1-Rib Roast. Alberta beef of course.
Potatoes, veggies, ingredients for yorkshire pudding and horse radish.
Eating on the road is getting old.
What I am finding is that Free internet is akin to dial up unless you can't sleep and chose to blog at 3:19am. So here goes:
On Tuesday we pulled into Vegas just in time to clean up, order the kids pizza and have a quick date before the show. We chose Mystere by Cirque Du Soleil, it was excellent! http://www.cirquedusoleil.com/en/shows/mystere/default.aspx
Our date was comical on so many fronts. We basically had an hour and twenty minutes so we chose a Steak House in our hotel. Prices and even decor would indicate that we had chosen well. Instantly we are asked to have our photo taken. Ya ya, make it snappy! (hilarious, I know). Well, 3 poses and 6 photos later the woman leaves. Settle in to order and it turns out our waiter likes to chat up his clients. I mean, he had it down to a tee, coming back when he could afford the time to continue the tale in not one but two languages, ironically to show us how he thinks everyone should have perfect english before coming to America. Food arrives, OH JOY! As does the woman with our photos. The food and photos were equally poor. Pass on photos. Eat our meal that is perhaps one step up from cafeteria food, pay an insane bill and get the kids and head to the show. Date night fail. Thank goodness for Cirque!
The Hub's folks met us for this stop and we could not take in enough of the spectacular view!