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Venetian Hotel Las Vegas – Experience Venice in Nevada

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Venetian Hotel Las Vegas is one of the top attractions on the strip, and it features an amazing Venice, Italy themed design. When visiting the hotel you can imagine for a few seconds that you are actually in Italy… But this is not the point. You are definitely in the city of ALL possibilities :)

Photo: Caesars Palace Fountain on Las Vegas Strip – In The Guinness World Records

Caesars Palace Fountains

The Caesars Palace Fountain in Las Vegas was made famous by 2 motorcycle riders: Evel Knievel with his Triumph on New Year’s Eve, 1967, and Mike Metzger who set a Guinness World Record with a 125-foot long motorcycle jump, in May 4, 2006. Now, I hope you don’t expect to find this kind of activity available on the list

Walking the Las Vegas Strip

Walking Las Vegas Strip

Walking the Las Vegas Strip may be one of the best ways to see and explore this amazing city, full of visual attractions and surprises. As a visitor, I personally want to see everything and take photos of everything! So, if you are like me, or if your visit to Las Vegas this time is limited to the

Winter Holidays in Las Vegas are Grandiose, Luxurious and Fun!

Winter holidays in Las Vegas

This year we are spending the winter holidays in Las Vegas. Where are you spending yours? Wherever you are and will be for this season, I wish you Happy Winter Holidays and a Prosperous New Year! BTW: This image is available a Greeting Card – click on it for more details, see more Las Vegas greeting

7 Reasons to Ride the Las Vegas Monorail

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Las Vegas Monorail is an intriguing apparition in the landscape of this Wide-West City. It goes literally over your head, but it’s so useful! – It is almost the best option for transportation in such a busy place. 7 Reasons why you should ride the Las Vegas Monorail, and schedule. First things first: 1.There are several Monorail like trams

Las Vegas Memorial Day Weekend

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The summer officially started and the Las Vegas Memorial Day Weekend is right here, marking another busy frenetic season in the Sin City :) Las Vegas Memorial Day Weekend – Ready for the Summer Fun? It looks like the this weekend will be a continuous party and fun everyday – the “Biggest Weekend Ever” announces

St. Patrick’s Day 2015 Las Vegas – Good Green Fun

St. Patrick's Day 2015 on Fremont Street Experience, Las Vegas

St. Patrick’s Day 2015 Las Vegas, as expected was exciting and unique, like so many other things in this city :) The funniest thing I’ve seen was the “Welcome to Las Vegas” sign on Las Vegas Strip, which… became green! Those who celebrated St. Patrick’s Day 2015 in Las Vegas could find lots of FREE fun things to

Nevada State Museum Las Vegas – Going back in time

Nevada State Museum - Las Vegas Attractions

Why you should visit the Nevada State Museum in Las Vegas The museum is a very interesting and instructive place to see and a total family friendly attraction. It is a walk in time into the history of Las Vegas and Nevada. You visit two attractions in the same time: Nevada State Museum in Las Vegas

Budweiser Clydesdales at the South Point Casino, Las Vegas

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Last night we watched the Budweiser Clydesdales performing at the South Point Casino arena and equestrian center in Las Vegas. Admission to the event was free, as was the Budweiser beer. I knew them from the TV commercials of this famous American brewery. What a chance that we happened to be here and we could

Las Vegas Chinese New Year 2014 of the Horse

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The Las Vegas Chinese New Year 2014 was an event that I had to celebrate in style, also because I’m under the sign of the Horse. This year it fell on January 31, through February 18. Most people in the US and other parts of the world have no clue to what and when the Chinese