Tag: Las Vegas Winter

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Tag: Las Vegas Winter

Winter Theme at Bellagio Las Vegas

As I anticipated, the winter theme at Bellagio, Las Vegas was as gorgeous as the other season themes I’ve seen so far at this hotel. I could sense the magic of the white holidays, as soon as I stepped inside. As usual at Bellagio, the Wow starts in the lobby, where the front desk is part

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

Las Vegas Ski and Snowboard Resort Party

Las Vegas Ski Resort - Mt. Charleston

When Las Vegas Ski and Snowboard Resort closes for the season (end of March), the event is celebrated with music, food, drink and fun. I have to admit that I didn’t go to ski, but as a tourist I was curious to see the party :) This is a picture of the Welcome Las Vegas sign at

Year of the Goat Celebration in Las Vegas

Chinese New Year at Bellagio

Year of the Goat Las Vegas I was lucky to come back to Las Vegas right in time to see how my favorite hotel celebrates the Chinese New Year of the Goat. For about 2 months Las Vegas tourists could admire the art of welcoming the new year in the Chinese culture. Four times a year, Bellagio hotel

Las Vegas New Year’s Eve – Ring in the New Year with the Bang!

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Las Vegas New Year’s Eve is one of the top attractions of the world and the Sin City is one of the premier 3 destinations for celebrating the end of the old year and beginning of the new.  Las Vegas New Year’s Eve For the New Year’s Eve more than 300,000 people pack the Strip along Las Vegas Boulevard

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