As for Las Vegas, well it's nothing more than a self-indulgent, commercialized, hedonistic mecca for consumerism, vice and debauchery.
And I'm Soooooo looking forward! One word. Shopping.
Screw the gambling, it's all about shopping. That is ALL that matters.
Now in Canada we are fortunate enough to have been
(Pottery Barn, Williams Sonoma, Crate and Barrel, Restoration Hardware, and most major clothing stores etc.) but there are some unfortunate omissions to the Canadian retail landscape.
Target- or as we always call it in Canada (Tar-jay). Don't laugh. Sure it's a discount department store...but it has soo many deals. LURVE it!
Macy's- A department store with so much MORE.
Las Vegas Premium outlets- GAHHHH. 'nough said.
Las Vegas Fashion Show Mall. ( ~True Nirvana~)
Dillards, Bloomingdales, Nordstrom, Saks Fifth Ave, Neiman Marcus, White House/Black Market, Victoria's Secret ....the list goes on!
Honestly, I'm most excited about the large department stores. So much under one roof. The brands we don't have in Canada at slightly lower prices. Hopefully there'll be some kick-ass post-Christmas sales.
* Question, why is there no name for the day after Christmas in the U.S.?
It's called Boxing Day. There, adopt that America.
We have Boxing Day sales, in fact, Boxing "week" sales that go on for weeks and weeks. Gotta blow out all the Christmas stock.
There must be a name to describe the incredible deals available after Christmas. TELL me you actually have fabulous sales America!???