By now it's no secret Aron and I strayed off the beaten path a bit on our Vegas trip. But I don't want you to think it was all educational! We started Day Three at the Mirage casino.
Me in front of my favorire slot, 1,000,000 Degrees. I won some, and lost more.
Aron at his fave slot, Batman (of course).
Dress: Forever 21 Plus, Cardigan: Mossimo, Leggings: Mossimo, Boots: Marshal's, Purse: Jessica Simpson Collection, Sunglasses: Target
Ahhh, the wind got the better of me. But, can I tell you how much I love this dress! The color, print, and fit are fab-thanks Forever 21+.
Aron standing next to the Atomic Themed products of the 1950s
Me looking a bit scared
Typical office in Mercury, NV, one of the first testing sites in the US
Photographs of testing in Las Vegas in the 1950s
Underground bunker and creepy vintage manequins
After the museum,we stopped by an In-N-Out Burger. This was our first visit to an In-N-Out burger, as there are none nearby us in Tennessee. Can I say I was impressed? I think these would be great drunk eats. But, it was only noon, so we weren't intoxicated as of yet. They were still yummy :)
We tried to visit the Burlesque Hall of Fame, but they were closed for an off site event :( So, we headed on over to the Pawn Stars shop. It was a tourist thing, we just had to go.
Well, there was this line we stood in.
After waiting in line to get inside, we made our way around the store. It seems different than what is portrayed on television. I guess they shut the store down for filming,or only let a few people inside?
We took the scenic route back to the main strip.
Later that night, we headed out to see The Beatles Love Cirque de Soilel at The Mirage. We were lucky enough to see this show back in 2008 on our honeymoon, and we knew we had to see it again. Here is a trailer of the show, but it doesn't really do it justice.
Hope you are all enjoying your week!