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What to do in Vegas, Las Vegas, Nevada

 
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lindamura's pictureby lindamura review
added on 6th of March, 2008
Vegas, Baby! Vegas!

Las Vegas
is situated in the lower part of the state of Nevada and sits in the center of the Mojave Desert, who would have guessed to find in the desert, a city of lights, and all you can eat buffets, casinos and the ultimate city of entertainment.

The skyline of Vegas is an eclectic array, dreamed up by the moguls of the fabulous theme hotels, you'll see an Ancient Pyramid, the Statue of Liberty, a few blocks down the Eiffel Tower and an exploding volcano.

The Strip, the 31/2-mi stretch of Las Vegas Boulevard South between Russell Road and Sahara Avenue, is the heart of Las Vegas.

Downtown Las Vegas is the nostalgic part of Las Vegas with brightly lit and sparkly neon signs that illuminate the night sky. It’s only fit that the first neon sign was lit here in 1929. The famous cowboy neon sign stands here and this stretch is also home to the Binion’s Hotel & Casino that holds the infamous World Series of Poker event.

Just be prepared to rise at noon and feast on endless amounts of food at 3am. Vegas is about fun. As they say, "What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas. So live it up in Vegas!"
 

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Las Vegas History

Las Vegas, NV, USSpaniards were the ones who gave Las Vegas its name, and they used the water from the area while they headed west and north from Texas on the Old Spanish Trail.  During the 1800s, parts of the valley had artesian wells in them that supported the extensive areas of meadows, which is how Las Vegas got its name, as vegas means meadows in Spanish. On May 3, 1844, John C. Frémont went to the valley of Las Vegas while the area was still a part of Mexico. Frémont was the leader of an observer, scout, and scientist group of the United States Army Corps of Engineers.  After the annexation, Brigham Young sent 30 missionaries from the Church of... Read more »

 
 
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Recent reviews for Las Vegas

Best clubs in Las Vegas - Jun 25, 2008, by mohds2
Las Vegas, it is a town that really never sleeps. No doubt, there are enjoyable things to be done in the daytime, but in the evening, things are reversed. Las Vegas is always notorious for starting new disco bars and celebration centers. As... Read more »

Enjoy yourself in Las Vegas, NV - Feb 27, 2009, by MadSuh
Las Vegas is one of the best places to visit. It's one of the few destinations that offer a little bit of everything as well as a lot of extras. Besides all the gambling that people think of, there are a ton of other things to do. Whether... Read more »

Las Vegas, the Casino City - Feb 22, 2006, by travelgrove-editor
Las Vegas is situated in the lower part of the state of Nevada and sits in the center of the Mojave Desert, who would have guessed to find in the desert, a city of lights, and all you can eat buffets, casinos and the ultimate city of... Read more »

How Vegas became the Gambling Capital - Jun 25, 2008, by mohds2
Las Vegas is in the western region of the United States and it is situated in the state of Nevada. The Spanish word 'Las Vegas' means 'The Meadows' in English and was at first found in the 1829 by the group of explorers led by Antonio... Read more »

Not only the casinos! - Jun 25, 2008, by mohds2
Las Vegas is the biggest capital city in Nevada as well as the most famous for its nightclubs, such as the Grand Canyon, the Hoover Dam, and the Lake Mead. Because of these superb and dazzling features, this capital is one of the most... Read more »

 
 

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