Around the world, this is known as an adult Disneyland, not the one that was made for families. And yet over the years Las Vegas has worked to broaden its appeal to a wider market that includes families with children of all ages. The energy, the bright lights, the amazing hotels, the shows, the food. But one of the great things about Vegas is there is always something new in town to check out. It’s certainly true that what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas, but some secrets are too good to keep to yourself. There were different kinds of entertainment every inch along the way. Although some of the sights may be very expensive, luckily there are others that are free for everyone. Walking down The Strip of Vegas is the only way to truly feel how big Vegas is. Just remember wear comfortable shoes, The Strip is very, very long! If you get too tired, you can always grab a taxi cab to take you back to your hotel.
We had so much fun just walking up and down the Strip and checking out different hotels and casinos. We didn’t make it in all of the hotels but here are my favorite hotels: Caesar’s Palace I might have a little bias towards this hotel because I love the movie “The Hangover”. It was a blast walking and recalling the naughtiness of Alan, Doug, Phil and Stu. Luckily, we didn’t have any encounters with a tiger or Mike Tyson. Plus, the hotel is spectacular and has an amazing entrance! New York, New York All of the hotels in Vegas are impressive, but this replica of New York City as a hotel is unbelievable! The Empire State Building, Statue of Liberty and the Brooklyn Bridge are just a few of the elements that make this place so cool. Bellagio Simply built white hotel that is appealing to the eye. This hotel is surrounded by luxury shops and in front of all of this is a large pond where they have their famous fountains show.
|Trevi fountain, next to the Trevi restaurant.|
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|Inside The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace - the skies is fake so awesome|
|Bellagio Hot Air Balloon|