The City that Never Sleeps
You have heard it said that what happens in Las Vegas stays in Las Vegas. Some things, however, are just too good to keep quiet. With first-class shows starring sensational stars from around the world, the hardest thing to do is decide which show to see first. You might want to attend a musical performance. You can choose between rock legend, Leon Russell and the fabulous Celine Dion. Dozens of other musicians appear nightly in Las Vegas. How about an evening with magician, David Copperfield? For comedy, guests can laugh with masters of comedy, Bill Cosby and Bill Engvall. Brad Garrett, Jerry Seinfeld, Joan Rivers and a host of other hit comics regularly appear on Las Vegas stages. Admission to shows is reasonably priced, leaving guests with plenty of money to try their luck in one of the many casinos that dot the Las Vegas landscape.
Las Vegas area attractions provide family fun!
Grownups aren’t the only ones who can get excited about a Las Vegas vacation. Thrill seekers can visit the Stratosphere Hotel Casino and tower and climb aboard a roller coaster aptly named, “Insanity.” This coaster sits atop a 900 foot tower, high above the Las Vegas Strip. The Arts Factory Las Vegas is a fine place to view exhibits of some outstanding artists from several genres. The Bellagio Conservatory and Botanical Gardens provides a virtual kaleidoscope of colors. Like most other Las Vegas attractions, the Gardens are open around the clock. Go back in time to the days when the Wild West was really wild. Bonnie Springs Old Nevada in an old western town complete with cowboys and cowgirls. The kids can even join a posse to track down the bad guys.
Fun to play, cheap to stay!
Accommodations in Las Vegas are almost unbelievably affordable. Rooms at Circus Circus Hotel, Casino and Theme Park start at an amazing $27.00. With world-class circus acts, a carnival midway and an incredible indoor theme park, you may never want to leave. With onsite casinos and nightly entertainment, you may not have to leave! If dramatic fountains and Corinthian columns allure you, the spectacular Caesars Palace can accommodate you for about $89 per night. These bargain and many others are available right on the Strip. Elect to stay off the strip and save even more. Traveling to Las Vegas mid-week is often the best deal. Weekends tend to be more expensive. On major holidays, particularly New Year’s Eve, the rooms are more expensive. Whenever you go, wherever you stay and whatever you do, the odds are great that everything that happens in Vegas doesn’t stay in Vegas. Some of it just has to be shared.