013 Contents NOTICE OF SALE BY MORTGAGEE
Offers are invited for the purchase of the following property:
Property located at: Number 56 Gooding Village, San Fernando,
known as 56 Cipero Street, San Fernando. The freehold property com-
prises of a two storey structure and a basement thereon.
Sale price- $6,000,000.00 or nearest offer
Offers in sealed envelopes should be sent to: Mortgagee Sale
P.O. Box 621
PORT OF SPAIN
Private and Confidential
CONDITIONS OF SALE:
1. The property is being sold subject to all outstanding rates and
taxes and other outgoings.
2. Terms of payment are 10% down on acceptance of offer with the
balance within 90 days.
3. Mortgage financing available to qualified applicants.
4. Subject to contract (Agreement for Sale).
5. The Mortgagee does not bind itself to accept the highest
or any offer.
6. Unacceptable offers will not be acknowledged.
Bids close promptly at 4.00 p.m. on December 30, 2013 and must be
received at the above address on
or before the aforesaid time. Bids received after the closing date/time
will not be opened.
INTERESTED PERSONS should telephone
625-3566 Ext. 2222/2211
For further information
Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Saturday, December 21, 2013
Las Vegas loves to change. Whether it s been
a decade, five years or even just six months
since your last visit, odds are that something
you hold dear will have disappeared and been
replaced by something that will leave you
scratching your head.
It has been longer than I care to admit since
my last visit, but last week s trip was a real eye-
opener. A case can be made that the city has changed
more in the past two years than perhaps at any
stage in its history. If you haven t been recently,
here are some poker and scenic observations:
Is it possible that there are too many casinos
on the Strip? Every property seemed to have an
endless lot of bored table-game dealers and idle
Poker remains red-hot, though, as lively games
with waiting lists abound. The quality of play also
has improved significantly. It used to be easy to
spot four or five really inexperienced players at
your table. Now that number is more like two or
Unless it s your first time playing poker for real
money, the $2/$4 limit poker tables should be
avoided in all instances. Strip casinos love to take
that $4 rake out of every qualifying hand, and you
just aren t going to beat that unless you go on a
numbers-defying heater throughout your stay.
You ll find much better value in a $4/$8 game if
limit is your preference, or look for the $1/$3 no-
Walking through the Bellagio is a must during
any visit, but make sure you take a spin past the
poker room and peek inside Bobby s Room, the
designated high-roller table. It was spreading a
$400/$800 mixed game that was too rich for my
blood, but it was delightful to see Doyle Brunson
at the head of the table.
The Las Vegas skyline has been permanently
altered with the High Roller, the world s tallest
observation wheel, which will begin spinning any
day now. The views from the top inside the podlike
enclosures will be incredible.
If you want an alcoholic drink, the city wants
you to gamble while enjoying it. Those are free.
Otherwise, expect to pay a minimum of $6-$7 now
for a beer on the Strip.
It was fun to see Britney Spears walk the red
carpet in front of the Planet Hollywood Casino.
She begins her residency at the Planet Hollywood
Casino with a December 27 concert. I m not really
a fan of her music, but there is no denying her
superstardom, based on her reception.
Gordon Ramsay, the popular, bad-mouthed
British culinary genius, is taking over the city, with
three signature restaurants. I wanted to hate them,
but they deliver seriously good eats. I ll be thinking
about the shepherd s pie from his Caesars Palace
restaurant for months.
The razing of the Barbary Coast, which later
took the name of Bill s Gambling Hall in its final
days, is a sad development.
The property had a real "Wild West" feel to it
with its rowdy craps pit and cheap daily steak-
and-eggs breakfasts in the smoky back room of
the casino. It s being replaced with yet another
luxury, high-dollar resort -- yawn!
The homeless population has exploded in the
city. It can be depressing to walk from property to
property with money in your pocket.
Street performers also have taken over the Strip,
and there are some unusual ones who are worthy
of your time and pocket change. The dancing troupe
that set up shop in front of the Bally s entrance
draws a serious crowd, and it wouldn t be crazy
to see them with their own show in a club some-
day• Got a poker question or have a comment?
E-mail Chuck at email@example.com
Restore to life
Solution to Friday's puzzle
The word may sound familiar, but do you know
what it means?
Complete the grid so that every row, column and 3 x 3 box contains every digit from 1 to 9 inclusively.
1 Set of equipment
2 Jutting part of the face
7 Put on a performance
8 Pull sharply
9 Confer a name
13 Affectionate name for a cat
14 Young Nicholas
1 Innate ability to do things
which are awkward for oth-
4 Transient craze
5 Young goat
6 Hours of light
10 Laurel tree
ACROSS: 1 Kit 2 Jaw 4
Dry 13 Kitty 14 Nicky
DOWN: 1 Knack 2 Jetty 3
10 Bay 12 Rob
LAS VEGAS CONTINUES LOVE OF CONSTANT CHANGE
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