earliest history, Las Vegas has been a top showcase for the world's
top entertainers, and a mecca for high rollers with plenty of
cash to spend at some of the world's most famous casinos.
On the must-do list, of course, includes the royal treatment inside Caesar's Palace, a gondola ride at The Venetian, and daily free entertainment at the dancing fountains of The Bellagio (hours are from 3:00 PM to 8:00 PM Monday through Friday and every 15 minutes from 8:00 PM to midnight.)
And, of course, no trip to Las Vegas would be complete without a photo-op in front of the iconic "Wecome to Fabulous Las Vegas" sign (located on Las Vegas Blvd. South across from the Bali Hai Golf Club.)
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The Vegas strip, with stops at The Paris Las Vegas for a trip up the Eiffel Tower, the royal treatment at
Caesar's Palace, a gondola ride at The Venetian, and free entertainment at The Bellagio's dancing fountains.
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More about Las Vegas casinos & tourist attractions around the Web:
The official Vegas travel site with information on casinos, entertainment, tours and more. Stop at their Vegas Guide for insider tips or book your vacation onsite.
- Las Vegas - The expert guide to the city and nearby
attractions with information on side trips along with major attractions,
hotels, restaurants and shopping.
Vegas Leisure Guide - The total package with maps, transportation info,
where to stay and what to see, including news and updates on current shows, and
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