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Q: Las Vegas places to see ( Answered,   0 Comments )
Subject: Las Vegas places to see
Category: Arts and Entertainment > Restaurants and City Guides
Asked by: out4air-ga
List Price: $10.00
Posted: 17 Jul 2006 11:58 PDT
Expires: 16 Aug 2006 11:58 PDT
Question ID: 747115
We want to know the absolute best places to see in Las Vegas, we have
very little time and want to know what is a don't miss kind of place
or thing to do while we are there.
Subject: Re: Las Vegas places to see
Answered By: jdb-ga on 17 Jul 2006 15:21 PDT

I am responding to your question regarding what are the best places or
things to do in Las Vegas. Provided below are sites that give the top
rated attractions that are reviewed by travlers. These sites give you
information on where to eat, bars, gambling, shows and the top
attractions. The sites that seem to be the most helpful are ones that
include user's reviews which give an honest opinion of their
experience and what you can expect.

This site has travelers rate different attractions in Las Vegas.
Reviews by travels discuss the top ten restaurants, places to stay,
attractions. There are photos, maps etc. Below are some reviews and
here is the web site for the home page:

Bellagio's Fountains

"Experience the most ambitious, commanding water feature ever
conceived! Bellagio's world-famous fountains will speak to your heart
with opera, classical and whimsical music while flirting with your
playful nature through their carefully choreographed movements. You'll
be swept away by this breathtaking union of water, music and light."

Memorable and free

Not a bad view to be had!

What a beautiful sight! The singing/dancing waters of the Bellagio
fountain was so well worth the trip. I could have stood there all
evening and watched it over and over again.

To really enjoy the fountain, go after dark. Wow! Don't miss this one.";_ylt=AgpzjEtZbnkP93RLw5Oxt3qPFmoL#44

Gondola Rides at the Venetian

"The gondola ride at the Venetian was truly as close to Venice as you
can get. Our gondolier, Daniel, was actually from Italy and sang to us
in Italian. Try to go when it's not too busy, then you can get a
private gondola for the price of a group (4 person - $15 per person)"

"The Gondola Ride was recommended by a Vegas guide. We loved it. The
experience was well worth the price. Our Gondolier sang Dino's "That's
Amore" and other tunes as we kissed under the bridges. We wanted to
ride again as soon as we finished. Will definitely recommend this
attraction to all our family and friends."

"Taking the gondola ride was one of the highlights of my life. This
was really a wonderful experience, and anybody who goes to Vegas
should include the ride as part of the trip!!";_ylt=AttV4QJqg.VqWm2I9izBNXSPFmoL


Red Rock Canyon

"Red Rock Canyon is beautiful, great hiking for all levels and a great
place for taking awsome photos. If you do go make sure you stop at
Calico Basin which is just up the road from the Red Rock Canyon Park
entrance. It is open to the public and no fee. You can have a picnic,
climb the rocks or just sit and view the beauty scenery. When we were
there in April of 2004 there was a group of american indians druming
in the Basin. Loved It!! Definately going back for more!!"

"If you are tired of the pumped in oxygen and the constant casino
bells ringing from the slots, take a liesurely drive about a half hour
west of the strip to Red Rock. You don't need to go hiking, although
you will think about it when you see the natural beauty that is
unbelieveably so close to Vegas. If you have kids, they will love it.
There is a loop approximately 12 miles around the park with a number
of parking areas to stop and explore if you would like. Wild donkeys
can usually be seen as well as desert tortoises and sometimes more! A
great breakaway from the casinos hidden over the hill from the strip.
You won't be disappointed. Bring water though, its a long way to a
water fountain.";_ylt=AgpzjEtZbnkP93RLw5Oxt3qPFmoL#12


Here are some other sites:

"Top things to do in Las Vegas":


"Top Ten Las Vegas Attractions":

"Shark Reef At Mandalay Bay
This Las Vegas attraction features Sharks, tropical aquariums, a jelly
fish exhibit as well as a few crocodiles. A great way to spend a few
hours. You will come in contact with numerous species of sharks,
marine invertebrates and rays. All in a ancient sunken temple themed
locale. Walk through a tunnel where sharks surround you and put your
fingers in the touch tank. No other Las Vegas attraction allows you to
touch living sea animals."


"Top 10 Things to Do This Summer on Las Vegas":

"From new restaurants and bars to the season's hottest festivals and
events, discover Las Vegas' top 10 summer experiences"


This site has recent tips on Las Vegas posted:


This site has user reviews:

"Las Vegas Travel GuideLas Vegas--the city of dreams--a 24-hour town,
open 7 days a week. Come, sample the finest of dining choices, indoor
and outdoor recreation, non-stop gambling and shows befitting the
name, "entertainment capital of the world.

On this Page: Compare Prices ? Photos ? User Reviews ? Hotels ?
Attractions ? Restaurants ? Geography ? Maps ? Articles":


I hope that you find this information useful and have a wonderful trip. jdb-ga
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