Category: Travel Guide

Atomic Testing Museum

At 755 East Flamingo Road in Las Vegas resides one of the more unusual museums that visitors to this wild city can view. Considering that we’re talking about Vegas, that’s saying something. In fact, this museum would be considered unusual anywhere. For at that site is housed The Atomic Testing Museum. Sponsored in large part …

Stratosphere Hotel and Tower Las Vegas

The Stratosphere is not the largest hotel, nor does it have the biggest casino. But it’s got something that is nowhere else in Las Vegas or anywhere else: The Stratosphere Tower. The Tower, as it’s known locally, is 1,149 feet high. At the top is the famed revolving restaurant and entrances to the rides. With …

Star Trek Las Vegas: The Experience

The Star Trek Experience inside the Las Vegas Hilton is one of the more unusual ‘rides’ a visitor can take anywhere, even taking Disneyland into account. While Disneyland offers many a thrilling ride these days, few actually involve live actors that interact with the ‘traveler’ during the ride. This is performance art at its best. …

Las Vegas Shopping

Vegas is naturally associated with gambling. Then came the inexpensive food, in order to get people to stay near the casinos to… gamble. Later came shows to attract people to the casinos to, well, gamble. But Vegas has evolved. Fine restaurants, shows solely for the sake of entertainment and – finally – great shopping has …

Red Rock Canyon Las Vegas

Imagine Las Vegas and you have images of neon lights, casinos and maybe a spectacular show. But Vegas has much more to offer than the expected modern pleasures. Fewer than 20 miles from The Strip is a different kind of spectacular view: Red Rock Canyon. With 1.2 million visitors per year it’s hardly an unknown …

Fremont Street Las Vegas

Every city in America has a main street. Many European cities do, too, but as many of them are round it’s sometimes hard to tell which it is. But that’s not a problem in Las Vegas. Fremont Street is it. Of course, those who walk The Strip will argue. But visit Fremont Street Las Vegas …

Dining in Las Vegas

Not too many years ago, using the word ‘dining’ in relation to Las Vegas would have elicited laughter from any gourmet. True, you could get a steak for $2, but it was barely edible. The ‘all-you-can-eat’ buffets for a few dollars were no better. The cheap food was there, as everyone knew, simply to draw …

Cirque du Soleil Las Vegas

The astounding Cirque du Soleil is an enormous acrobatic act… and so much more. If you have an image of the old time circus with clowns and acrobats, be prepared for a shock. Cirque du Soleil Las Vegas has this, and much more, but in a form that is wildly different. With dozens of artists …

Caesars Palace Las Vegas

One of the oldest hotels in Las Vegas still standing, first opened in August 1966, Caesars Palace has never gone out of style. Recently renovated, it is still the Emperor of the city. With all the changes that the famed desert city has seen over the decades, the attractions at Caesars are still first rate. …

Bellagio Hotel – Las Vegas

Home of the famed Cirque du Soleil show O, the Bellagio Hotel Las Vegas has this and much more to offer the guest. Opened in 1998, this luxury hotel is patterned after a Roman extravaganza, but offers everything for the modern traveler. Sited on the shores of a 10-acre man-made lake, the hotel houses 20 …

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