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Las Vegas is a city in the state of Nevada that is commonly referred to as Sin City. Situated in the midst of the southern Nevada desert landscape, Las Vegas in many ways epitomizes American excess. Giant mega-casino hotels are built almost overnight, decorated with lavish care and attention to create a fantasy-like atmosphere.


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» A Special Memory Wedding Chapel

A Special Memory Wedding Chapel, Las Vegas

Talk about a wedding to remember! The Special Memory Wedding Chapel offers memorable wedding ceremonies in true Las Vegas style: in packages and with Elvis Presley, but minus the grub associated with chapels typically found on the Strip! The chapel is most popular for its famous drive-through weddings, which continue to gather hordes of visitors even today. Visitors wishing to tie the knot should expect all the Las Vegas wedding elements: Elvis impersonator, limousine transportation and more …

» Bellagio Fountains

Bellagio Fountains , Las Vegas

For a romantic evening showered in lights, music, and of course, water, check out the Bellagio Fountains in front of the Bellagio Hotel on the heart of the Las Vegas Strip. With choreographed musical numbers ranging from Andrea Bocelli to Madonna, you'll never see the same show twice. The fountains are set inside of a man-made lake modeled after the Lake Como Resort in Bellagio, Italy. With the old-world elegance of the Bellagio Hotel as its backdrop, the fountains are an impressive display of beauty and technology …

» Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art

Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art, Las Vegas

Just walking into the reception area of the Bellagio Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, you might think you've walked into an art gallery. But the glittering Dale Chihuly glass chandelier that covers the ceiling is just the start. Once you've gotten past the chandelier, head for the Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art, an actual gallery. The exhibit changes annually, giving repeat visitors something new to see each time. The collections on display aren't vast, but they're carefully curated and feature some of the most prominent artists in the world …

» Bellagio Hotel and Casino

Bellagio Hotel and Casino , Las Vegas

Inspired by the beauty of Lake Como and Bellagio, Italy, this Sin City icon is known for putting guests in the lap of luxury. From dancing water fountains to a 2,000 glass flower display by artist Dale Chihuly, this five-star wonder is a picture of elegance in a city that's known for always being a little over the top. With more than 3,000 rooms, 36 floors, a famed poker room and even a private botanical garden, the Bellagio is more than just a place to lay your head after a long day on the slots …

» Black Canyon

Black Canyon, Las Vegas

One of the best ways to experience the Black Canyon and the Colorado River is to take a guided rafting tour led by experienced professionals versed in the local geology, flora, fauna, and folklore. Many tours offer a full day of sightseeing along the calm waters of Lake Mead and the Colorado River, complete with complimentary box lunches and transportation to and from the area. Another popular way to take in the area is via helicopter tours operating out of Las Vegas …

» Bodies: The Exhibition

Bodies: The Exhibition, Las Vegas

You may have seen the traveling show for Bodies: The Exhibition as it came through your city, but if you missed it or would even like to see it again, you'll be pleased to know there's a permanent exhibit in Las Vegas at the Luxor Hotel and Casino. In the Las Vegas Bodies: The Exhibition, more than 200 actual human bodies are on display, having been carefully dissected, preserved and reassembled in order to give us a look at how the human body looks and works …

» Bryce Canyon National Park

Bryce Canyon National Park

Bryce Canyon is the culmination of a series of steplike uplifted rock layers known as the Grand Staircase, stretching north from the Grand Canyon. The park's Pink Cliffs formations are crammed full of wonderful pinnacles, steeples and spires, and weird geological creations called 'hoodoos' sculpted by wind, water and ice. It may be called a canyon, but Bryce is actually more a series of natural amphitheaters formed by erosion over the millennia. The wind and rain have peeled back the sedimentary layers …

» Caesars Palace Hotel & Casino

Caesars Palace Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas

According to Caesars Palace's website, more $1,000,000+ casino slot machine jackpots have been won on the resort's casino floor than in any other casino in the world. Guests can play anything from 1¢ to $500 on traditional reel-type slot machines, video reels machines, video poker games, video blackjack and keno. The resort features several popular table games as well including blackjack, craps, roulette, baccarat, Spanish 21, mini-baccarat, Pai Gow and Pai Gow poker …

» Colorado River

Colorado River

The mighty Colorado River runs from northwestern Mexico through California, Arizona, Nevada, Utah and Colorado. The river is a spectacular sight to see, meandering for 1,447 miles (2,330 km) with red rocks and canyons framing it on both sides, leading up to the Hoover Dam. The Colorado River is one of the major water sources for California and Nevada, and not surprisingly it's a major recreational destination: activities on the river include hiking, biking, rafting and boating …

» Death Valley

Death Valley

Filled with craters, abstract land formations, canyons, mountains and desert, Death Valley isn't considered 'A Land of the Extremes' for nothing. With activities like hiking, biking, camping, or bird watching, you can reconnect with nature like you never have before. The Furnace Creek Area is one of the highlights of Death Valley National Park. The Furnace Creek Area features the Golden Canyon, the Natural Bridge, a massive rock formation spanning across a desert canyon, and the infamous Bad Water …

» Downtown Las Vegas

Downtown Las Vegas

Once the thriving gambling district of Las Vegas, the downtown area used to be the city's busiest locale until the late 1980s, when an entrepreneur gathered the crowds to the Strip - which remains the city's main thoroughfare today. Nevertheless, downtown Las Vegas hasn't been forgotten. For starters, it is now home to the sought-after and historic casinos of Fremont Street, including the Moulin Rouge, the first racially integrated casino-hotel in the city, as well as the Fremont Street Experience …

» Eiffel Tower Experience

Eiffel Tower Experience, Las Vegas

The Eiffel Tower, a monumental tourist draw connected to the Paris Hotel and Casino, offers views of the valley and a chance to dine on the finest French cuisine Las Vegas has to offer. C'est vrai! Enjoy a ride to the top of the Eiffel Tower in a glass elevator. At fifty stories above ground and at a height of 460 ft (140 m), the view is impressive. Once you've reached the observation deck, you'll have a vista of the entire valley and the sights of Sin City …

» Excalibur Hotel & Casino

Excalibur Hotel & Casino , Las Vegas

TOpened in 1990, this re-creation of a medieval castle with its matching interior was a popular draw in its heyday, especially for families. As bigger, brighter and fancier resorts have opened up and down Las Vegas Boulevard, Excalibur has lost a bit of its luster, but it has managed to stand the test of time for those who are time-honored fans or traveling with kids. Though it's a bit rough around the edges, the 100,000-square-foot casino offers several table games and more than 1,700 slot, video poker and video keno machines …

» Flamingo Las Vegas Hotel & Casino

Flamingo Las Vegas Hotel & Casino , Las Vegas

Nothing says laid back quite like Flamingo Las Vegas' 15,000-square-foot Margaritaville Casino. Located within the resort at Flamingo, this marriage between a Las Vegas casino and Jimmy Buffett's Margaritaville brand creates a uniquely fun energy. The casino includes 22 gaming tables, 220 slot machines and the 5 O'Clock Somewhere Bar. Elsewhere in the resort are more than 1,600 other slot machines, including a multi-line two-cent progressive game that is a favorite with guests …

» Fremont Street Experience

Fremont Street Experience, Las Vegas

The Fremont Street Experience chronicles the legendary history of Fremont Street in downtown Las Vegas. Believe it or not, the setting is fairly awe-inspiring. Spanning four entire city-blocks, the Fremont Street Experience is a massive outdoor mall built inside of a barrel vault canopy. Featuring concerts, lights shows, and multiple casinos, it is one of downtown's biggest attractions. Fremont Street housed the first casino in Las Vegas, and you could say that the Fremont Street Experience changed and illuminated Vegas …


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