A perfect setting is crucial when you finally pop the question, and fortunately Las Vegas is the king of romantic backdrops. From dimly-lit canals to soaring panoramic views, the city is rife with perfect spots to whip out that ring. And if you suddenly change your mind and decide, for instance, that you’d rather propose in “France” instead of “Italy,” don’t worry; your new location is only about 10 minutes away.
Museums are rarely the first thing to pop into visitors’ mind when they come to Las Vegas, but the town does have its fair share. And just like the city itself, the museums tend to be flashy, unique and a little off the wall. Here are three good options for those who need a break from the casinos, but aren’t quite ready to handle outside air yet.
In a city like Las Vegas where the action never stops, it’s easy to find fun things to do on a first date. Here are a few great places to get acquainted with a new friend.
Viva Las Vegas! Gone are the days of classifying Vegas as merely a gambling destination — it’s a royal flush of world-class everything. When considering which casino to book for your next Vegas experience, keep in mind you’re really selecting a behemoth mega-resort designed for you to never leave the property.
Quick: Name three things that first come to mind when you think of Las Vegas. Fine art, snow skiing and driving a professional race car probably didn’t even make your Top 100. That’s what makes the following activities such rare treats, though remaining uniquely Vegas-like in their execution. Sure, the casinos, restaurants, spas and nightclubs in Sin City are all beyond comparison, but for the more cultured or adventurous, give the following a try.
(COURTESY OF HARRAH’S ENTERTAINMENT & The Las Vegas Review-Journal) Harrah’s Entertainment is considering a retail and entertainment center development in the short thoroughfare that runs from the Strip to Audrie Street between the Flamingo and O’Sheas. The Project Linq […]