Monday, June 16, 2008

G-L-A-M-O-R-O-U-S



If you're like me, you are constantly wondering how to squeeze a little more glam-our in our lives. Who better to learn from than the most glamorous man ever? LIBERACE!


In fact, the first sentence on the Liberace Museum's website is: "For decades, Liberace was known for his music, candelabra, charisma, rhinestones and dazzle."

If you want some old fashioned razzle dazzle during your next trip to Las Vegas, then you should definitely visit the Liberace Museum that displays some absolutely fantabulous capes, sparkly outfits and jewelry. They are open Tues-Sat. 10-5 and Sun. 12-4. If you want more information, you can go to their website: http://www.liberace.org/

In all seriousness, this is a much better display than the Elvis-o-Rama that is scheduled to go away soon. See? You learn something awesome every day.




5 comments:

Dee said...

I was so glad to see you wrote about the Liberace Museum, it is very worthy to be a highlight of any vacation. We recently visited on our trip. I was impressed at the collection of beautiful and one of a kind cars, costumes, pianos, antiques all so priceless! The admission and tour was so reasonably priced and the free shuttle picked us up right at our hotel. The gift store had wonderful unique items that were much more reasonable than the strip gift shops. We also had dinner at Liberace's Italian restaurant (Carluccio’s) next door which was a beautiful atmosphere and also much more reasonably priced than the strip/hotel restaurants. We learned all about this wonderful place on their website www.liberace.org. We also felt great about the fact that part of the money we spent goes directly to the scholarship fund helping students all over the US. We were so impressed we became members of the foundation.

Darin said...

Thanks for you fun review of the Liberace Museum. All of us a the Liberace Foundation are thrilled to share the museum with our visitors both in person and online. We even have a Liberace Page on Facebook and invite you to check that out. http://www.facebook.com/pages/Liberace/21260240791

We do what we do to help continue Liberace's wonderful legacy of showmanship and scholarship.

Thanks for your enthusiasm.
Darin
President
Liberace Foundation

Bethany said...

I am very glad to pay a little attention to such a talented man. Plus, what girl isn't impressed by his jewelry collection?

I am telling you folks, it is worth a visit!

Cladeedah said...

Bethany, your readership is so vast! You are so big-time!!

jesse said...

Is it pretty large on the inside? It seems small from the outside.