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Grocery list

Discussion in 'Misc. Vegas Chat' started by Michelle, Sep 2, 2012.

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  1. Michelle

    Michelle Low-Roller

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    I'm staying @ The Signature and am really excited about the full-sized fridge! Mostly to hold booze, water, and Gatorade (hangover remedy). Then I got to thinking should I get snacks, English muffins, etc? I plan on eating at some of the best restaurants in Vegas, so I find it hard to believe that I'm going to be hungry! But I don't have access to a car, and stopping at Lees on the way from the airport. Should I add a trip to the grocery store? If so what is on your list???
     
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    Sonya Queen of VMB

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    I drive, so it's less of an issue for me. Last trip I brought some mini-bagels and cream cheese and some of those fruit cups of pineapple or peaches. I also had some fresh fruit - grapes & apples I think. They were great for breakfast when I wasn't ready to be vertical and for a quick snack here and there. If I do it again, I'll bring something else that is salty-crunchy to complete the snack pile. :)
     
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    Greek yogurt, bagels, peanut butter or cream cheese, some bananas, maybe cookies or donuts. I stay at the Orleans (no fridge) so I just fill an ice bucket and stick the yogurt on ice.
     
  4. LolaDoggie

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    If you're not a snacker, you're not a snacker. It's up to you if you want to keep snacks in the room. You might find yourself wanting to snack due to all the walking though.
     
  5. Smo

    Smo Mr. Las Vegas

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    Just buy some OJ for the vodka in the morning and you'll be just fine!

    Drove up to Vegas 3 weeks ago for 3 nights. Took a snack bag with wheat thins, granola bars, gummi bears, sunflower seeds, and some hard candies.
    I never touched a single thing in that bag the whole time I was there!

    It's Vegas, there's so much to do and eat there it's rediculous.

    I'll never take a snack bag or buy groceries again!
     
  6. MUFC

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    I always make sure i have plenty of Mikes Hard Lemonade in the room, the best hangover cure i've found yet! :beer:
     
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