Posts Tagged ‘las vegas’
The Strip is going to be a madhouse. If that’s your thing, then more power to you. If, however, you are like me and you’re looking for something fun but a little less crazy, head out to Lake Las Vegas. Alex and I will be out there Friday night, so hit us up if you’re going to be there, too!
One of the best ways to enjoy a trip to Vegas without breaking the bank is to scour websites that offer discounted airfare to find the best deal on your ride out to the Strip. If possible, book your trip months in advance to ensure you are getting the best deal possible. Airlines will often offer special deals to Vegas during the off-season months so take advantage of those discounted rates.
Yes, this list will be contested. No, I will not include your city because it has the biggest ball of twine or more pigs than people. The thing about travel is that different people like different places for different reasons. I’ve been around the United States more than a few times, and it’s based on these travels that I stand by my…
Travelated’s own Alex easily holds up the Hoover Dam bypass bridge in Nevada.
This is how you cheat and use the carpool lane on a long road trip! I saw this dummy chilling in a Gap cap in a parking lot in Las Vegas.
by Katie Campbell Vegas is the epitome of partying, drinking, gambling and relaxation. Relaxation? What some people fail to see through their blurry-eyed gaze is that Vegas is the home to several great spas that cater to your specific needs. Whether it’s a cure for slot machine elbow, an aching back, or you simply need [...]
Looking across to Nevada on the new Hoover Dam bypass bridge from the Arizona side. The bypass bridge is 900 feet off the ground and is not to be tried by the faint of heart.
As a blogger, sunlight and I don’t meet as often as we used to. Too often I’m tied to my desk behind a computer screen, typing away, studying Google Analytics, and trying in vain to keep up with Tweets and Facebook posts and Diggs and Stumbles. Friday was a lovely change. Instead of writing about beautiful destinations all day, I got to visit one: the hotel Ravella at Lake Las Vegas. Driving out to Lake Las Vegas, I was nervous…
If you’ve only got 24 hours to spend in Vegas, your plane had better be arriving early. Once you land, grab a cab and, if it’s Sunday, tell your driver to take you straight to Palms—you’re going to brunch at Simon. It’s all you can eat of everything from sushi to crepes to lobster Benedict. Don’t forget to have cotton candy for dessert!
If you don’t want to worry about layovers, extensive check-in procedures, or simply having to sit for several hours next to a bunch of strangers who may be stinky, then you may want to opt for a charter flight.