The ultimate Vegas vacation cheat sheet [infographic]
Travel Hacking Vegas - Las Vegas Deals Infographic ~ I avoid the buffets, do take public transportation (even in wheelchair), and have one bigger meal a day there (dinner) then snacks or appetizers the rest of the day. If you love the Beatles please check out Beatles Love there, it was an exquisite and heart touching show! <3 #Vegas
When: 9-11pm (Sunday-Thursday) The deal: Their regular happy hour lasts from 2-6pm, but their late-night menu, from 9pm-close, includes $6 TREVI Bites like Eggplant Crisps and homemade meatballs, plus $7 cocktails, $7 wine, $5 bottled beers, and $4 frozen Bellinis.
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Get up close and personal with the MGM lions at their full time home and sanctuary is a fun way to spend a day. They also have 2 zoos (The Las Vegas zoo is small and wonderful we've been there but not to the new one...yet
By now, it’s not even relevant to address people’s tired misconceptions that Las Vegas is the land of the tired $1.99 prime beef dinner, or the bastion of the sat-under-the-heat-lamp-too-long buffet. After all, the city is now well-known as a major culinary hub, and those outdated versions of the old buffets are, if not extinct (and some of those relics are not extinct), at least elegantly upstaged.
Las Vegas globally is seen as the city of Sin and you can see this from depictions of media like movies. People get the idea that you can do whatever you want in Vegas and “happens in Vegas stays in Vegas” is a popular saying from pop culture.