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    Question trip to vegas

    I am really wanting to come more out in the open about my AB side and hope to find others when I am in vegas Daddy has decided that I could choose were i wanted to go well anyways I am going to be going to vegas coming up and never been. How do I come out and be more open about my Ab Side I know alot say its not safe but I want too because I think it will help me. Anyways will be my first time there in vegas never been and very excited.


    Also what are some good hotels that would be safe for an AB and another thing what are some good restaurants and things to do in vegas as it will be my first time there?

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    Quote Originally Posted by babylilbit View Post
    I am really wanting to come more out in the open about my AB side and hope to find others when I am in vegas Daddy has decided that I could choose were i wanted to go well anyways I am going to be going to vegas coming up and never been. How do I come out and be more open about my Ab Side I know alot say its not safe but I want too because I think it will help me. Anyways will be my first time there in vegas never been and very excited.


    Also what are some good hotels that would be safe for an AB and another thing what are some good restaurants and things to do in vegas as it will be my first time there?
    I don't have any trip suggestions, since I haven't ever been to Vegas myself. But have a fun time. I want to go to Vegas someday.

    As far as the being more open about AB stuff while you are there, just remember: There might be a lot of people there, but you'll probably never seen them again in your life. When I'm far from home, remembering that I'll never see these people again in my life, and that they don't know me, makes things a little easier, just in case they see a bit of my diaper, or something like that.

    Also, it's Vegas. People do lots of odd things there all the time. I'm sure that local people have seen that stuff many times before.

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    As the advertising campaign for Las Vegas goes, "What Happens in Vegas stays in Vegas!" Like this guy on New Year's Eve. I live within 100 miles of Las Vegas and have been there a few times. I hate to give you bad news, but it is mostly an adult town with not many "child-like" activities.

    What kind of activities are you looking for? If you're wanting to go walking down the street in full baby attire. you might get some comments and looks, but Vegans mostly keep to themselves. If you want to do "little" stuff, there are a few parks, a couple of them large and you could probably have some outside time away from other people. As you know, people at a park tend to be very protective of their children so they might tend to stay away from an AB in full attire.

    For fun, there are water parks there. Wet-N-Wild just opened for the summer and a new one will be opening soon. Again. probably not a place to be in AB attire, but you can act like a kid again.

    There are strip clubs there. Not that you want to go to one, but the women in there dress in a variety of costumes, including the famous little girl outfit with short dress, pigtails and stockings. Walking down the street in similar attire will get you noticed and maybe even stopped by the police as they may think you are soliciting.

    Hotels are numerous and all of good to excellent quality. You get what you pat for. Security is tight in the hotels and casinos and walking around in such attire when It's not Halloween or New Year's will be frowned upon. Every hotel/casino has restaurants galore ranging from fast food to 5 star ones. The only hotel I can think of that might be OK for an AB is a gay hotel, bit it's not in the best part of town.

    I hope I answered your questions as best I can. If you have specific questions, post them here and I'll do my best to answer them or research them for you.

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    I do not know about where to go wearing attire, but my favorite spot is Circus Circus. They have the indoor amusement park, and the buffet is excellent, plus they have a $20 all you can eat wrist ban that you can go back 4 times for meals. Also The Butcher Block is the Nevada Cattle Association restaurant and they have the BEST stakes I have ever had and the price is moderate considering the prices of high dinning in town.

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    I forgot about Adventuredome at Circus-Circus. It is an indoor amusement park that costs about $30 per person. It has lots of kiddie things and there's two indoor roller coasters. LOTS of video games and carnival games there and inside Circus-Circus. Also, just about all the hotel/casinos have arcades. I also like the Excalibur when I go there. Nice arcade and there is a Medieval show there about knights and kings of old. Downtown Las Vegas will have a zip line opening soon.

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    there are many many things to do in Vegas you need to be 21 though. Circus Circus is ok, they have a giant ferris wheel now, there is always something, remember things are farther than they look, try not to gamble on machines, and you should have a good time, Vegas is slowly growing a small AB community, but it is very loose and not to organized.

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