Think you know Vegas? Guess again. A lot of people come to Vegas and see the strip, but few of them know that there’s a lot more that goes on in Vegas than the casinos you find on Las Vegas Blvd.
Located at 707 Fremont Street in downtown Las Vegas, the Container Park is just what the young entrepreneurial spirit had in mind when it was looking to revitalize downtown Las Vegas. This eclectic mix of shops, restaurants, and a tree-house and play area will have you first scratching your head but then running like a six-year old full of pixie sticks into its creative center.
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Las Vegas has got quite a name carved out for itself. And while most commonly associated with partying, gambling, and night-long expeditions into the taboo-filled wonderland of lust, Las Vegas also has a quitter side that is lesser-known, but attracts an increasing number of visitors every year.
Where’s the best place to be this New Year’s Eve? New York? Los Angeles? Seattle? Think again. Las Vegas, being the city of excess that it is, is not to be done up in any arena, and certainly not that of showmanship. Ringing in the New Year Las Vegas style is a signature event in and of itself. So if you’re spending New Year’s Eve in Las Vegas, get ready for a night to remember.
Who can forget the early days of romance when you buy a ticket at your local fair and jump aboard the Ferris Wheel and, who knows – maybe get stuck up top for a chance at a kiss? While the local fair Ferris Wheel days might be in your past, a trip to Caesar’s in Las Vegas will bring them back – in vivid Technicolor. Search for recent advances in Ferris wheel development and you’ll likely find Las Vegas mentioned numerous times – Las Vegas has several current construction bids for largest Ferris wheel in the world.
Thanksgiving is one of the busiest times of year for Vegas, believe it or not. People brave airport lines, traffic delays and that miserable (but unique?) road food in order to be with loved ones again. Despite all this, it’s far-and-away one of the happiest times of the year because it puts us back in touch with those we love the most. One might then ask oneself why are there no good Thanksgiving songs. Am I alone on this? It seems as if we’d have a couple good Thanksgiving songs….
Las Vegas is excellently poised for a great mountain biking trip. Close to Red Rock Canyon National Preserve, Lake Mead, Henderson, Boulder City, the River Mountains, and the great Mojave Desert, mountain bikers have their fair share of choices when they want to go riding.
While Sin City might have mountains of mystique and miles of documentary film following it, the true history of Las Vegas is anything but obvious. From mob stories to corporate shake-downs and even government greed, what happened in Las Vegas definitely stayed in Las Vegas, as it takes a mild discovery team (or your own ultimate Las Vegas tour guide ) to figure out what the real history of Las Vegas is all about.
When the temperature start to dip (finally!) and the sun is just a wee bit forgiving, you know that Autumn is finally rolling around. In Las Vegas – the city of perpetual party and indulgence – the relief brings with it a special feeling. Arguably the nicest time to visit Las Vegas, an autumn visit means that it’s actually nice outside and is a great time to indulge in some Las Vegas outdoor activities.