We began our first full day early with a healthy breaky at the pool cafe with coffee and fresh juice with granola, yoghurt and fresh fruit.

The juice was complimentary for slow service even though it was great. I already LOVE America. After another explore of the Bellagio, we went to a ticket booth on the street opposite the Bellagio for discount show tickets and blagged Cirque du Soleil Mystere tickets at Treasure Island and a Sushi buffet. I didn't realise there were so many different Cirque du Soleil shows including The Beatles, Michael Jackson and Asian inspired and an aquatics in the Bellagio itself. Having not seen any Cirque before we decided on the Mystere as it was supposed to be the most original. 

We then went to explore all the other hotels and of course, stopped at the Kardashian Khaos shop in the The Mirage. We grabbed a little kale salad lunch at the Bean Cafe opposite. Back at the Bellagio pool we indulged in more of the $17 Bellini cocktails and soaked up the summer sun, making sure to regularly top up the Piz Buin Tan & Protect (which doesn't make you any more tanned, btw). Heading back across the road for supper we watched the sunset with Corona and Tacos at Cabo Wabo and after chatting to the waiter managed to blag free desserts. I really love America, hah. 

Despite feeling a little jetlagged there were no problems staying awake during Cirque du Soleil which was totally mesmerising and magical and one of my top highlights from the month we were away. I am eager to see another show so if anyone hears of them coming to the UK, definitely let me know!

Sunglasses - Topshop
Top - Topshop
Skort - Primark
Flip Flops - Havaianas

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