Originally Posted by Alex Wu
Later that afternoon, I organized a group to see the show Penn & Teller, while simultaneously trying to get another group together to have dinner at the Red Velvet Café. I was stressing out when I realized I couldn’t get back to the strip in time to see the show, so I had to choose from one or the other. Glen, a new friend I made at the workshop, wanted to connect over dinner, and I wanted to talk to him too. At the end, I closed my eyes and asked for help from my guides. They beamed me the signal that I’d be happier going out for dinner, so I wound up going with the Red Velvet group
I remember you trying to organize the Penn & Teller thing, and knowing you were a bit stressed out at the time, it was probably a good thing your guides told you to pick dinner. The group I was with decided to see the show, and it was really chaotic and crazy (but fun and adventurous, at least for me) scrambling to find tickets at the last minute.
Basically, half of the Penn & Teller group hopped in my car and drove to Rio, while the other half disappeared. We end up at the box office to realize that we should have done the half price ticket thing, so we hop into a Rio Shuttle, get dropped off at the Strip (while taking pictures and stuff), find a ticket booth, buy tickets, then rush back to the Rio. In a surprising coincidence, we end up at their Indian restaurant and reconnect with the other half of the group, who were eating several feet away from us.