It came at last- Pt. 2

The weather in Las Vegas was absolutely delightful and we hung out at the pool all day.  If you haven't already heard, the new trend in Las Vegas is "day life."  This basically means that many of the trendy hotels have turned sections of their pools into nightclubs for daytime.  There is a DJ, cabanas, and a general liveliness that makes it a lot of fun, but there are also some drawbacks. 

1. It is absolutely impossible to sleep with loud nightclub-ish music blaring in your ears.  Top 40's: Great if you're ready for a dance party, not so great if you want to sleep in the glorious sun.

2. A frozen margarita is $16.  We're not talking about a huge fishbowl of a margarita that you can share with all of your friends.  We're talking about an 8 ounce margarita out of a slushy machine.  Unfortunately, I couldn't resist the frozen treat and bought one anyways.  Oh, the shame.

3. There are bouncers who check your purse, id, and pat you down if you want to go in.  They even took the lid off of Kelly's chapstick to make sure it was chapstick.  We were trying to figure out what they thought she was hiding in there...  A very small knife?  A midget prostitute?  Ecstasy?  Really?  At the pool?

The highlight of our entire weekend, as always, was, of course, the Mandalay Bay Breakfast Buffet.  This year, Halloween was actually on Sunday, and there were lots of Halloween themed treats to enjoy at the buffet.  And the crab legs.  Always the crab legs.

A little sampling of the Spoooooky Halloween treats.

I made everyone display their favorite Halloween sweet.

Making out + Crab legs = Perfection
 Of course, Doug continued to wear his Woody costume.  Later that day, we ran into the cutest little Woody and we had to get a picture of them together.

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