We slept in and went to In-N-Out Burger. The line was almost out the door, and it took forever to find a table, but it was so good.
Rachel and I love the Kardashians and had been wanting to visit the Kardashian Khaos store at the Mirage, so that's what we went to do next. Caitlin was still really tired from the night before and decided to stay in and take a nap, but Carrie joined us.
I got a coffee mug to add to my collection, and Rachel got a fan of Kourtney's face haha.
We then walked around The Forum Shops again, and I had to get a picture with this T-shirt, because I love The Hangover, and staying in Caesars Palace constantly made me think of this scene.
Then, it was Carrie's turn to nap, and Caitlin, Rachel and I went the pool for a couple of hours before heading to dinner at one of Emeril Lagasse's restaurants, Table 10 at the Palazzo. Rachel, Carrie and I all got free sangrias by checking in on Fourquare. It was so refreshing and a $12 value -- free! That's enough to excite me. Then, we all got margherita pizzas and split this banana cream pie. As a huge dessert fan, I can confidently say that Table 10's desserts are to die for.
Then we went back to Caesars to get ready for our second night of limo rides, VIP tables and bottle service. (Do you now understand why I gave this post the title it has and how thankful I am for Caitlin's parents doing all of this for us?!)
We went to XS at the Wynn, which was incredibly luxurious. The inside of the club was beautiful with lots of gold detail. Above and Beyond was DJing that night.
We met a couple of really nice Australian boys who shared their poolside table with us and taught us some hilarious Australian dance moves.
It was the perfect way to spend our last night in Vegas.
Day 4: Saturday, July 6
We packed up and dropped off our luggage with the concierge then headed to Serendipity for brunch.
I got the hangover omelet (no pun intended..even though everybody laughed at me when I ordered it) and then, of course, I had to get a Frrrozen Hot Chocolate. I had one a few months ago at the Serendipity in New York and honestly think this one was richer and better!
We only had a couple of hours left before our limo picked us up for the airport, so we spent the time looking around the shops again and doing a little bit of gambling.
I got to sit on the plane next to Rachel and Caitlin's sisters, Sarah and Emily. Rachel gets nervous on planes, and it was a pretty turbulent ride. It was definitely a ton of fun to torture her during the bumpy parts, although I'm sure she hated us at the time. We were cracking up, though, and eventually made Rachel laugh too. I even accidentally jumped so much at one time that I grabbed the man's head in front of me. It was definitely entertaining and made it really hard to come home. The man said, "Ooh we got a couple of wild ones back here, do we?" Whoops.
This trip to Vegas is full of so many fun memories I'll never forget. I love celebrating occasions and traveling, and this was a perfect combination of the two. From the time we woke up each morning until we went to bed each night was seriously packed with so many laughs, and we've come back with so many inside jokes/understandings of our habits while there. (We Can't Stop, #blessed, bachelor parties and so many more.) The VIP service that Caitlin's parents so graciously got for us was truly appreciated, and I would be lying if I said I didn't miss it now that I'm back to reality. This vacation was so relaxing and fun that all the stress I had before I went is gone. I always feel like I come back from vacations with mixed emotions. In a way, I'm a little depressed that they're over, but I come back with a bit of a high because of how much fun I had and the gratefulness I feel for being able to travel. I just could not be more thankful for the people I took this vacation with and the experiences we had. Vegas for a 21st birthday is always a good idea.