I have the most amazing friends. They’re always down to have an adventure and try unique experiences! Hence, our badass girls night filled with axe throwing and German beer was conceived and executed. And let me set one thing straight: this is so much better than your typical drunk escapades in a loud and cramped nightclub. We actually got a workout from axe throwing, worked up an appetite, and had delicious beer and German food at Hofbrauhaus.
The best part: we remembered the whole night.
Of all the years that I’ve lived in Las Vegas, I’ve never once really gone up to the mountains. I didn’t know that Mt. Charleston could be so pretty!
Luke’s family invited us to a Polish picnic in Lee Canyon the other week, and the whole family decided to go, of course, except for my mother because she’s not a happy camper. It was quite fun driving all the way there and seeing such cute dogs when we made it to the campground.
Full day of shopping, spending time together at the picnic, and inviting the family over to swim. I definitely need more bonding days like this.
Well, there’s no excuse for this. I’m VERY late in posting this on the blog. Posted this vlog and What I Wore video on the channel about a week ago, but completely spaced out on posting it here! *Danielle, how could you?!* *slaps myself in the face*
Anyway, enjoy this short vlog and very bloated What I Wore video. Photos below.
I always have fun eating at Hofbrauhaus because it’s got such a different atmosphere than most restaurants on and off the Strip. So glad that Luke’s aunt and uncle visiting from Poland enjoyed themselves, and so did his dad who came along to watch the game. They’re big soccer fans and have been following the EuroCup games ever since Poland’s first game so they were really into it. Thank goodness for my quick thinking in getting reservations in the biergarten because the place was PACKED. Unfortunately, their pick for the win, Germany, lost. At least we were able to fill our bellies with beer and brats (which is really all that mattered at the end of the day).