Prince Harry is training for several weeks on Apache helicopters in Gila Bend, AZ. Las Vegas is about 6 hours away. What a perfect opportunity he had to take a ride on a Harley to visit Sin City for the first time. He rented the Harley at a Scottsdale, AZ dealership where he was observed to be a regular 27 year old guy who was mild mannered and excited to be on a Harley. The prince has a motorcycle license in the U.K., but completed a test drive on a 1600cc bike before officials set him and his entourage loose on American highways. It was said that He definitely knew what he was doing. People magazine reported that Harry rented a room at the Wynn Las Vegas, a five-star, 50-story resort on the Las Vegas Strip. Wynn spokeswoman Deanna Pettit says the resort does not comment on guest visits.The prince's itinerary took an artistic turn the following day. A Cirque du Soleil spokeswoman said Harry's party reserved prime, $178 seats for Saturday's 7:30 p.m. performance of O. Show officials said they held the prince and four of his military friends in a VIP room for about 20 minutes before discreetly ushering them to their seats as the curtain rose.Prince Harry was also seen at a Blackjack table at one of the Las Vegas casinos where he lost $200 of his own money out of the $500 his group lost. A high roller he is not. The prince was reportedly returning to Arizona Monday. He is among 20 students in the British Army participating in a two-month military helicopter training course in the U.S.The training started at the Naval Air Facility at El Centro, Calif., where students flew Apache helicopters in the desert near the Mexican border. In Arizona, they are firing missiles, rockets and cannons from the Apache helicopters.