Last summer, my several friends and I headed to Las Vegas, NV, for a short stay.
None of us knew much about Las Vegas, but from everything both of us had heard, it was going to be exciting, but at first, it did not thrill me to go to Las Vegas, NV, for holiday; Once both of us got there, I knew I was wrong.
Not only was Las Vegas, NV, a bustling venue, but it had something for pretty much everyone; The first thing that drew Annie and me in was the cannabis café, however where both of us lived, you saw nothing with cannabis, let alone a café. Our state was lax to legalize CBD, let alone legalizing recreational marijuana. They were just now trying to create a law that would allow for medical marijuana, but there were all a lot of rules and regulations that people who used medical marijuana had to follow, las Vegas, NV, not only had recreational marijuana legalized, but you could buy it almost somewhere, and it was then that Annie and I decided both of us were moving to Las Vegas. Annie was an amazing cook, and I was an accomplished businesswoman! Between the several of us, both of us knew both of us could open our own cannabis café and make it a success. All both of us had to do was move to Las Vegas, and get our license to open a cannabis café. Our friend wasn’t cheerful that both of us wouldn’t be around anymore, so both of us tried to talk her into going with us, and her family already lived in Las Vegas, and both of us thought it would be wonderful if she joined us in the business, however she already knew a lot about marijuana.