Sunday, June 6, 2010

Trip To Vegas

The last two days of our trip we stayed with this awesome family. We hadn't seen them in 3 years. Their daughter Hallie was so cute and she made me wish Lily was there. Our awesomeness caught Adam unawares.
We went to the Shark Reef at the Mandalay Bay. It was pretty neat but WAY overpriced.
Big ugly fish with my beautiful face in the glass because I don't know how to take pictures through glass.
Hehehe.
I thought the jellyfish were pretty cool actually.
Our last night at the South Point Hotel, we went to dinner at Planet Hollywood which was a pretty fun place, then we saw Cirque du Soleil : Beatles Love. On our way out we stopped at the last showings of the Belagio fountain. I loved the fountains and the songs playing along with it. Earlier we had gone to the Bodies exhibit but I don't have any pictures because they were not allowed which was a real bummer because it was really neat. They have the same exhibit here in Cleveland, if you're interested in seeing it. We thought of the resurrection and tried to figure out how it all would work. We laughed at the thought of all those freeze-dried bodies with no skin just walking away some day.


It was a great ending to a romantic evening.

3 comments:

Whit N Adam said...

Haha, that picture of me is EPIC... Whit says I have some excellent FP. The photo does pretty much encapsulate the wicked MarioKart pwnage from the night/morning before =]

I'm pretty sure that guy "大半再" cried himself to sleep after our pwnage session. I wonder what Chinese tears look like...probably something like this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zch69ZwGQ-4

Haha, well we LOVED having you guys here. Always welcome, I can't believe it had been 3 years, crazy how time flies.

- ADAM -

Becky said...

That fountain was pretty cool. Glad you all had a great trip to Utah.

Marilyn said...

That is cool that you saw the bodies exhibit. Jason and I wanted to see it when we were in Florida for spring break last year. I didn't know they had it here in Cleveland now. It seems really fascinating.