Las Vegas, NV
Billed as the "Fremont Street Experience," this mostly involves walking the length of downtown Las Vegas's Fremont Street while zipliners zoom overhead and the domed ceiling explodes in psychedelic patterns to the beat of Pat Benatar songs. There are elderly Elvis impersonators the color of Tan Mom, there are middle-aged tourists in cargo shorts drinking tall boys wrapped in paper bags, there are street artists and live bands and random costumed dancers and 99-cent fried Twinkies. There are also a dozen or so awesome bars and restaurants, check out my Downtown Vegas guide for those.
451 E Bonanza Rd, Las Vegas
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3300 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas
This restaurants ambience is reuined by the sound of the slot machine which are right next to it. I just ignored it, but then was again disapointed with the food. For how much it…
5051 Duke Ellington Way, Las Vegas
This is part of my timeshare and it's a great location. Off the strip, but with extra amenities like kitchen, pool, jacuzzi. Lots of parking, easy to get in and out of.
2101 Texas Star Ln, Las Vegas
This laid-back Texas-style speakeasy was inspired by the San Antonio Dancing and Social Club in operation during the Prohibition.
3570 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas
I went with my friend to the Venus Salon. She was having her roots done. We arrived for her 12:30 appointment and one of the stylist started to work on her hair. After putting…
3475 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas
I stayed there last weekend...never again :( While internet service is included in their resort fee they fail to mention anywhere that it is wired only, no wifi. When I told the…
Bellagio. Whether you're staying at the Bellagio or not, you must take a few minutes to stop and watch the famous fountains--they dance to music every 15 or 30 minutes, depending on the day/time. But if you really need to impress someone, reserve a Strip-facing king corner suite at this artpiece of a hotel. Put a bottle of champagne on ice, take a bubble bath for two in the enormous tub looking out over all of Las Vegas, and watch the famous Bellagio fountains erupt against the backdrop of Paris' Eiffel Tower together. You'll find it hard to leave the room, but at least venture down to the pool for a piña colada and a dip, and maybe to Olives restaurant for the spring pea mezzaluna. … read more