Tokyo is one of my favorite cities in the world, but it’s been a while since my last visit. Man, I need to go back! Though until I’m able to board the next flight to the land of sushi and sake, I’ll have to make do with what I find along the way. Such as Little Tokyo in Los Angeles.
After the wedding ceremony at Little White Wedding Chapel, we had a couple of hours until the dinner, so we all went back to the hotel. Rikke and Tina brought a bottle of champagne, so we could make a proper wedding toast.
We had a really nice wedding ceremony at the Little White Wedding Chapel. Elvis was a little late and I had to pay $75 to rent a veil for 30 minutes, but it was only minor flaws on an overall perfect day.
One of my best decisions regarding my wedding in Las Vegas was to book a stylist to come to the hotel and fix my hair and makeup. Instead of stressing around looking for hairpins and concealer, I could just relax, order room service and enjoy the treatment.Tina and Rikke also wanted to get their hair done, so at 11 they came to my suite at Bellagio.
2 days before my wedding in Las Vegas, I heard a knock on the door to our suite at Bellagio. I opened, but there was nobody outside. Instead I saw a pair of very high heels and some flashing bunny ears lying on the floor. I only had a brief moment to wonder what in the world was going on, before my friends jumped in and announced that for the rest of the day, I was in their custody. This was the beginning of my bachelorette party.
We got up early today to drive all the way from LA to Las Vegas. There is only one highway to Las Vegas, so it is easy to find your way, but the landscape is a bit boring, and the 4-hour drive felt much longer.
I really needed a good night’s sleep, but the location of the hotel right below the final part of the approach to LAX made it rather impossible. However, the 10 hours of sleep I got on the plane yesterday apparently sufficed, because I woke up at 7.00 am and felt fit as a fiddle.