Rounding Up Vegas

Apart from casinos, bars and restaurants, there are also a large number of amusement and theme parks in Las Vegas. If you are traveling with kids, you might want to spend a day or two at one or more of them.

They are great value for money and the rides cater for kids of all ages and interests. The ones that are within an easy distance of the city center include Big Shot. X-Scream, Skyjump, Adventuredome, The Roller Coaster and the High Roller.

If you fancy a day’s shopping you could lose yourself in the Bonanza Gift Shop, at Caesars Palace, which is supposedly the largest in the world with 40,000 square feet of shop floor.

A trip to the city is not complete without watching the fountain shows of the Bellagio, where music and fountain sprays combine to make an unforgettable spectacle, which is best viewed in the dark as the light show is quite something to behold.

Another great sight to see is the waterfall atrium within the Grand Canal Shoppes. As the name implies, the atrium is home to a man made waterfall that cascades down into a lagoon. Near the Forum Shops at Caesars, you can look at the massive 50,000-gallon aquarium and all its aquatic inhabitants and there are also a number of talking statues and fireworks to enjoy as part of the Atlantis exhibit.

Do make sure you take a ride on one of the city’s many trams because they take you along the routes where you will find a lot to look at and enjoy. You can hop on and hop of at any time and if you fancy a flutter at the casino or on the slots at any time, there are plenty of places to go to. Sin City, it’s a bit of a crazy place, but if you want to try your luck at breaking the bank, then this is definitely the place to be.

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