Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Vegas Recap

3-1/2 hour traffic-free drive to Las Vegas: nice!

92-degree heat in August in Vegas: unheard of.

Adjoining suites at THE HOTEL at Mandalay Bay: spacious.

Hookups at the hottest clubs in Vegas: Mimi-licious

Champagne surprise from my hubby for our girls' weekend: very, very sweet!

Dancing in front of a massive waterfall in the middle of what looks like the wilderness at Tryst nightclub: amazing!

Lazy river cabana at Mandalay Bay on a Saturday: definitely the best way to go with a group of eight!
Saturday night at XS nightclub: the most beautiful club I have ever seen. Period. What a great concept in using the pool area at Encore at night to extend the club...at least I think it is the pool area!?!

Getting kicked out of XS nightclub because one of my most unassuming friends decided to go swimming in the pool (apparently a no-no): PRICELESS!!!!


If you haven't had a weekend or night with your closest friends, I highly recommend planning one now. It is certainly something you will not regret!

2 comments:

Kim O. said...

The whole weekend was priceless!!! I had so much fun!!! And BTW-we looked HOT!;-D

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