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.

Circuses, Succulents and Cat Fortunes

There are so many things to see and do in Las Vegas that you would probably need a three month stay to sample all that is on offer.

One of the first stops that you should consider is the Cirque du Soleil, which puts on a staggering eight shows on the Las Vegas main drag – or the strip, as it is called. It is not cheap to watch a show and prices vary depending on the time of day and season. You can also take a backstage tour and the acrobats do put on a free 30 minute show at some of the hotels or outside casinos for promotional purposes if you can’t afford to go who hog.