The kids woke up on the second morning and starting running from room to room.
Zoe branded Bogie with her mark. See below.
Monkey was bored with that game. He wanted to go do something.
So we packed the family up and took the monorail down to another hotel to check out fish. Who knew Vegas had so many animal exhibits? This was the coolest fish in the entire exhibit. He was so bright and blue with a fun personality. Is that possible?
We had lunch at the Buffett in Mandalay Bay. It was fabulous. We had the best server who didn’t even blink when sodas and juice were spilling, food was dropping, and strollers were in the way. He had five kids. That’s going to be our prevailing question from now on, “Do you have any servers with kids? We’d like to be seated in their section please.”
This time when we walked past the lion in our hotel he was sleeping over the tunnel.
All 550 pounds of it.
After this we headed to the pool for the afternoon, before my BIL and SIL went to to dinner. Mr. Dunbar and I took the kids down to the Food Court with my In-Laws, just for extra man-power.
Then Mr. Dunbar and I headed out for a night on the town. We saw “Ka” a Cirque du Soleil show. It is amazing what those performers can do with their bodies. Afterwards we had Fish and Chips at New York New York. We were in bed by 11pm.
Monkey checking out our souvenir photo from the night before.
Since the boys weren’t able to play all of the “fancy games,”upstairs in the casino, Mr. Dunbar took them down to the arcade to waste some money and win some prizes.
And finally, the reason for this whole trip…
Mr. Dunbar’s brother graduated with his Master’s degree in Nursing. He’s now a Nurse Practitioner and can write me prescriptions for Vicodin or something…
We had a nice dinner at the Paris Hotel. (Is that what it’s called? The one with the Eiffel Tower?) I was exhausted and didn’t take one photo. That’s when you know it was time to head home.
And that my friends, is The Dunbar Family Trip of 2010.