At least that’s how the saying goes. I didn’t do anything in Vegas that I couldn’t bring home with me, but it was an interesting experience that’s for sure.
I joined my husband on a business trip. My first time to Las Vegas since I was a kid!
He worked. I explored!
And if I were a gambling person, which I’m not, this would not have been my week-end.
It started with disappointing results at a long-awaited restaurant. I’ve wanted to go to this restaurant for years, and lets just say, it’s going to be hard for me to give it a second shot.
That was strike one.
Strike two came the next day, when I ventured out to another restaurant. One that had been recommended to me by a friend. Unfortunately, the results at that restaurant were less than desirable as well, although I may be willing to give this one another try.
And the final strike was on the last day.
A much-needed pedicure was cancelled by the spa. 😦 Oh, but I was comped the daily fee for the use of the spa facilities. And yes, I took advantage of this offer.
3 strikes and I’m out!
It wasn’t all bad though.
My hotel was great! I got to meet Taylor Hicks, and hear him in concert! The people watching was spectacular! The water show at the Bellagio was beautiful! I even witnessed a couple getting married right there on the sidewalk in front of the hotel!
It was fascinating. Bigger than life. Much brighter than home, but certainly not home!
It was another great adventure with my best friend! 🙂
Oh my, I haven’t been to Vegas since I was 12. Would imagine it would seem very different to me now! Glad you had what was most important, and that was your best friend there with you! 🙂
Yep – it had been a very long time for me too. Wouldn’t want to be there with anyone but my best friend, that’s for sure! 🙂