LAS VEGAS in a snapshot

LAS VEGAS in a snapshot

I've traveled to Las Vegas several times now and have had several clients travel there too. It's an incredible place and one that doesn't compare to anywhere else. BIG, BOLD, BRIGHT, EXCITING, TIRING, 24/7, NON-STOP are just a few words to describe the place. No matter who you are there is something for everyone. And to think its all in the middle of a desert! On one of my trips to the USA (I'm a ski/Snowboard nut) I added on a side trip with my group to Las Vegas. A few days to check out the sites on our way back from the cold Snow. It's always a hoot! Things we checked out that didn't cost a cent! - Every Casino you can walk through. Feel like you are in France (The Paris), Venice (The Venetian), Rome (Caesars Palace), New York (New York New York) and the list goes on. You can walk through them all as they all have different themes, different shops and of course the gambling is free people watching in itself. - No matter what you feel like to eat, you can get it. Majority of the Casinos have large buffet's as well as smaller boutique restaurants and cafes. My Favourite restaurant is inside the Eiffel Tour at the Paris Casino and Resort. It has amazing views of the Bellagio Fountain as well as the strip and the food is incredible. Even waiting for the Souffle for desert.. Yum! (Hopefully it is still on the menu.) Just make sure you make a reservation for this place as it fills up quick. It is also great for a romantic evening out before maybe seeing one of the several Cirque Du Solei shows on offer or a concert! - If you tire of the Main Strip, then you can head up to the Old part (in a taxi) or by bus. It is a reminder of how Vegas use to be with the smaller casino's and hotels. (Circus Circus - to name one.) Don't just think it is a city of Casinos, as there is so much more to offer "Off the Strip". Shopping, A day Trip to the Grand Canyon, A day at the Speed Race car track just to name a few. And if you want to feel like 'thelma and louise' once you finish in Vegas or even to arrive, take the drive through the desert from Los Angeles. Its about a 4 hour drive on their major highways with a few interesting towns along the way. Have a GREAT trip! Feel free to email me and ask me about Las Vegas or any other trip requirement you may have. Happy Travels Ros

Roslyn Ranse

Caroline Springs

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