Las Vegas is known as the Entertainment Capital of the World … and with good reason. There’s always loads of fun a-bubbling in this dynamic desert city, whether your thing is nightlife or day life.
Why not start your taste of excitement by enjoying the view of the Las Vegas strip? Hope you’re not afraid of heights because the most unique way to see Vegas is from the top of the High Roller observation wheel, which rises a breathtaking 550 feet above the earth. (But don’t worry — the pods are all enclosed.)
Another high flying Vegas favorite is zipline rides and there’s a new one in town these days. Slotzilla takes you zooming above the crowds at the Fremont Street Experience “comfortably” seated or horizontally, à la Superman.
If you prefer the thrills and chills of recreational shopping, head to Downtown Summerlin, a complex that brings together world class fashion, a farmers’ market, fitness, entertainment and tons more, all under one air conditioned roof.
Whichever activity has helped you work up an appetite, you should be just about ready to try one of Sin City’s celebrity chef dining experiences. What’ll it be … Giada – The Restaurant, featuring Cal-Italian fusion cuisine by the glamorous Giada de Laurentiis (with vegan and gluten-free options), or a spicily casual venue, Guy Fieri’s Vegas Kitchen and Bar?
Following a delightful dinner, check out the spectacular Purple Reign – The Prince Tribute Show, featuring all the funky hits by the Artist Formerly Known As … Afterward, the night is still young — time to head to the brand new (and enormous) Caesars Nightclub for some Vegas-style partying.
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