I admire Vegas, and so do my friends. Almost each of us is like wowing when knowing Las Vegas is on the itinerary for this West Coast trip. I myself don’t know what is obviously exciting about the city beside its glamorous and casino. All these are definitely known by watching movies like Eurotrip and Last Vegas. No wonder I am so keen on to know how the city looks like in real eyes. No wonder Vegas becomes one of the most awaiting destinations for this trip. :)
I am currently in Fresno, which is 4 hours from San Francisco by bus. We may call this a transit city before we head to Las Vegas tomorrow morning through another 6 hours bus trip.
Today’s trip was, still, hillarous. The landscape that we passed by has stunned me. One of the guests said that what we looked is the same as the green scenery on Windows XP wallpaper, if you may notice. It was along the way in Monterey. How I wished to escape from the bus so I could take a proper picture of that wonderful nature’s artwork.
Not to mention the designs of the house. Oh my, I am so in love with the designs that we’ve seen so far. It is simple yet nice. Each house has its difference and so does its own character and I just feel like playing movie inside my mind about how the family live within the house like that (blame it on Cougar Town, Desperate Housewives, and other American series). The gardens are well taken care and it all just looks very calming. These all things make me wonder that all Americans have been inherited with Martha Stewart’s skill and soul.
And also the parking lots (which you may find not necessary to explore or to jot down in this post). You know, the scenes where each neighbor communicates one to another through the garden or right after they have the car parked? Now I know how can that scene occurs in the real life. I wish to picture delicate photos of the house but we just passed by the place that I mentioned so the picture wasn’t that good enough to see.
The scenes in the series I watched have been proven by today’s sightseeing. Now I can’t wait to see the Real Vegas. How would it look like? Will it be the city of lights as what Robert de Niro and friends saw on Last Vegas? Will the city full sexy ladies and hot guys? Will parties be thrown in every edge of the city? I am so curious to know as you are.
However, despite of all happiness, something is missing from this trip. Yes, we still miss our dad. No matter how fun it is, we just miss to hear and share these whole stories with him. Includes the part whether Vegas will look like Vegas, or not. :)