|My sister-in-law is just as much of an economical explorer as |
I am! Both of us like to save our money for drinking!
It’s called a “day pass.” It costs $50, but if you want a gift that will knock the socks off your friend, husband, wife, mother-in-law, whoever, this is it.
|Will also knock your clothes off, as you get to|
put on this comfy robe!
The day pass covers every area of the 42,000 square foot spa – you just don’t get an actual massage.
We started in the Bath Lounge.
|Rubber duckie, you're the one!|
|I know, I know, I look like a fat kid shoving cupcakes in my mouth!|
This room is aptly named, as it is beyond relaxing. There is refreshing flavored water and cute little mini cupcakes. I ate about 10. There are plenty of couches in the Relaxation Lounge as well. We sat down for a bit before going to the Self-Centered Garden.
|It's all about me here!|
I brought a magazine and hung out for a bit, then took a nap. There are lots of little areas with different water features, including a small pool and fountain. But nothing beats swinging in a little egg over a pool of water.
Along the sides of this little pool, you'll find water running down the walls, which creates an awesome feeling over your fingers.
|We were having a photo shoot with ourselves!|
The spa is open 8am to 9pm, so you could stay all day if you want. And most of the night. But, you must reserve a spot for the day pass, and the spots do fill up, so make sure to book ahead of time.
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