Yeah, I’d probably stay away from the “all nude” spas. Personally, I know I don’t want to be walking around anywhere nude! And perhaps many of your girlfriends feel the same way…
Alright – so I’m just going to throw out a few ideas. These many not fit the exact request but they offer some fun treats – and the price is right!
The Lounge Spa in Culver City
All your guests will receive an elixir tonic with their service.
25-min Facial for $40
25-min Swedish Massage for $35
Eye Treatment for $20
After your treatments you can grab a nice organic lunch at nearby Leaf Cuisine.
Mini Facial $75
Regular Manicure $25
Deluxe Manicure $45
Manicure + Palm Reading $75
15-min Chair Massage $35
Foot Reflexology $65Nite Spa is open from 3pm till Midnight – so before or after, check outPrimitivo Wine and Tapas bar.Glen Ivy Hot Springs
Take the day off and head out to Corona — it’s just 58 miles from Los Angeles! Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday – $38 per person. Saturday, Sunday, and Holidays – $49 per person. The mineral waters and red clay mud baths are included in the entrance fee. You can eat lunch there, plus anyone can add extra treatments if they desire — like you, birthday girl! This is a great price for a full day’s activity and super fun for a group!
Monday, January 18, 2010
1) Stomp in puddles
2) Strip off your clothes and run naked
3) Get out your waterproof camera and go crazy
4) Put on your Wellies and belt out “Singing In the Rain”
5) Play board games
6) Jump on a trampoline
7) Drink hot chocolate with marshmallows
8) Sit by the fireplace
9) Read a great book
10) Take a nap
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