Monday, May 25, 2009

J knows how to document...

Julie just uploaded her Vegas pictures and I realized that she took a lot more pictures than I did....The morning we went to Starbucks. Julie was sweet enough to offer to pay for everyone with her massive amount of Starbucks gift cards...and then the cashier told her that they don't accept Starbucks gift cards at that particular Starbucks. Poor J got shafted on that deal. I think this may be the only picture of all four of us.

This is just a portion of the Planet Hollywood Casino. That thing was MASSIVE and even after 3 nights of staying there, I still have no clue how to get back to the hotel room. You know...they should really provide a map. Maybe I'll write a letter to the Planet Hollywood people.

I had NO CLUE that drinking everywhere (seen here with Alison at a mall) in Vegas was legal. I contained my drinking to the hotel room, but major props to Alison for taking it out on the town...

Julie and I ventured out on our own one day and we made a deal with a British guy that if he took our picture, we'd take his. It reminded me of the story of when my dad and mom were in Canada and tried to make that same deal with some sweet little Asian girls. Those Asian girls didn't make that deal because they thought my dad wanted to steal their camera. Moral of the story: If you want someone to take your picture, make sure they speak's really hard to pantomime "Let me take a picture of you with your camera and then you can take a picture of me with my camera."

I didn't know that we were supposed to do something funny. Well...from the looks of it, Chris didn't realize that we WEREN'T supposed to do something funny. Oh, that Chris...sometimes it's just so hard for him to keep his comedy contained.

I have no idea why there is a picture of kissing people on the screen of the Paris hotel, but I don't think that picture changed once. That was a little weird.

One of those windows of the Planet Hollywood was our hotel room. Count 27 windows up and one of those is ours.

Those are the delicious margaritas from the first night. Can't you tell from the look on their faces that they were delicious??

It's sad that I'm looking at C's margarita in this picture and it's making me really, really want a strawberry milkshake. Is that odd??

I think I wasn't actually posing for this picture. I was just waiting very patiently for my giant sundae.

See?? It was GIANT. I was a little bummed that it was a mixture of chocolate and vanilla ice cream. If you know me pretty well, you know that I'm not a huge fan of chocolate ice cream (or pudding...or milk...or syrup...or...). So, no...I didn't eat the whole thing...C & J had some too (and I tried to bring some up to the room for A, but she was ill that night).

The night of our cheeseburger babies. Oh...those blessed cheeseburger babies. Sliders will now forever be referred to as cheeseburger babies...

The restaurant was a Hawaiian themed cheeseburger joint (appropriately named Cheeseburger), hence the pineapple.

Alison ate the pineapple and it made her happy.

Here's a picture of Alison showing off our chopstick skillz at Koi.

Okay. I think that's the end of our Vegas won't be hearing about it again (unless I missed some more pictures).

1 comment:

Alison said...

slippery little edamame!