12.14.2012
The Vegas Itch…

It’s chilly weeks like this that make me really want to go to Vegas.  Seriously, I just love it there and funny enough, I haven’t even really done much gambling the last few times I went…but that really needs to change.  Here’s what’s on my to-do list for my next trip to the big L-V:

Stay at the Cosmo: obviously, it’s the girliest hotel on the strip but it’s also the NICEST.  I could honestly live in their hotel rooms and die one very happy lady.  The rooms are spacious and all have chic bathrooms and modern electronics, which I can never figure out how to use, but still love. It’s all about the options.

See a good comedian: The first time I ever went to Vegas, I was lucky enough to see George Carlin, one of the funniest comedians ever.  Vegas gets all the best comics, including Jerry Seinfeld, who’s on my bucket list of people to see ASAP.  You should also always check what concerts are happening before you go…No Doubt JUST played Vegas and I’m sure that would’ve been an amazing show.

Dine at Milos: It’s also in the Cosmo, go figure, but they have the best Greek/Mediterranean cuisine and the view from the restaurant is just stunning.  My friend Ashley and I were obsessed with the “Milos Special”- lightly fried zucchini and eggplant with tzatziki and kefalograviera cheese. It’s a-mazing.

Ugh, just writing this post is making me want to hop on a plane right now.  In the meantime, I was recently introduced to a fun gambling site – don’t judge me.  PartyCasino.com is a UK-based site and you don’t need to download anything weird that will mess up your computer (hello, Napster) and they have more than 160 casino games online, which I love.  If you need me, I’ll be playing Black Jack until my next trip to the desert.  Thanks.

Photo: One of my recent trip to Vegas- Nadine and I were on TV during the Miss America pageant…yes, yes, I know.

 

FTC Disclosure: This is a sponsored post but all opinions are my own, as per usual.  And I really do LOVE Vegas and gambling.

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