A play land for adults.
And these two like to have a lot of fun.
Let’s rehash, shall we?
Note: some things do/should stay in Vegas and will not be shared.
There was a lot of dining going on. Because we like to dine. And Vegas has restaurants.
And we like Vegas for that reason. But even Vegas needs to learn its limits….
I wanted to hug them, inhale them, get them out of my face and never see them again. In that order.
(Source of obnoxious yet delicious nachos: Blondies Sports Bar, the Mile High Shops.)
Also, I have to call Mr. Quirky out for wincing at the spicy level of his bloody mary.
Silly boy. 🙂
Anywho, when we weren’t eating, we were gambling.
Not anything too obnoxious, just a little fun.
Or a BIG little fun.
For the entire series of the giant lever pull, check out this slide show.
And when we weren’t gambling, we were cocktailing.
Ok, so maybe we did some of that while gambling.
We found this ice bar in Mandalay Bay. Instead of paying to freeze, we paid for a vodka shot in a frozen shot glass.
That’s always fun.
<==== (the roller coaster.)
And after that, I couldn’t resist doing this.
No one asked me to marry them this time, but a guy did try to sell us bottled water. I guess when you are married, you just get water.
After a full night of walking the strip, our evening was completed by making new friends at the bar at our hotel.
They were much cooler than the guy (forever here out dubbed “That Guy”) we met our first night at Paris.
He had been to the Anthony Cools hypnotism show. That Guy walked up to where we were throwing money away, I mean playing video poker.
He told us the show was vulgar & filthy. (And we both kind of wanted to see it after that.) And then he walked away mid-sentence, leaving his ticket next to Mr. Quirky.
The next day, we were minding our own business in the casino at The Flamingo (where we stayed) and suddenly, Mr. Quirky goes, “there’s That Guy!”
I’m not going to lie.
We chased him through the casino in an effort to snap a picture of him.
He hopped on the escalator and I followed him. Mr. Quirky ran down the stairs to get to the bottom before we did and shoot this picture.
But alas, the world isn’t perfect and we never saw him again.
Maybe next time, Vegas.