Viva Las Vegas.

Sarah and I just came back from a short trip to Las Vegas. Our relationship has always been grounded on travel and we just have an amazing passion for it. It was Sarah’s first time there and it has been years since I was there last. I had never been to the Grand Canyon and it was truly amazing to be there. I highly recommend renting a car and taking the drive up to the Canyon. You get to drive for 45 mins on a complete dirt road and it feels like you are off-roading. One note that Sarah blamed me for that you might want to keep in mind when traveling to the Grand Canyon. It’s cold there. I’m sure that in the heat of summer it’s probably warm or even hot there, but with the elevation and it only being April it was only around 50 some degrees not including the windchill. So basically (especially if you are a girl) pack a jacket!

Le Rêve show is just breath taking. I can’t even describe it you just have to go and see it for yourself.

One of the highlights of the trip was to do the skywalk at the Grand Canyon. It’s a man made bridge made of glass that gives you the scary sense that you are walking over the Canyon and a 4,000 ft drop. Sarah was pretty scared to say the least =). They didn’t allow you to bring your own cameras on to the bridge so we had to pay $30 dollars for this picture they took of us. They said it was all because if we dropped our cameras they would be liable however, i’m pretty sure it’s the tons of money they are making by selling these over priced photos. They make you wear these funny bootie covers that prevent your shoes from scuffing the strengthened glass.