And why shouldn't I when the temps looked like this:
Chad wanted to play a few poker tournaments and I wanted to bake in the sun, so while we did spend a half a day of our "honeymoon" apart, we were both in our element.
And I was thrilled that I only had to sunscreen ONE person.
Eric and Caroline spent the morning and part of the afternoon with me at the pool and then the four of us cleaned up and headed down the strip.
First stop: Caesar's Place
Then we moved on to the Cosmopolitan where we ate at the Wicked Spoon.
Also known as the best.buffet.ever.
We were very happy to be there.
And just looks plain cute.
(spaghetti and veal meatballs and mac and cheese)
(fish and chips)
And can you believe that they actually open all your crab legs for you? Yup. Split right in half.
Oh, and the desserts......
After we all left in a food coma with smiles on our faces, we walked down the strip and just enjoyed the sites.
We all had an "awwww" moment when we walked by the Bellagio fountains and they had just started their "show." Each time I have been to Vegas there is a new song and show, but what a cool moment when we realized that this evening's song was Elton John's "Your Song," the song that our parents danced to at their wedding, the song that Chad and I had played during our wedding ceremony, and the song that Eric and our mom danced to at his wedding reception.