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Las Vegas – Fremont Street

By: Roger Thompson 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 […] Posted • Apr 16, 2013 • by • in Las Vegas Travel Tips

Frugal Travel Tips For Las Vegas Dining

By: Kimber Chin Las Vegas dining is world renown. Casinos compete with each other to provide the best dining option from the high end to the buffet to the too-good-to-be-true deals. In this article, we will explore some of the dining options for the frugal traveler. Ellis Island $4.95 Steak Special For $4.95, diners at […] Posted • Mar 4, 2013 • by • in Las Vegas Travel Tips

Las Vegas – Caesars Palace

Caesars Palace Marquee Las Vegas (c) Knarl Stuart

By Roger Thompson 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 […] Posted • Feb 25, 2013 • by • in Las Vegas Hotel Casino

My Las Vegas Review

By Kerry Mann Recently I took ten days off and went to Las Vegas! This was my sixth trip there in the last three years In the last 6 visits I think I have found out some great places to eat gamble and sleep- So I am posting this as my official Las Vegas Review. […] Posted • Jan 14, 2013 • by • in Las Vegas Travel Tips

Las Vegas Golf Tips

By: Edwin Shackleford Trying golf and looking for that perfect hot green spot to visit and swing that club on? Perhaps you are looking for Las Vegas; an excellent environment for beginners and professionals alike. Las Vegas is known for its wonderful golf courses. To date, there are at least 40 golf courses offering the […] Posted • Jan 6, 2013 • by • in Las Vegas Travel Tips

Review of New York New York Hotel and Casino

By Adel Awwad New York New York Hotel & Casino is located in Las Vegas, Nevada. A visit to this casino is close to an actual visit to New York City, complete with the Statue of Liberty and the Brooklyn Bridge. This resort facility replicates the New York skyline, including the Empire State Building. The […] Posted • Dec 23, 2012 • by • in Las Vegas Hotel Casino

Las Vegas Cirque Shows?

By: Joan Ewart Want to see the real Las Vegas Cirque Shows? If imitation is the highest form of flattery, then Cirque du Soleil has surely arrived as even Barnum and Bailey have tried to pull off a copycat show. If you can’t get to Vegas you may want to see one of these imitators […] Posted • Dec 9, 2012 • by • in Las Vegas Travel Tips

Las Vegas – A City Guide

By Nivedita Balamurugan  Introduction Las Vegas is the most populated city in Nevada, United States. The city was founded in the first decade of the 20th century, and is a major vacation, shopping, and gambling destination. The center of gambling in the US, Las Vegas is sometimes called Sin City due to the popularity of […] Posted • Nov 11, 2012 • by • in Las Vegas Travel Tips

Outdoor, Off Strip And Theme Weddings In Las Vegas

By Abby Winthrop A Las Vegas wedding is not limited to indoors, there are several outdoor, off strip and even themed weddings for just about every couple who plan to get married in style. You can hold your dream wedding anywhere in the great outdoors of Southern Nevada. Take your pick from any of the […] Posted • Oct 21, 2012 • by • in Las Vegas Wedding

Seeing Las Vegas on a Budget

By Asia Foote Those who are planning their vacations in Las Vegas, will be surprised at how budget-friendly this place can be. There are great Las Vegas Hotels in this destination. Many of these are reasonably priced. There are also many wonderful activities and attractions found in this city. Many of these are free to […] Posted • Sep 30, 2012 • by • in Las Vegas Travel Tips

Las Vegas Desert Tours

By: Steve Valentino Las Vegas has been one of the main tourist destinations of the world, as it is known as the “Entertainment Capital of the World.” This city is popular for its casinos and nightclubs along with some major tourist attractions such as the Grand Canyon, Hoover Dam and Lake Mead. Las Vegas is […] Posted • Sep 23, 2012 • by • in Las Vegas Travel Tips

The Most Luxurious Las Vegas Hotels

By Kenneth I. Snare There seems to be no end to luxurious hotels in Las Vegas. They’re a town that sees a tremendous amount of money changing hands at the casinos so naturally the hotels try to top each other in order to attract the most number of gamblers. The winners tend to spend a […] Posted • Sep 2, 2012 • by • in Las Vegas Hotel Casino

Bellagio Hotel Las Vegas Overview – Find Out Why Bellagio is the Definition of Luxury!

By Nadav Snir The Bellagio Hotel Las Vegas is one of the most famous resorts in the world. It’s a 3.5 star luxury establishment that caters to both casual and business travelers, and has a bit of a historical flare that trendy travelers can appreciate. You can see great views of the city from the […] Posted • Feb 15, 2012 • by • in Las Vegas Hotel Casino

Las Vegas Nevada – A Vacation to Remember

By Travis Mann Las Vegas, Nevada, also known as Sin City, is not the ideal getaway for someone who is looking for a relaxing vacation or time to catch up on some much needed rest as I recently discovered. For those, like me, who are looking for excitement, fun, and an unforgettable time, then Vegas […] Posted • Jan 18, 2012 • by • in Las Vegas Travel Tips

Tips For First-Timers To Las Vegas

By: Dave Kitt When visiting Las Vegas for the first time it can be quite overwhelming. The following tips can help you enjoy your vacation and relieve unwanted stress. Before You Leave – Book As Much As You Can Online Las Vegas is an extremely busy place. The last thing you want is to plan […] Posted • Jun 21, 2011 • by • in Las Vegas Travel Tips

Venetian Resort Hotel

By Dennis Estrada The Venetian Resort Hotel Casino, or just The Venetian Hotel for shorter words, tends to be one of the most popular luxurious hotels that are located in Las Vegas. People tend to come here all the time for various reasons. It is located on the main strip of Las Vegas so you […] Posted • Jun 21, 2011 • by • in Las Vegas Hotel Casino

What Is The Las Vegas Strip?

By: Kenneth I. Snare The infamous Las Vegas Strip is a four mile section of the road leading though where some of the world’s largest hotels, casinos and resorts are located. The Strip is all glitter and show. At the north end of the Strip, one will find the Stratosphere with Mandalay Bay heading up […] Posted • Jun 21, 2011 • by • in Las Vegas Travel Tips

Honeymooning In Las Vegas

By: Abby Winthrop Choosing an ideal place for your honeymoon is one of the best parts of planning a wedding. For couples planning a Las Vegas wedding the post is even sweeter because not only is Las Vegas “The Wedding Capital” it is an ideal spot for honeymooners. If you are like the many couples […] Posted • Jun 21, 2011 • by • in Las Vegas Wedding

Las Vegas The Luxury City

By: Joel Noah Though a bit heavy on the neon, Las Vegas is a true feast for the eyes. The skyline is amazing, with all of the sparkling lights and massive shapes competing for attention. Every hotel is striving to top the next one with its own unique theme, majestic entrances, rollicking casinos, delectable restaurants, […] Posted • Jun 21, 2011 • by • in Las Vegas Travel Tips

Be Mesmerized by the Bellagio Fountains – Cheap Flights to Las Vegas

By Amber Stemme Everyone who watched the last scene of the blockbuster movie Ocean’s 11 would remember the amazing sight of the famous Bellagio Fountain. How many times did you imagine standing in front of it like George Clooney or Brad Pitt did in the movie? Imagine no more as you can avail of Las […] Posted • Jun 21, 2011 • by • in Las Vegas Hotel Casino

Las Vegas – City Of Dreams

By: Roger Thompson Las Vegas, City of Dreams made real. Once upon a time there was gambling and top-notch musical entertainment. Now there’s that and a whole lot more. Now you can visit Vegas and never want to leave. Many have. Las Vegas was one of the fastest growing cities in the U.S. for over […] Posted • Jun 21, 2011 • by • in Las Vegas Travel Tips

Las Vegas Weddings – Find Out More About Las Vegas Wedding

By: Holly Stevens The most heavily populated city in Nevada, Las Vegas is considered not only as a major vacation and shopping destination but also the center of gambling in the United States. Although it is often called Sin City because of legalized gambling and prostitution, availability of alcoholic beverages, and various forms and degrees […] Posted • Apr 15, 2011 • by • in Las Vegas Wedding

Las Vegas – A Beginners Travel Guide

By Benson Senator This article was created to help anyone who is thinking about going to Las Vegas for the first time. It will help make the proper decisions from finding hotels to how what the city has to offer the entire family. Las Vegas is one of the most exciting tourist destinations in the […] Posted • Apr 15, 2011 • by • in Las Vegas Travel Tips

Las Vegas Travel Guide – 9 Things to Do After Midnight That You Haven’t Thought Of

Las Vegas Blvd. South, Las Vegas - night photo (c) Knarl Stuart

By Jeff Terrozas Here are 9 Items (not in any particular order) Flamingo Hotel Wildlife Habitat This exhibit is open all night and is free. You can lazily walk numerous mini-trails through the exhibit and watch the Flamingos and Koi Fish in a relaxed pleasant atmosphere. Be careful though. It is rumored the ghost of […] Posted • Apr 15, 2011 • by • in Las Vegas Travel Tips

Finding Discounts on Las Vegas Hotels

Golden Nugget Hotel & Casino Las Vegas

By Ezekiel Phippen One of the most famous cities in the USA, Las Vegas presents its tourists with casinos, shopping, entertainment and gambling. Luring millions of tourists year after year, Las Vegas also accommodates its tourists according to their budgets, whether high or low. Getting yourself a cheap hotel in Las Vegas can be done […] Posted • Apr 15, 2011 • by • in Las Vegas Travel Tips