Okay, you are in Las Vegas and you want something that will help relax and have that feel good, glad I came here touch. Then look no further than downtown Las Vegas on Fremont Street. High above the... more
Twice nightly, the Venetian holds "Winter in Venice" holiday parade and light show. Line up early - you will want to see this! The light show is against the buildings themselves and will totally... more
Visit a Secret Garden and you will find some animals who are listed as endangered on the Red List of Threatened Species.
You will learn that White tigers are not a subspecies or albinos, they are a... more
Located on the Bellagio Hotel & Casino grounds, is the Bellagio Fountains. This is perhaps the most visited fountain in the whole of Las Vegas. The combination of water, music and lights at the... more
Update~they have closed this exhibit. Yet, the lions did move onto:
Lion Habitat Ranch
382 E. Bruner Ave.
Henderson, NV 89183
Location: About 10 minutes south of the Vegas Strip near M... more
Caesars Palace is a luxury hotel and casino and one of the classier Vegas hotels with impeccable design and service.
Hotel is well laid out and has beautiful marble hallways. It has 3,960 rooms in... more
Great location on the Strip - just off I-15 (Spring Mountain exit). Pedestrian bridges to the Fashion Show Mall (Bloomingdales, Macy's, Nordstrom...) and to the Venetian. Adjacent to the Mirage. Rooms... more
The Hoover Dam is super close to LV. It is only about a 30 min drive. If you have about 4 hours in the middle of your day I would highly suggest taking a drive to hoover dam. You can take a tour of... more
The Stratosphere Tower is the best place to see Las Vegas short of a helicopter ride. If you are a guest of the hotel access is free tonthebobservation deck. All other adults is $18 unless you are... more
Located inside the Paris Hotel Casino is a beautiful replica of Alexander III Bridge. The bridge is the entrance to the elevator that takes you inside and up the the Eiffel Tower Experience. It is... more
In Las Vegas, all the cities... I mean, hotels, do care about gardens and pool areas. The weather is aggressive, and the air-conditioning is not all.
Several pools and water games, open all the... more
With the Strip expansion in the 1990s, downtown Las Vegas began to suffer. The Fremont Street Experience (FSE) was built in an effort to draw tourists downtown. While greatly slowing the decline, it... more
My first Cirque du Soleli experience was the show called Mystere. We paid approx. $100 for a ticket but it was something that I really wanted to do.
We saw the show at Treasure Island. The theatre was... more
While staying at the Encore, I wanted to explore the amenities the hotel had to offer. So I ventured to where the Spa is located. Decorated in an Oriental and Moroccan theme, the spa is opulent and... more
The hotel is nice and modern. You do not need to walk through the noisy casino to get in and out...
Do not miss the Wine tower in Aureole restaurant.
It located at the far South of the Strip, but... more
Update, Sadly the Sahara has closed and everything it had has been auctioned off:(
Located in Sahara Hotel & Casino , this is a great place to take the kids or the kid in ever adult especially if... more
This hotel looks outdated and old but it's a good place to stay if you want to go to Las Vegas on a budget.
It's location on the South end of the Strip (opposite MGM & New York New York) is pretty... more
New York - New York Hotel & Casino architecture is meant to evoke the New York City skyline (towers like the Empire State Building and the Chrysler Building, a 150 ft tall (46 m) replica of the Statue... more
Boulder City is the Gateway to lake mead and the hoover dam, US Route 93 passes by here going to Arizona and although the City itself is small, it has some attractions and is just one of the two areas... more
Right next to the MGM there are a couple of pretty massive logo stores worth checking out. The Coca-Cola store has everything you could ask for with the Coke design. M&M World is four floors of candy... more
We took one-day trip to the Grand Canyon's West Rim. We had a short 15 minute stop for pictures at the Hoover Dam and a comfort stop at Arizona Gateway then onto the Grand Canyon via the Joshua Tree... more
The Bellagio Conservatory is beautifully and elaborately decorated for the Christmas holidays. Christmas 2012 had polar bears made from carnations, a chocolate village circled by a train with a camera... more
Circus Circus is now one of the Old timer Casino Complexes in the Strip and is suffering due to the significantly less foot traffic at the northern end of the Strip, It might go belly up in the way of... more
Visit this AAA Five Diamond Award-winning luxury hotel and casino on the Las Vegas Strip.
Bellagio's casino features a variety of slots, table games, and Race & Sports Book wagering to the World... more
Nobody gets bored in Las Vegas, which is designed to keep you entertained, satisfied, and distracted from the real world outside its glittering borders. It has become a premier shopping...
Nobody gets bored in Las Vegas, which is designed to keep you entertained, satisfied, and distracted from the real world outside its glittering borders. It has become a premier shopping destinations with high-end malls such as Grand Canal Shoppes at Venetian Hotel - Casino, Las Vegas or The Forum Shops at Caesar's Palace, Las Vegas.
Dine at superstar chef outlets like Emeril Lagasse or the contemporary, lavish interpretation of all-you-can-eat The Buffet at Wynn. At night, check out a hot spot such as XS at or a Cirque du Soleil production. If you can snag tickets for a headliner like Garth Brooks or Céline Dion, you're in for a treat.
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las vegas is located in a valley in the mohave desert. in 1844 the explorer john fremont, (fremont street) came to the valley when it was still part of mexico. the town of las vegas was established in...
Las Vegas has a population of 583,800 (the population of the Las Vegas metropolitan area is around 1,951,000) and bills itself as The Entertainment Capital of the World, and is famous world wide for...