And the countdown begins! I am just three days away from my wedding and this weekend my friends and family did a great job sending me off to the great uknown—married life.
We had cocktails at a lounge, dinner at a restaurant, and dancing at a club...in other words, it was perfect! I’m sharing some photos (the ones I can post anyway) to walk you through my girl’s night out. It was filled with love, fun and (just a few) cocktails.
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I patiently waited in my fab hotel room for the night at The Carlton Hotel for all my friends to arrive. Of course, like true Latinas, they were all late.
After getting to our meeting place, the bar of the seafood brasserie, Millesime, in the Carlton Hotel, which was a nice way to ease into the celebrations with it’s dim lighting, live jazz band, and sexy ambience.
Following bachelorette traditions, I was FORCED to wear a garter belt that said “bachelorette” and if that wasn’t enough attention I also had a blinking “bachelorette” button to go along with it.
We got to the Puerto Rican restaurant Sazon and I was ready to eat!
But first a “cheers”!
While we ate, the music at Sazon kept on getting louder until it felt like a mini club and my friends had no problems getting up and getting the party started.
I was so overwhelmed with joy and laughter.
Now, we move on to the next place. The best what I call “Spanglish” club where they play both English and Spanish music, Phuket!
Popular Latino party promoter and friend, Eric Soler, made sure to show us a good time – here comes the bottle service!!
We danced out little hearts out, good times!
My friends are the absolute best!
It felt so good to be able to end the night at The Carlton Hotel suite for some R&R, which I desperately needed.