Everyone should visit this museum one time if they are in Vegas. It's located just a few blocks away from the strip and has so much to see and learn about. I will admit that it's probably too much reading and not the best for little kids, but anyone over the age of 12 will love it.
I've been to the Discovery Children's Museum twice with my son and he always loves it. Younger kids (7-12) seem to have more fun than the older kids, but there is still a lot for everyone to learn. If you visit the museum, then the parking is free and if you buy your tickets online you won't have to worry about waiting at the ticket counter. Makes the experience that much easier.
Excellent performance from Donny and the entire production team. We saw this show last week and I was shocked at how many people were there. Donny performs 100% from start to finish and does a fun little Pick a Song bit with audience participation. Highly recommend.
Chocolate Bar has some of the best-tasting martinis in Las Vegas, but they have slowly been getting rid of much of the menu. I've heard rumors that they are going to be getting rid of the entire chocolate bar soon, so you will definitely want to stop in and give it a try if you are in town soon.
Peppermill is a Las Vegas staple. The food and drinks are delicious, the staff is friendly, the atmosphere is second to none, and the prices are very reasonable.
I have been to several Las Vegas shows including many of the Cirque shows, but Absinthe is so far ahead of anything else on an entertainment scale. It's funny and mesmerizing from start to finish and I didn't see anyone leaving without a smile on their face.
My massages are always fantastic, but it's the rest of the amenities that make this my favorite spa in Vegas. I used to think that Vegas spas were way overpriced for just a massage, but you get to access the steam rooms, sauna, and my favorite - The Ice Room. If you book a one-hour massage, then plan on being here for at least 3.
This is such a beautiful representation that I actually teared up a bit. Because everything is blown up much larger than the actual paintings, it's easy to find little details and strokes that you may have missed before. I feel this experience shouldn't be described as stepping into Van Gogh's work, but instead stepping into his mind.
Pantry is the best way to start your day if you're staying at The Mirage. It has an airy coffee shop feel but serves full breakfast entrees instead of just snacks and pastries like a lot of other places. The coffee is excellent too. I've never been for lunch, but I have to assume it's just as good.
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