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: You can see more Greeting Cards in my Fine Art America galley: Las Vegas greeting cards
I actually took this close-up photo while admiring the beautiful winter decorations at Palazzo, and it is also part of my FAA gallery:
BTW: Have you been at Palazzo before? Whether your answer is yes, or no, be prepared to have your breath taken away… this is what I’ve seen there. – Click to see a larger format in my gallery:
But hey, if you ever decide to come to the “Sin City” this season, it’s not too late – The party goes on and on and I anticipate it will be as glorious as always!
Winter Holidays in Las Vegas – things to do and see
Bellagio Hotel is a busy place at Christmas time. Want to know why? Just take a look at the winter theme at Bellagio Gardens and Conservatory – a wonderland they create every year.
More Winter Decorations in Las Vegas
Las Vegas shops
According to the officials, Christmas Day in Las Vegas is the busiest day of the year. This is because ALL the stores are open! Well, people coming from Canada are used to go shopping the second day of Christmas (Boxing Day), but… Shopping Las Vegas style is different :)
So, maybe now is the time to buy that dream souvenir from a dream place… don’t forget to look for discounts. This is the window display of one of the luxurious stores at the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace
In the anticipation of the New Year’s Eve you can stay warm and watch your favorite stars inside… But the Entertainment in Las Vegas never ends and if you know how to shop you can find some great deals and discounts.
Chinese New Year’s Eve Celebration in Las Vegas
The Chinese New Year in Las Vegas, practically ends the winter season, but the lights and all the decorations will be on.
What else can you do for the winter holidays in Las Vegas
Winter holidays in Las Vegas are for everyone. You can go skating at Cosmopolitan, skiing at Mount Charleston, or have a romantic gondola ride in an authentic Italian gondola at the Venetian hotel.
Whatever you decide to do, I wish you Happy Holidays and I hope you will have a lot of fun! :)