Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas !
More tips for visiting the City of Sin…
- Mornings are usually quiet because people are still sleeping off the night before, so use that time (if you’re awake) to explore the town and see its many wonders. Go through the hotels and check their areas, and absolutely do not miss the best place to go on a shopping spree, which is The Forum Shops at Caesar’s.
- Don’t go by foot everywhere : The Strip is pretty huge, and you’ll get tired with the heat and dryness from the desert; by the way, don’t forget to carry a bottle of water and chapstick. You have two ways of traveling with public transportation : The Deuce bus, which is really practical as it reaches all parts of town. Also, the Monorail (my personal favorite), but it only goes through the main hotels.
- Visit the beautiful gallery at the Bellagio that currently displays a collection of Cirque du Soleil sculptures. While you’re there, see their botanical garden and the fountains ! They shoot water so high up in the sky, it’s almost unbelievable. Then go on a ride at the Big Apple Coaster at New York-New York.
- Take the time to go all the way to the famous “Las Vegas Welcome Sign” and get you instagrammable picture there ! It’s super iconic and has vintage feels.
“I don’t understand, is it a millennial thing ? This need to
share everything with the world ?”
There’s so many articles, tweets, and posts online about millennials… being part of that generation, I don’t exactly grasp why there’s such an obsession about our values & behavior – but at the same time, I know we’re totally iconic.
Yes, I am being sarcastic right now. I was recently advised to stop sharing my life, and accused of being a narcissist because I kept a blog as a diary… and somehow that gave the right to that person to paint me as self-centered.
Although I cannot agree because I know that this has always just been a cool hobby to me, and it’s whatever, not that serious. I was still deeply affected by that hater speech, which compromised my true personality and made me out to be someone I’ve never been.
But I get it, “millennials are like gluten, nobody really knows what they are but everybody loves to hate them”. The funniest part in that quote is that I check both cases, because I’m also intolerant to gluten… which is great.
I’m probably gonna start adulting soon (I hope… it’s another joke), and put my mind back on serious work, but in the meantime, I will not accept anyone tell me how to process my feelings for example. At the end of the day, I know myself best and I know what’s right for me.
So thank you for good feedback, but no thank you if it’s just trying to ruin my mood.
I can’t stop eating, the food in Paris is freaking delicious
I didn’t have the best of days… I got a pretty severe anxiety attack at work this afternoon. Which was totally random, and I didn’t really know what was causing it, but the more I think about it & I realize it’s because of all the unnecessary pressure I am putting on my shoulders – I meditated to get me through it.
I love that I have people that believe in me, because at some point I stopped believing in myself, and that makes me sad… unfortunely some have what may seem like high expectations. I’m just trying my best, and I can’t be who I’m not. I know what makes me happy, and what doesn’t, and I don’t want to force myself to go against my spirits. Because that’s actually how you destroy yourself, and I’m in a healing process.
All I know is, I am getting back on my feet. You can’t imagine the feeling of sensing my being been born again. I just hope I will make some proud… sometimes I feel like you’re kinda the only ones who care about my journey, on this blog or whatever – and I need to thank you for that.