Two days before “D-Day”, the wedding day. No time to lose, imminent takeoff for Las Vegas where you will celebrate your bachelor party.
Mike, your driver is waiting for you at McCarran Airport. In no time he gets you and your luggage in the limo and drives off towards your hotel on Las Vegas Blvd. The temperature rises when you discover the splendor of the Strip, Caesars Palace, Bellagio, and those neon lights that excite all your senses.
Room 609, you unpack your suitcases and you quickly get ready to discover the city of all excesses.
Let the bachelor’s party begin! After all, the bride and groom should each enjoy the pleasures that will be forbidden to them once they’ve pronounced the sacred vows.
Blackout! Cold shower, dark night. What drug was slipped into your glass? No memory. Total lethargy.
What are you going in this stripclub room ?
How can you get out ?
The clock is ticking. You have 60 minutes to retrace the events of the evening, and find the plane tickets or you will miss your flight and ruin the wedding !
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Note that there is no innocent carnal pleasure, and there is only one step between passion and obsession…
Whether you’re celebrating a bachelor.ette party or just coming by for a visit, our assistants will help you escape from the clutches of Lust!
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DID YOU KNOW?
Lust – 60 seconds of general knowledge
Lust is an intense desire, a disturbed enjoyment, an unrestrained search of the carnal pleasures. A kind of debauchery that Dante classifies as the 2nd circle of Hell.
In the Middle Ages, Lust was even considered by Christians to be the most serious of the sins, although during Ancient History it was seen in a positive way with the organization of Bacchanals.
The current existing philosophy of hedonism and the Kama-sutra also evoke the perpetual quest for pleasure.
The libertinism, born in the 18th century, refers to sexual practices without morals and today, swinging or voyeurism are practices that are mostly perceived as unhealthy.
To go further, Dr. Synaps recommends that you read carefully: Lust, A story between sin and enjoyment, André Rauch (2016)
“LOVE COMFORETH LIKE SUNSHINE AFETR RAIN, BUT LUST’S EFFECT IS TEMPEST AFTER SUN”
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