More of my tips on Las Vegas! For the restaurants I recommend, hop on over here.
I haven’t seen a lot of shows due to the cost. But for my birthday one trip, we decided to try Penn & Teller. It was really fun, and I recommend it!
Now, I am have some geekiness about the history of the Titanic. Yes, it was spurred by the movie, but I was 15 when it came out, can you blame me? After seeing that movie, I started to read up on the actual history, and watching more documentaries on it. This exhibit [which sadly no pictures are allowed in] was interesting and a little emotional – you get to see relics from people who were on the ship and learn some of the stories of the passengers. I highly recommend it!
Stay with me on this. I hadn’t played Bingo in a hall before, but I went with a group of my girlfriends to play on a Sunday, and it was actually really fun. We all thought we could handle multiple sheets at once because one girl had done it before, and bought this many. So we all followed. It was a mistake. Bingo is hard. But it was fun! We had a good laugh for a few hours. XD
So when MH and I go to Las Vegas, sometimes we splurge and go to a strip club. It’s the most spendy that we get. ;) Our favorite so far is the Sapphire club, because we can get cushy comfy seats. That’s important. Also they have some packages to get front of line, and VIP seats [the cushy ones]. Again, this is a splurge, but it’s Vegas! Sometimes you gotta.
5. Just walk around!
If the weather permits, people watching and walking around the strip is an event in itself. I’ve seen some interesting people and things take place on the streets, especially at night. Some good viewpoints would be in front of the Bellagio, or if you want to stay inside, inside the shopping area of Ceasar’s Palace.
That’s all! Do you have a favorite activity in Las Vegas?