I like this place. It’s a German style beer hall in Vegas. The food is amazing and it’s always great people watching. We were there on Sunday, the other guys at our table were playing quarters. I’ve never experienced that before when I’ve been eating, at a restaurant.
We don’t eat meat so we had the vegan frankfurter – it comes with fries in a curry sauce that brings back great memories to me from when I was young in Holland with my cousins. A huge pretzel that was super soft on the inside with just enough salt on the outside. It came with a kick-ass beer cheese which was one of the best beer cheeses I’ve had in a while. We also got the vegan schnitzel and it came with potato salad. There were two pieces of schnitzel so it was easy to share. We drank water and our total came to $49.60.
They also do this thing, if you drink 3 or 5 shots you get a smack on your ass with the paddle that holds the shot glasses. I love that the waitresses/waiters are the ones that do the paddling. What a great way thank the drunks you’ve been serving.
Ugh. One thing I do often is worry. I worry about bothering someone who I don’t even know. We are living in a homtel for the month. It’s like a hotel with apartment prices. I haven’t been sleeping well so I wake up early. Quiet time in this place is from 9 am – 9 pm. I blend my coffee in the morning and worry about if I am bothering the people next door. I’ve changed up my entire morning routine because of this. Should I really care so much?
I just read my post from December 2017 about being excited about moving here. Now I am writing about being excited to leave! It’s definitely been interesting and I have learned a lot. I also know that I don’t care for living in Las Vegas.
The year had its ups and downs. Today I am going to try and focus on the positive parts and what’s “good” today because I find myself being way to negative lately. I blame it on my environment but I know it boils down to me, how I react to it. I just know, for me personally, my environment has a lot to do with my attitude. It’s a lot easier to be happy when you are happy with your situation – where you live, work, the people you spend time with, what you do with your time and where you spend your time.
So what’s good today is – we’re in a temporary hotel for the month – there was always some sort of issue in the apartment I was living in and we’re staying here till we leave Vegas. My last day at the dispensary was on the 1st of March. I miss my people there and am so grateful for them, I have new life friends. I have a month off to focus on recovering from this year and getting ready for the next part of life. We are moving to a smaller town with trees, water and fresh air. I am beyond excited.