Saturday, April 14, 2012

Wild Boy Party Bus

My cousin is 3 weeks away from his wedding and is extremely anxious to get it over with so a few of the fellas figured out how we can get him relaxed and calm before the big day……..Bachelor Party time! That’s right! The theme song and the theme name for that night was Wild Boy. If anyone has heard of Machine Gun Kelly then you know what I mean. I was in charge of transportation so after doing a quick head count if figured we will need a limo but not just any limo, I went to the RentalCarMomma and I was able to get a really good deal on a party limo bus and it had all the bells and whistles for our shin dig. The price was ridiculous I mean considering the fact that we were rolling 20 deep we got the party bus for 7 hours for $900.00.

So once we squared away the details of the wild boy ride we now concentrated on where we wanted to take my cousin Sosa for the night and of course being that us boys like doing bad things we said that we needed to take him to Tampa Florida and stop at several night clubs including a Gentleman’s night club. Sosa had no idea what we had in store for him at all, the entire week he kept telling me how he wanted to do something fun before his wedding and he had no clue what was coming the very next day.

The day of the party a few of us went to pick him up from his house and take him to get a haircut and of course we as well got cuts then we went to the mall to get some gear for the night so we could look so fresh and so clean and this fool still had no idea what was going on. Once we got done we took him back home and we told him that he needs to be ready because we had plans for the night to grab some drinks. Everyone already knew what time to meet at my cousins crib our Limo bus driver was going to be there at 10p.m. sharp so we asked that everyone arrive at Sosa’s house by 9:30p.m. I got to his house first only because I needed to stop by the liquor store and get all the Big Boy Drinks because the party bus doesn’t supply the drinks. So once I got in his house with all the bottles he had a curious look on his face and then he asked me “Bro I thought we was going out for drinks” and I told him “yeah we are” and as soon as I said that all the fellas rolled in at the same time the party bus parked in front of his crib and by that time my boy had a smile that went from cheek to cheek.

Par-tay Bus
I myself had the only cool-aid smile because I wasn’t expecting what I saw, I mean this bus was pimped out to the max it had cool customized Graffiti throughout the exterior parts of the bus. I was the first one in the bus and that was because I had to put the drinks in the bar,,,,,,yes you heard it correctly this bad boy had a liquor bar and it had wooden floors throughout the bus it also had customized leather seats, 12 47inch flat screen t.v.’s and fully loaded surround sound with iPod connection for the tunes oh and I almost forgot the customized strobe lights and 2 private bathrooms for him and her LOL!!!

Once I put the bottles to chill I put in some music and I told the driver to open the door and let everyone in and they all rushed inside and you could see it in everyone’s face that they could not believe what they were seeing, to say that it was off the chain would be an understatement this party bus was official like the bone gristle. As soon as we drove off my cousin pulled me aside and he told me that this was the best thing anyone has ever done and told him to shut up and have a lot of drinks because where we were heading you definitely be on your Wild Boy Status and party’d all night long rockin the song by Machine Gun Kelly – “ Ima Wild Boy, Ima-Ima Wild Boy”

Friday, April 6, 2012

A stroll into the Bluegrass State...

It’s been a while that Alejandra Ms Hotness and I took a drive into the incredible states that comprise the union. We been a little bit flustered with work and things. We got into a rhythm and to break from the usual habit, we decided to visit her brother, my future brother-in-law at Kentucky.

We took the flight there, and you can see that the Kentucky International Airport was filled with the White and Blues from the recent feat of the mighty Wildcats’ NCAA Championship. One thing I love about Ms Hotness is that she is into sports, all kinds. But she is also a major NY Yankee fan, like me!

Anyways, after the usual greetings from her brother and his wife, Ellen, Alejandra and I went to the Thrifty rental car desk, which they were holding our vehicle. As usual, we used the site, it’s the only place where we are sure to find awesome discounts. And they have never disappointed us. We showed the agent our reservation, asked us if we wanted a GPS, which we declined since we have our androids and we have downloaded the Google Maps app (it is fantastic by the way, if you haven’t downloaded, what you waiting for!!) It was a Ford Focus which was cheap with the discounts and economic with the gas, plus something awesome is that it was unlimited mileage!

After spending the weekend with them, in which Alejandra’s brother kept teasing me with the “if you play my sister I am gonna…” speech. We both head to the Bluegrass. Our first stop was the Woodford Reserve Distillery. We drove from Lexington to Versailles, which is about 30-min. I have to say that the sightseeing is amazing.

barrels and barrelsThe Woodford Reserve Distillery is the oldest in Kentucky and here is where they started perfecting the bourbon whiskey. We arrived early to see the 10am tour of their facilities. It is amazing when walking into their distillery to see how they do this wonderful whiskey. With all the time and technology, they kept to the minimum the new technology to produce, and they kept intact the old-making process of doing the spirit. Oak wood barrels are constantly rolling thru the different stages, this will produce the aging of the whiskey, plus the flavor and amber color that is very distinct of this type of whiskey. After we go around the different buildings and places where they prepared the drink, we are guided to the bar where there was a lady that was having the drink in different stages of maturity. Of course, they had in the most matured drink in a nice bottle that we bought as souvenir and another for us to drink.

The following day we went to the Kentucky Derby Museum which is in Louisville, an hour and a half from Lexington. It is a huge venue, but the surrounding areas are nothing of what you see on TV for the seminal horse race. It is way impressive! The gardens, the stables, they have on the tour the “cementery” as Alejandra and I called it, cause it was sculptures and other markings with some highlight horses that ran in this race. They even bring us to the place where the really really rich stays during the race. It was a good thing that we didn’t come during the race day, cause is hard to be in this area. We went to the gift shop and bought some souvenirs. We both not into horse racing, but since this is one of the oldest races in America, we give it a try, and definitely we recommend this tour.

Mammoth Cave
The third day, we both went with Alejandra’s brother and sister-in-law to the Mammouth Cave. It was a bit far, about 2hr 1/2. boy did it impressed Alejandra and I! you all know how good she is with a camera, and let me tell you, this was like the ultimate photography oasis for her! So many sightseeings, and incredible vistas. The rock formations are simple awe-inspiring. And to top it all off, the guide told us that is the biggest in the whole world! We were simply marveled by the sheer size of the caves. But what is more amazing is the different fixtures that were created by just nature. Some feels like as if you walked into the met. The name cames from the size of the caves and we both totally agree. Alejandra was in photography 101 heaven, and when she is focus, wow she looks phenomenally sexy!

Definitely I am looking forward to spending more time with this awesome and incredibly beautiful jewel of a woman. Plus, nothing bad with meeting her family little by little. So far, this is headed in the right direction and I cant be more happier. Plus, to see her smile is to see the Mona Lisa come to life!