I'll gladly pass on my experience. Hope you can get some ideas from this.
Fondest memory: Bright lights, party atomosphere, & people just out to have a good time.
I do miss Vegas a whole lot..The people are very friendly and the city has so much energy to give. But, make sure you bring enough money with you to have the fun you want to have. I recommend that anyone coming with $400 or less in their pocket spend most of their time on Fremont Street. Where everything is cheaper and your money can go a long way.... Stop at the Golden Gate Hotel to get their famous Football full of Beer or whatever you have the taste for, for only $6.00.
Fondest memory: The way the city lights look at night especially when your flying over the city coming into the airport at night!
Favorite thing: As I walked into the hotel room, I was shocked to feel the air conditioning turned up full blast. I couldn't understand the waste of energy on the part of the hotel... Then I saw the surprise and I almost fainted!!
Easter in Las Vegas and meeting this newborn celebrating his first Easter!
I also went to my friend brothers 1st confirmation in a beautiful Catholic church, how many people do that in Vegas? Go to church? :)
Fondest memory: When I first arrived in 'LAS VEGAS', back in 1974, MANY of the large resort were NOT AROUND on the FAMOUS LAS VEGAS STRIP> There WAS> 'LANDMARK', 'HACIENDA', 'SILVER-SLIPPER', 'CASTAWAYS', 'DUNES', ALL MEMORIES NOW!!!
Fondest memory: When I was in high school. (Freshman) Our dance team went to Las Vegas, and spent the night in the Excalibur hotel. We danced at the college (UNLV) football game, at half-time ,during the Christmas season. The whole trip was wild, and thinking back on it makes me laugh. I was so young. :):):)
walk down the strip and try to keep your jaw off the sidewalk!!! The enormity is overwhelming!!
Fondest memory: The best massage I ever had was at the Spa at the Luxor Hotel. I had been driving for three days on my way to Phoenix from Alberta and my shoulders and my back were so sore. A good massage was just what I needed and it was soooo great. I felt so pampered from the showers(with a different scent in every stall) to the massage to the whirlpool and steam room, I got all that for $55 US. I was so relaxed, and I had one of the best sleeps in my life after that. It seems a strange thing to happen in Vegas of all places but it was sooo fantastic!!
Fondest memory: My birthday dinner. In fact, the whole day. Good grief, now that I think of it, the whole week!! The celebrations just blended together...
Fondest memory: Earlier in the day I was treated to a birthday surprise of the Doubletree Hotel's famous chocolate chip cookies, chocolate dipped strawberries, champagne, red roses and a sweet birthday balloon.
Fondest memory: Here is a group shot of some of us, who had a marvelous lunch at Olive's. We do look well-fed, don't we!
Fondest memory: This is dedicated to my best friend Bobbie who passed away last year pictured here. She was a very special person to me and will always be in my heart.