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Friday, 30 June 2017


(ft. Caesars Palace, Las Vegas, NV, USA)

I flew out to Vegas last month with a few of my girlfriends and 
was very thrilled to have been invited by Caesars Palace to visit three 
of their hotel chains: Harrah's, Bally's and Rio. Yes, the events took 
place in that sequence. We had already planned our trip and the invitation 
followed after our tickets were booked and magically fell over the same 
weekend we were scheduled to go. You could probably imagine my
 excitement but if you can't, let me tell you I was ecstatic. Read on
but first browse my must haves for your next vacation:

We stayed at Palazzo over the three days but spent majority of
our time at the respective hotels. First day, amongst visiting Venetian
and Caesars Palace, included a day by Harrah's poolside. After grabbing
a quick bite from the bar, we maneuvered our way through the lively
halls to browse some shops and visit the spa. Later in the evening, our
activities subsided and we ended the night by unwinding at the Cheese Cake 
Factory. My pasta was to die for and if I engaged in a bit more discussion 
about it, I would be not be able to control my craving for it.

Blu Pool at Bally's

 Next morning was also a beautiful one. After breakfast in bed, we explored
more of the strip and walked endlessly from one place to the next. Bally's
was our next destination and we had unanimously decided for the Blu pool
to be our first spot to relax. The music and a few sips by the pool recharged 
us for additional hours of touring Bally's. Before we knew it, it was 
time to head back to our hotel to get ready for a night full of dancing. 

An evening at Rio

Our last morning was bright, clear, and full of sunshine. After
grabbing coffee and toast from the hotel cafe, we jumped back 
into the bed and stayed in until it was time  to visit
Rio. My girlfriends decided to stay back to plan the night while
I got ready for a fun day. Rio was a tad bit out of the strip sight; 
a 5-10 min taxi ride but nonetheless a one-stop shop in itself. 
I satisfied my taco cravings at El Burro Borracho, where I was also 
treated with a mocktail with the scenic view of the Voodoo Beach.

Overall, my 3 day trip was (capital locks) amazing and I can't thank 
Caesars Palace enough for its contribution to a weekend I will 
remember for years to come. 

On a side note, thank you, beautiful being, for reading. 
Stay tuned into this space for another outfit post.

stay exploring | stay curious


Mani Sandhu

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