THE STRIP, Las Vegas
Walk around through the strip and take in all the sites of the hotels and restaurants. There are outdoor shows,too.
Fondest memory: The Coke Museum and its glass elevator on the outside of the building that you can see the other city-sites through.
You must drive, or take a bus, all the way up and down the whole strip and perferably to North Las Vegas as well (the old casinos on Freemont street) You will have fun trying to tally up the tatoo parlors, wedding chapels and bail bond places! And the lights, it's overwelming.
Fondest memory: When I am away from Las Vegas I miss the feeling of hanging out with 1 million tourists. Tourists are generally a happy, though tired, bunch. The excitement is infectious. I really like hanging out by the outdoor stage at Harrahs. The people are dancing and the music is hot!
Check out the Strip!! Some may think the Strip is too commercial or too crowded, but it certainly a part of Vegas that should be seen. Many of the new hotels are spectacular with so many things to offer - from shows, gourmet restaurants (not just cheap buffets), and some of the best night clubs around.
Fondest memory: The ever present sound of slot machines....
Walk the strip. I know it sounds simple but really that's all you have to do. You will find all kinds of interesting things to get into. In most of the casinos there are some rockin' dance clubs but dress to impress.
Fondest memory: The Luxor (pyramid) was probably my favorite casino. The Egyptian theme is carried out to the max here. If you go make sure to check out the club inside called Ra.
Walk down the strip with your eyes wide open. First timer's will feel like they're in never never land with all the lights and excitement.
Fondest memory: Check out the roller coaster ride at New York, New York, and the ride at the stratoshpere.
Favorite thing: The thing that everyone does in Las Vegas is check out the Strip. This is where everything happens. Even if you don't gamble you can have some fun going from hotel to hotel to see what they have to offer. My favorites were the Mirage, with it's erupting volcano; Caesar's Palace, with it's Forum Shops; Mandalay Bay, with it's tropical atmosphere; and the Venician, with it's Venice canals. Of course, these 'attractions' are all meant to get you in the door, but if you don't let yourself get carried away with gambling you can have lots of fun.
Each of these new huge hotels has everything you can imagine so that thecustomer will not go to the other hotels. It certainly must not work cause the streets clogged with walker almost all day.
We went to Bellagio, Monte Carlo, Flamingo, Paris, Balleys, Treasure Island, Barbary Coast and all of the little places along the way and of course Aladdin
Favorite thing: M&M's is another "theme" on the Strip. Inside you'll find every product you can imagine related to M&M, including over-sized chocolate.
Favorite thing: There's a Harley Davidson Cafe on the Strip with a big motorcycle jumping out of the building, as shown in photo. Just one of the "theme restaurants" in Vegas. Never been inside.
Favorite thing: The famous Las Vegas Strip is a 'National Scenic Byway' and is one of the most recognizable streets in the world.
Walk the main Blvd, You must walk from one end to the other
Fondest memory: Seen the modle of all the european places, Most of Itlalian cities are there.