Las Vegas Topless Pools

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  1. summerbum

    summerbum I can choose my own title Registered Member

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    Lol... after ripping off the Band-Aid on that first bottle, I don't think anyone was actually Counting.

    With the twelve of us buying rounds, I don't think there's any way to figure out what the total was. But I think that speaks volumes that we reached a place where we just didn't give a s*** and kept going!

    I do know that there are less expensive options, but the Cabana makes sense for a larger group.
     
  2. Stacia_and_John

    Stacia_and_John T&A Tour Guide Registered Member

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    Mondays at Bare were "Industry Day" a while back, that might stillbe going on. It was a fun crowd of the service staff "kids" having a good time, cutting loose. Most ladies topless, most guys had seen it before and we're gawking, low-key but high energy conversations going on all over the place, like that.

    Though mind you, the last time S & I were at bare it was 2017.
     
  3. matchandherbetterhalf

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    Was at Moorea this past Monday. as it was a Canadian long weekend. $50 for a chair which was applied to bar tab. $20 for men to get in, free for women. On Sunday, it was $20 for women, $30 for men, don't know about chair price.

    It was busier that I expected for a Monday (but nowhere near full). Canned music, but it was good. Only about 1/3 of women topless. Most people looked 40-ish.

    We brought our refillable 22-oz cups purchased 4 years ago at Moorea, and we were told at the bars around the main pools of the Delano/Mandalay Bay that the resort no longer does refills for a lower price. But interestingly, we were charged only a refill price at Moorea ($17 vs. $23 for a first drink). So it was worthwhile to bring a refillable drink container to Moorea. I have no idea if it would work with refillable drink containers that were not originally purchased at Moorea. All the print was worn off ours...nothing to indicate it was a Moorea cup.
     
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