I could have entitled this post "What Happens in Vegas Stays in Vegas" but isn't that getting a little old and over used?
My mom- and dad-in-law (Cris & Terry) took me, Alex, Brandon (BIL) & Sharon (SIL) on a nice Vegas getaway last weekend. I want to thank them right now for such a great trip, Al and I loved it of course!
So here's what happened in Vegas.
The Hofbrauhaus has become Alex's favorite place to visit when we go to Vegas. It's a German restaurant with German beer, food, entertainment and atmosphere.
It's one huge room filled with picnic tables and they seat you together with other german beer lovin folk. It gets extremely loud in there when the band comes out and they come around to each table to force someone to chug their beer.
Now do you see the size of those beers? Yeah, people usually don't make it out of this place on their own. This time we had go there a little early so that we could make the 'O' show later that night so we missed all the contests (and spankings).
This was Terry's hotdog lookin thingy. I thought it looked disgusting (I hate brats & beer!) But apparently he was happy with it!
Okay, so the last time we came here was a year ago when Alex got spanked! If you missed it, you've got to go here to my sister's blog to see a video of the Jager girl spankin Alex. It's hilarious! Although he didn't think so at the time.
So after the dinner we all helped carry Terry and Alex outta there to go to the 'O' show.
I kid, I kid.
The Cirque du Soleil 'O' show was amazazing! They didn't allow cameras so these are the only pictures I was able to get before the mean camera police woman yelled at me.
The show was full of crazy awesomeness! I kept hearing Al sitting next to me saying "Wow!" It was friggin unbelievable! I think when I'm done playing Elphaba in Wicked, I'm going to try out for the 'O' show. I could totally be one of those flexible rubber band lookin chicks.
They also had Richard MacDonald artwork on display, I LOVED IT. I mean, just look at these beautiful statues!
Ok, so those girls are really Cris and Sharon, not statues but still beautiful. Here's a real statue.
And they're pretty cheap too, this little miniature one that I wanted was only $27,000. Yeah, I know, I was pretty excited too!
I was just about to buy it when I remembered that I had just purchased my new helicopter the other day and should probably save some cash to pay for the fuel. Which is why I decided to feature one of his statues in my "Wanting" section, just in case my husband is wondering what to get me for my birthday.
After the show we went back to our hotel, we were staying at The Venetian, and did a little gambling. Little did we know that we would definitely need our sleep that night for the little adventure we would have to take the next day.
Courtesy of Alex.
But I'm not complaining, my feet on the other hand are still screaming at me, and of course we don't blame Alex, it was his sunglasses' fault.
Not Alex's fault at all...