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|The Pool at the Mirage Hotel|
A huge meandering ribbon of blue that zigs and zags thru
the lush foilage greets you as you arrive at the Mirage's outdoor oasis. Service is tops and you've never seen
so many palm trees in the desert. The pool is only available to hotel guests, but trust us, it's worth it
enough to stay here.
Emeril Lagasse strikes again with this incredible steakhouse in the
Venetian Hotel delivering exciting New Orleans-style cuisine with a unique flair.
It's pricey (we mean really pricey), but worth it if you want the best steak you've ever
had. There are also some incredible seafood options.
|Live Pirate Battle|
Starting at 4pm you will find a live battle waged in front of Treasure
Island hotel every 90 minutes. This is one of the most audacious examples of Vegas extreme and thus is a must.
Beware, crowds pack in tight which makes it a haven for pickpocketers.
No, not the sandy kind... The Beach is a fun, casual party joint
for the University crowd and is located across from the Convention Center and Hilton. Nody shots, beer bombs,
and bikini-clad servers are the norm. It has been Voted #1 Night Club in the Las Vegas Review Journal Readers' Poll for
6 years in a row.
The newest addition to the Vegas Strip is the tallest free-standing
observation tower in the U.S.A. The view from the top is spectacular- you'll see all the hotels on the strip
and even out into Vegas suburbia. They've added the world's highest rollercoaster and The Big Shot, a reverse
bungee jump which will shoot you 160 feet into the air at 45 mph and then send you zooming back down. The
tower is open seven days a week from 9am to 1 am.
|The Buffet at the Flamingo|
From cheap and bad to pricey and exotic, Vegas is famous
for its buffets. However, over the past few years the prices have been rising and the quality has
stayed the same, if not declined. The Flamingo is one of the best buffet values on The stip as it is
very reasonably priced and offers above average quality.
|The Water Show at The Bellagio|
The entirely classy Bellagio is fronted by a large lake in
which visitors are treated to a magical fountain show displayed along to classical music. The show is
much more spectacular in the evening with the benefit of lights and happens every 15 minutes starting
at 7pm. The best view is from the "front" of the lake along Las Vegas Boulevard.
|Forum Shops at Caesars|
Located adajacent to the casino, the architecture in this mall is a must see. At the back
of the new annex is the Destruction of Atlantis animatronics show. The story is a brief vignette about
the king attempting to decide the heir to the throne of Atlantis and how the fighting his two
head-strong siblings cause the gods to send Atlantis to the bottom of the ocean. This mall also
houses the World's largest FAO Schwartz toy store.
You didn't think we'd forget did you? It's not a trip to Vegas
without dropping a few quarters in the slots machine. The casinos are open 24 hours a day so there is no excuse
for not stepping into one. Check out our Casino Review and good luck!