1. Hotels and Restaurants
Las Vegas is one of the only destinations in the world where you can spend your entire day visiting restaurants. I spent the whole day hopping from one hotel to another, enjoying each hotel s unique design, themes, and food. Each hotel is like a mini world of its own, with bars, casinos, and rides. I enjoyed the Bellagio Hotel and Casino the most. The hotel has the famous and most spectacular Bellagio Fountains, a choreographed water show with light andsound. It has several shopping levels and a vast gaming floor. It also hosts the Bellagio Conservatory and Botanical Gardens and the Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art. I spent a whole day there.
Las Vegas remains unbeaten in having the best luxurious casinos and the highest jackpots. Las Vegas is one of the few states in the US where gambling is legal. With this in my mind, I spent some time learning a few things about gambling. Las Vegas has options for beginners and the pros of betting. For instance, I tried the musical slot machines that did not require much time to learn all the rules. If you are into serious gaming, poker tournaments and cash games run 24/7. Game while you enjoy a glass of wine and spend your night surrounded by glamour and entertainment.
I was curious to put a meaning to ‘Sin City. It is incredible how the city comes to life when the sun sets. I would gladly sleep through the day, so I could hop from one club or casino to another. You are free to dress in anything, and girls get free drink vouchers in most bars and clubs. I enjoyed each unique club experience, but Omnia at Caesars Palace topped my list.
4. Vegas Shows
I find the shows in Las Vegas exceptional and pocket-friendly. There are several live shows to choose from. I love comedy shows, and one of my favorites is the Jokesters Comedy Club that features comedy stars from famous TV shows in Comedy Central, HBO, The Tonight Show, among others. The show has local up and upcoming comedians for people like me who like fresh jokes.
5. Nostalgic History
Las Vegas arguably has the most exciting history. There is always a museum to feed your curiosity on glamorous stars that visited the Strip and organized crime gang members who ran the first Las Vegas Casinos. I visited Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum to see classic Vegas regulars Elvis and Sinatra and modern Drake and Miley Cyrus. They have a funny exhibit on the hit blockbuster movie The Hangover starring Bradley Cooper.