A friend of ours asked if I would go with her and her family to Las Vegas to be a 'nanny' to her five kids. I thought, "well why not? I love kids, and it would be fun to go to Vegas, right?" It was fun, however now that I am back, I feel as though home has never felt so good, so right, so...HOME! My own bed, my own house, my own family!
Here's some of the stuff we did in Vegas. After the first day of going to the pool to swim with the kids in 117 degree weather, we decided our regular scedual would be changing to fit that of the suns demand. So from then on, we understood why all the other Vegas dwellers stay up long into the night and seemingly disapeer in daylight. Ours for other reasons than to gamble the night away. It was just to hot to be out in the sun. Someone asked me if I would ever want to live there, and my answer was that, It is fun to visit, but... #1. It is WAY to hot! #2. I simply could never live in the city, nomatter how grand. I guess I'll always be a small town country girl. :D
Instead of trying to describe everything to you, I'll let the pictures do they're job of story-telling.
|Our first moments in Vegas|
|The largest gold nugget in the world, weighing over 61 pounds!|
|One of the many Hotels in the city. (I was told around two million tourists come to see Las Vegas every year.)|
|Eiffle Tower in the Perisian part of Vegas|
|Lights, lights, and yet more lights!|
|Zip lines going down the length of Freemont street. AWSOME!!!|
|In the Bellagio Hotel|
|The Amazing Coka-Cola store, where you can get a coke from any country. Unfortunatly we didn't get achance to stop there, but it sure looks fun!|
|A friend of ours and, Paul Draper. He is a magician, and of course the kids love him to no end. You can check out some of his videos on you tube. :)|
Blessings to you all, xoxo -Kayla