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Fear & Loathing in Las Vegas- On the Road with Ford Mustang

Vroom Vroom- Ford's New Mustang

Strong accessory game wearing Amarilo Jewelry & Haatichai

In love with the rustic decor at Culinary Dropout Las Vegas

Amarilo Jewelry & Haatichai // MAC Ruby Woo Lipstick

Photo bomb....

Learning the fondue technique with the pretzel bites @ Culinary Dropout 

Sharing is Caring...The Team digs in @ Culinary Dropout

Pork Belly Open Face Sandwich at Culinary Dropout

Whiskey Cocktail at Culinary Dropout

Junk Food Velvet Underground T shirt // Hudson Jeans // JustFab Denim Jacket // Timberland Boots

Ford's 2015 Mustang GT

Inspired by the late Hunter S. Thompson, I ventured out with Ford's new Mustang for my own version of Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas. Sparing the narcotics and only mild debauchery, my team and I set out in our extremely eye catching and not to mention photogenic vehicle and headed for the desert.
We set up camp for the next four days at The LINQ Hotel, a Caesar's property. Covering all our bases and basics, LINQ is tucked perfectly across from Caesar's at the heart of the strip, making it convenient for our meandering curiosities. Taking full advantage of the amenities of its very own Promenade chalked full with whatever strikes your fancy whether it be Sprinkles Cupcakes or the Polaroid Store and Museum. Known for the High Roller, the worlds tallest observation wheel (even beating out London's), gives you a 550ft suspended viewpoint of Vegas, best seen at night.
One of our more mild adventures we decided to embark on consisted of hitting up a few select food spots known for their unique offering and aesthetic in addition to the not-so-Vegas feel.
The first food induced coma was due in part to one of our favorite stops, Culinary Dropout. Located in the Hard Rock Hotel, with an amazing view of the pool, this high end gastro-pub is famed for its pretzel bites and bread made fresh daily in house that can be described as 'out of this world'. The selections are fitting to even the pickiest the palettes with unique flavor combinations without going over the top and confusing the patrons with obscure ingredients. The decor was a perfect mix of masculine meets antique Mecca with recycled barn wood tables, green tufted couches and fire pits. The overall inviting vibe could keep you there in comfort for quite some time.
Leaving Culinary Dropout with a few more inches on our waists, we prepped for a night of adventure on the historic off the strip Fremont Street to soak in the history and a little more whiskey of course!
Tune in for day two on the road in Las Vegas!

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