Five Tips for Enjoying New Year’s on the Strip

2018 is almost done, and that means that Las Vegas is preparing for New Year’s celebrations. Now, being on the Strip during any major event is not my thing (I’m a little bit claustrophobic in tight crowds), but it is a popular place for both locals and tourists to ring in the New Year. It’s … Continue reading Five Tips for Enjoying New Year’s on the Strip

Leaving and Living in Vegas Travel Guide: Budget-Friendly Edition

Let’s face it – Las Vegas is not a cheap city to visit. As far as American cities go, the cost of living isn’t bad, but the Las Vegas Strip is basically a black hole for tourists to throw their money in, whether it’s with “resort” fees, ten dollars for a bottle of water or … Continue reading Leaving and Living in Vegas Travel Guide: Budget-Friendly Edition

Travel Guide to Las Vegas: Kid-Friendly Edition

At one time, Las Vegas was billed as a family-friendly vacation destination. Every hotel had a show or activity geared toward children, like the Sirens show at Treasure Island, the Tournament of Kings at Excalibur, or trick-or-treating at the MGM Grand. Once the “what happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas” campaign took over, Las Vegas … Continue reading Travel Guide to Las Vegas: Kid-Friendly Edition