Vegas Recap!

Hi!
As most of you might've seen from my Snapchat & Instagram, I took a weekend trip to Vegas with my sisters & my cousins! Although my heart broke from the thought of being away from Isa for a full 3 days, it was a MUCH needed vacay. I couldn't believe I got to sleep 3 full nights without any interruption lol. Oh the little things in life that we take for granted! 
We did a bunch of sight seeing, hotel hopping, and of course dinning at some really fancy and then some really casual eateries/restaurants. By far my favorite experience was at the Beauty & Essex restaurant. The ambiance and food was phenomenal!!! I can't wait to go again or perhaps checkout the one in New York the next time I visit!
We really wanted to watch JLo but unfortunately her last show was the day we landed and we could not find the right amount of tickets to seat all 6 of us! In past Vegas experiences, I've seen the Blue Man Show & Cirque De Soleil so I wasn't really in the mood to watch a similar show again so we kind of skipped out on watching a show altogether.
Places we visited:
1) We stayed at the Palazzo Hotel which was central on the strip so everything was nearby and easily accessible. I think for a place like Vegas, hotel location is super important!
2) To name a few, we dined at Beauty & Essex (great for a fancy dinner out), Gordon Ramsay (HALAL burgers here!!!), High Tea at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel, Pink Donuts (so yummy)
We also visited the Hoover Dam which was about 40 minutes away so that was super fun! We also went to a popular donuts place called Pink Donuts as noted above (and had a super rude encounter with 2 grown ass men who were having a fuss because there were 6 of us line - well hello, we got there before you, so annoying!) that I recommend you guys to try out if you're ever in the VEGAS area, those donuts were something else, mmmm!!!

Shout out to Avis, my sister partnered with the company and through their courtesy, we had a baller Mercedes ride the whole weekend which was an additional perk! Thank you, AVIS!

LASTLY, as a breastfeeding mom, I had to take care of my milk situation and I didn't have the heart to pump and dump so I was determined to save all my milk and bring it back. Luckily, it worked out and TSA cleared the milk (they did test it through the machine) and were very kind and accommodating. I won't lie - I was a little worried given I do wear Hijab and I just didn't want any unnecessary fussing but the individuals working that day were so kind! So any moms out there, don't give up! You can totally take your breastmilk back to your little one! :)
Anyway, here a couple of pictures we took. 

 







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