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Overview Of Las Vegas Buffets

By: Michael McDougall Since the first buffet opened at the El Rancho in the early 1940’s (all-you-can-eat, for a dollar, from midnight through 5:00am), there have been Buffets in Las Vegas. Over the years the buffets have evolved and improved their offerings. There are now over 40 hotels in Las Vegas that offer buffets, and […] Posted • Sep 3, 2014 • by • in Las Vegas Travel Tips

Top 10 Things to do in Las Vegas, Nevada

By: Harry Las Vegas, Nevada is a high-rolling city full of bright lights and double downs. It is the gambling capital of the United States, but there is also much more to do in Las Vegas. The city is full of attractions and events the will delight and entertain the whole family. 1. Lied Discovery […] Posted • Jul 30, 2014 • by • in Las Vegas Travel Tips

Top 4 Las Vegas Buffets – Tips and Reviews of the Absolute Best Buffet Dining in Las Vegas Resorts

By Greg Parsons Las Vegas buffets originated in the late 1940’s as a way for Las Vegas casinos and hotels to attract visitors for for staying and gambling in their casinos. The hotel/casinos treated their buffets as a loss leader, willing to trade the small buffet losses for massive profits on the gambling divisions of […] Posted • Jul 2, 2014 • by • in Las Vegas Food & Drinks

Hotel Choices in Las Vegas

By Simone Northrop Las Vegas Vacations allow visitors to explore one of Nevada’s most populated cities. Tucked into the beautiful scenery of Clark County, the city is filled with gorgeous nature surroundings. This city is in the middle of the arid Mojave Desert. It is commonly called The Entertainment Capital of the World. This title […] Posted • Apr 16, 2014 • by • in Las Vegas Hotel Casino

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 • Apr 2, 2014 • by • in Las Vegas Travel Tips

My Fragrance Voyage – The Palazzo Las Vegas – A Review

By Lawrence Johnson Jr It soars 642 feet above the famous Las Vegas Strip. Within its 53 floors, it houses 3000 ultra-posh suites, the world’s most luxurious retail establishments and the chicest restaurants. It also offers the best entertainment in the West. Even its name symbolizes ultimate luxury; its English translation is palace. I must […] Posted • Mar 26, 2014 • by • in Las Vegas Travel Tips

Circus Circus Is Fun For The Whole Family!

Circus Circus Hotel and Casino Las Vegas Photo by Devon Hocker By Delores Robinson Over the years, Las Vegas has worked hard to change it’s image from a rough and rowdy gambling town run by the Mob to a more family friendly place. It appears that even the Syndicate “gets it” and realized there’s more money […] Posted • Feb 26, 2014 • by • in Las Vegas Accommodations

Grand Canyon Skywalk – Why You Can’t Use Your Camera

By Keith Kravitz The Skywalk’s 10-foot deck is made up of six layers of Saint-Gobain Diamant low iron glass and DuPont SentryGlas. Dropping your camera will damage the glass. The rule also extends to camcorder and cell phones. Additionally, you will be asked to wear fabric shoe covers prior to stepping onto the Skywalk, which […] Posted • Feb 26, 2014 • by • in Las Vegas Travel Tips

The Aria Buffet – The New Kid in Town – Great Resort But Is the Buffet Up to Scratch?

By Silvana Nucciola The ambiance is outstanding if you like modern, bright and airy! The resort is beautiful. Huge and modern is the key here. But the all-you-can-eat restaurant here, no matter how huge it is, has, so far, failed to meet its expectations in terms of flavors. Overall, in terms of quality of dishes, […] Posted • Jan 14, 2014 • by • in Las Vegas Food & Drinks

Great Travel Tips – Las Vegas Hotel Reservations

By Riley Harcourt Located in Nevada, Last Vegas is the second most popular city in the world. Offering entertainment, casinos, galleries, museums and amusement parks, the city enjoys a lot of activity all through the year. It is, however, a well-known fact that those who enjoy parties and gambling and amusement at their best, know […] Posted • Dec 31, 2013 • by • in Las Vegas Travel Tips

Las Vegas: A guide to casinos of Las Vegas

By: Orson Johnson Whoever has heard of Las Vegas, automatically terms it together with the word gambling; and yes they go hand in hand. Las Vegas is known as one of the casino capitals of the world today with some of the biggest names and hotels found rights here on the Las Vegas strip. Each […] Posted • Dec 17, 2013 • by • in Las Vegas Hotel Casino

Las Vegas Hotels – Choosing Your Hotel Location

By Mairead Foley Las Vegas is not short on hotels, in fact it has hundreds of them and most are huge! Las Vegas actually boasts some of the biggest and most iconic hotels in the world like; The Venetian Hotel, the Bellagio Hotel and Caesars Palace to name a few. Vegas is a busy destination […] Posted • Dec 10, 2013 • by • in Las Vegas Accommodations

Top 7 Family Friendly Las Vegas Hotels

By Alison Lapsley With some of the biggest, brightest and most extravagant hotels in the world, its difficult to know which are the most family friendly Las Vegas hotels. Undoubtedly, the Strip is the place to be, with most of the action and bright lights at the southern end, which is also closer to the […] Posted • Nov 5, 2013 • by • in Las Vegas Accommodations

The Best Restaurant in Las Vegas By Far!

By Chris Wilcox If you have ever been to Las Vegas, or are even thinking about going there, you know that there are a million places to eat. Pretty much everything you could think of under the sun to eat can be found somewhere on the Vegas Strip. As a veteran of Las Vegas and […] Posted • Oct 15, 2013 • by • in Las Vegas Food & Drinks

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