Thursday, October 11, 2007

Topless Pools: Love ‘Em or Hate ‘Em?

Caesar's Pool
On our recent trip to Vegas, we visited the Caesar’s Venus Pool, which bills itself as “European”-style. Reading between the lines, that means bikini tops are optional! We did enjoy this pool more than the larger Neptune one—it’s in a secluded area behind cypress trees, which shield from the desert winds; you must be 21 and over to enter, so there are no little tykes running around; and the waitstaff brings around little treats every so often, like chilled washcloths and frozen grapes. So decadent!

As for taking off our tops, well, tan lines are SO 1986, but while the pool is called “European” style, there’s not exactly a “European” mentality to go along with it. The guys (solidly middle-aged) oggled our naked boobs, which prompted us to put our tops back on in a hurry. On the upside, it was fun to check out the other women across the pool, including a pair of fake tatas that kept us entertained for hours!

Tell us what you think!

Click here for more information on Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas.

1 comment:

Meghan said...

We went to the "adult" pool at Mandalay Bay this past spring. It was pricey, $50 for men, $10 for women....but during the week, it was absolutely worth it. The pool wasn't overcrowed, like the main wave pool (a total cluster F#$%), it was relaxing, and I didn't feel like I was being gawked at. On the weekend, however, it was a different story...crowded, boobs everywhere and men crawling all over them....just depends what you are looking for, i guess...

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