Caesars Palace, Las Vegas
Favorite thing: Checkout Caesar's Palace. It remains the most famous name, and is the one casino that all first-time visitors rush to see for themselves. Caeser's Palace changed the face of the Las Vegas Strip in 1967. With its Fall-of-the-Roman-Empire motif, this hotel/casino inspires theme-oriented gambling to this day. Its trademarks are the Italian fountains, statues, pavillions and the famous Forum Shops which were opened in 1992. This is a chic mall with a Roman market theme and a life-like blue sky with white billowy clouds. This sky has been copied in other newer properties like Paris and the Venetian. Keep your eyes open, you never know, you might just be rubbing shoulders with a celebrity. I caught a glimpse of Dennis Rodman here once. The photo was taken at the center of the Forum Shops.
Go to Caesars Forum Shops! See Penn & Teller (if they are playing at the time)! See Blue Man Group! (I CANNOT stress this enough!!) Stay at the Luxor! Ride the Big Shot! Walk through Paris, The Venetian, Bellagio! Watch the Fountains of Bellagio!
Fondest memory: I miss the Tellerfish! I miss the lights and the neon! I miss the joy of being able to find something to do at any time night or day! I miss hanging out with my friends in Vegas!
So far, my fondest memory of Las Vegas was eating a nice dinner with Teller.
Party like a rockstar! VEGAS BABY! VEGAS!
Fondest memory: This is a picture of the girls in the pool at Caesars Palace. We spent the morning lounging by the beautiful pool. It was so relaxing!
Go to every hotel you can fit into your visit! Each place is so different and unique.
Fondest memory: Going into Ceasar's Palace. It was amazing! They had a robot show of Zeus and two of his children. The efffects were really cool!
The grand entrance to Caesars Palase is a picture of elegance.
Fondest memory: It's adorned with a series of 18 fountains and gardens.
You do not have to shop at The Forum at Caesars Palace but it's interiors are must see in Vegas.
Fondest memory: The entrance hall which is dominated by spiral escalators with caryatids is very impressive .
Get a picture of the building and the pool. That is Simonne sitting there looking at the pool.
Fondest memory: Swimming in the pool
It is really a flashy Place. -------------------------Get a picture of your companion at the entrance to Caesar's Palace
Fondest memory: The excitement felt by all who are there is fantastic.
Fondest memory: At Cesars Palace, they used to have Roman guards for photos - hilarious. Mum, however, didn´t think it was so funny!
Favorite thing: ....have a cappuccino next to the Roman fountain underneath an artificial, ever-changing sky . This place is why I keep returning to Cesars Palace.
Fondest memory: Right next door of the Mirage is CESARS PALACE . In summer, it´s nice to just have a short way to walk!