Happy Thursday! Why should Friday get all the “happy” greetings, right? Right. Since I’m on a roll this week sharing about celebrating our love and legal union through travel, I’m gonna keep going! As I said, I love reliving it. 🙂
We celebrated our second wedding anniversary with the gift of cotton by visiting Savannah, Georgia. The gift for the first anniversary is paper. So last year we went to Las Vegas and blew ours. 😉
Here’s a little photo tour of that adventure…
When we landed in Vegas, Jeremy hit his first-ever slot machine before we left the airport:
We hopped a hotel shuttle and were greeted by a small sign that read, “Aloha!” Such a coincidence to start our trip with a Hawaii reference since that’s where we honeymooned (I’ll show you that tomorrow). Then we checked into our hotel…where the check-in agent was Hawaiian. Squeal! The sweet guy even listened to me gush about why I was flipping out about his hometown. That’s customer service, lol.
We dropped our stuff in the room and ran around in it like little kids checking out the huge bed and amazing bathroom before we looked out the window. Then it was a quick exclamation, “ooooo look at this!”
We didn’t waste much time though before we hurried out to explore since we were only staying two days.
We walked all up and down The Strip and saw pretty much every big hotel. As night fell, we took advantage of the huge buffet dinner at our hotel. Seriously, more food in one place than I’ve ever seen. Then went back out.
Oh, and I had to giggle because the Bellagio pinnacle kinda looks like Jeremy’s wearing a mini crown. But since we took the picture of ourselves, we didn’t see it until after. Apparently, it was my turn to wear a mini hat this year:
Okay, back to our Vegas evening…
For some reason we seem to get up super early when we are on vacation. The plus side is gorgeous views.
And with that, we were on our way to the airport, leaving Las Vegas.
Technically, our anniversary trip was over but we did stay the remainder of the week with my family in Utah. The rest of the trip was also filled with our shenanigans.
So that’s what we were doing at this time a year ago. Not a shabby way to celebrate our first anniversary I think.
What’s your kind of vacation? Do you like to relax in the hotel with massages and shopping? Do you prefer to get outdoors? Are you completely silly in public like we are?