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Shopping And Food In Las Vegas

SHOPPING AND EATING... 

One fine day we started early to go downtown Las Vegas, what else but to shop! The outlets here not only have more stuff, they are cheaper than outlets nearer to home.  We can practically spend one whole day here... and that was what we did on one of the days.  I always tell myself that I refrain from buying, I don't want to be the "winner" ... Why winner?  Among us ladies, the one who buys the most stuff is the winner!  Nobody wants to be the winner when it comes to shopping.. that means money flies away the most.... hahaaaa... But I always tend to end up being the "winner" cos I have the most kids!  
No, maybe on this day I was not the winner!
On another day... I think I come out second next to Aaron.. LOL... 
Like mother, like son!
During lunch... at In N Out
My favourite all time Beef Burger!
When evening falls, it is Japanese for us... 
We had to wait for 20 minutes to be seated.... 
One bowl of Ramen is around $8-9... 
Cheers!!



Comments

  1. Oh my!!! Shop till you drop, eh? I love those burgers, so so fat!!! LOL!!!

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  2. Shopping and eating is the best!

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  3. I love to eat burgers too but people tried to scare me off by saying dunno what is in the beef burger patty.

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  4. I see you looking very merry with a glass of beer! LOL!

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  5. Burger & Beer! What a good life you have! Enjoying your time in all continents. Las Vegas is the happiest place in America.

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  6. Looks like this time you bought less than the others! I always want to see what you bought!! The Ramen looks awesome, what was this place?

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  7. Wonder when I would be able to go to LV and go shopping and having fun. Hahq. That would be the day.

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