We arrived in San Jose on Wednesday and the festivities started on Thursday.
The day started with Mani/Pedis at this wonderful nail place...whose name I can't remember (of course). Manicures were only $15. FIFTEEN BUCKS.
So all the ladies got pampered. From there I ran to the mall with Jen's cousin Sierra while Jen and her maid of honor raced around finishing some errands. Then they picked us up. We picked up pizzas for all of the family and headed to the hotel for dinner. From there I said goodbye to my little man and big man and headed to downtown San Jose for the bachelorette party. The bridesmaids had gotten Jen a suite at the Fairmont San Jose where we got ready and walked to Studio 8, supposedly the hottest club in California...or Northern California.
It looked like a bank on the outside but inside it was HUGE and so very loud. The music was making my ribcage vibrate.
We had a VIP booth right next to the dance floor and basically we danced and danced the night away.
I was very sore all day the next day.
Here are some pictures of the day/night.
My camera started to freak out in the night club (again, I need a new camera) so I don't have many pictures. I will steal some when other people get them up.
Fun shirt. By the end of the night it was covered in signatures.
Linda, Pam and Jen getting Pedicures
Mother-of-the-Bride and Bride-to-Be
Getting lovely nails with Sierra
The lovely place we got our nails done
Dinner with Jeff's family
All gussied up for a night of fun. Getting ready to head downtown.
While waiting it is perfectly acceptable to take pictures of oneself.
Ok. Here we go!
Enter Studio 8
At Studio 8. My feet looked cool in all the funky lighting they had.
Enter Studio 8.
This is us waiting for people to get there. We had to be there at 10:30 but this club didn't open until 11...so we waited.
Look at those sweeeet dance moves I've got. "C'mon ride the train, and ride it!"
These gals were friends of the bride and were hilarious! Here we are making fun of how much taller than everyone in the club I am...'cause they were all short...Asian...and trying to break dance. Seriously. It was kind of weird.
The end of our Studio 8 encounter.
At 2 a.m. we were all spent and headed to La Vic's (best Mexican food in town).
Jen proceeded to tell us how much she loved all the food they had there and the proper way to eat it.
Now listen here...
Oh and then housekeeping woke us up at 8:30 a.m.
It was great.