Las Vegas is truly a 24-hour city where sensory overload is the name of the game. The pulsating pool parties, the overwhelming revues, and the extravagant hotel-provided entertainment seem to blend into one crazy experience. When the heat outside or on the dance floor gets too much, there's always a cool casino at the ready. Reserve a room at one of the Las Vegas hotels on The Strip in advance--you'll want a place to crash after a day and night spent in Las Vegas.
Out and About in Las Vegas
Any trip to Las Vegas should begin with a walk down The Strip. The glitziest hotels and casinos line the street and never go dark. Get an amazing view of the city--and the surrounding mountains--by taking a ride on The High Roller, known as the "world's tallest observation wheel." After a morning spent riding high above the city, head to the downtown area and the Fremont Street Experience. This pedestrian mall has a zip line, light and sound show, and plenty of shops. Experience the lights of Old Vegas before heading back to The Strip and the nightly light and water shows put on by the 5-star hotels in Las Vegas.
Eating and Drinking
Las Vegas buffets are in a class by themselves with world-renowned chefs designing meals of crab legs and lobster tails and dessert tables overflowing with sweets. Or, opt for one of the cheap hotels in Las Vegas and save your budget on an amazing celebrity-chef restaurant. Emeril Lagasse has several locations serving New Orleans cuisine, including Delmonico Steakhouse in the Venetian. The Italian-themed casino is also home to "Cake Boss" Buddy Valastro's Buddy V Ristorante. Fill up on pasta and sauce, then head to the Cake Boss' bakery for a cannoli.
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