Obviously, the biggest highlight of the weekend was running the Tri-States Marathon with Katie.
|Katie and me at the Start Line|
Missed my recap of the race? Check it out here.
Besides running a marathon, the weekend was filled with delicious food and drinks.
And walking around the Strip.
Katie had never been to Vegas before, so we had to do at least something Vegas-y. But it was so cold! And we were both tired from a day of travel Thurs - Katie flying from KY; me circling the McCarran Airport for 20+ miles - that we just grabbed dinner at FIREFLY and called it a night.
So, before heading to Mesquite for the marathon, I had to at least show her the Vegas Strip. We parked at Fashion Show mall. I got some nail appliques on my ring fingers; Katie got her hair straightened AND bought the hair straightener. I decided that maybe it hadn't been the best idea to stop at the mall first. LOL.
We walked from Fashion Show to Aria, popping in and out of the casinos to
Since we went during the afternoon, none of the free shows were going. I, at least, wanted to show her the Conservatory at the Bellagio.
It was between shows. #thwarted
It was still fun to see glimpses of the holiday show.
After walking around for a couple hours, we were both getting hungry! I saw I had a Starbucks reward for BOGO food, so we decided to grab sandwiches at Starbucks.
Unfortunately, we had to go to THREE locations before I could redeem my reward. Apparently rewards don't work in casinos. #lessonlearned
Katie and I got along fabulously! It was so much fun getting to know her in person and chatting about blogging and running. I so rarely get to do that in real life, so it was lots of fun!!
Come back anytime, Katie!
The rest of my weekend was spent watching movies and TV. And blogging a bit, too.
My legs were feeling pretty good on Sunday, but the DOMS definitely set in as I lounged on the recliner. Walking seemed to get more and more difficult as the day went on. I spent quite a bit of time massaging them throughout our movie marathon.
When I went to bed Sunday night, I was definitely happy about my decision to take Monday off work as well.
Thankfully, my legs were feeling much better yesterday. I even took Sallie for a 2-mile walk. They felt so good in fact that I think I'll even try going for a short, slow run before work today.
How was your weekend? Do anything particularly fun?
How long after a marathon until you're walking 100% normal again?