is a list of noteworthy restaurants in Vegas from Ginger Garlic Kitchen
. Vegas is truly a melting pot of flavors. Skip out on the cheap, greasy stuff and try something new during your visit.
There are numerous shows to watch while in Las Vegas. These range from more famous like Jay Leno, Celine Dion and Carrot Top to smaller shows found near Fremont Street. Big time musicians including Cher, Mariah Carey and Lionel Riche host concerts along the strip nightly. Cirque de Soleil shows featuring acrobatics, rhythmic dancing and unique talents are another option and mostly found only in Las Vegas. There are magic shows which include Penn & Teller, Criss Angel and David Copperfield if you looking for more than just music. The list of Las Vegas entertainment is nearly limitless but whatever you enjoy, you are likely to find a related themed show when visiting Las Vegas.
Hoover Dam is an arch-gravity dam built near the Arizona/Nevada border. It is located 34 miles east of Las Vegas via the I-515S. About 100 people are said to be buried within the dam; they died during its construction. There are tour companies
that provide guided tours of the Hoover Dam and surrounding areas. Some tourist chose to come and camp near Lake Mead
to get away from the noise and lights of Las Vegas.
To really appreciate what the Colorado River has to offer, its best to jump right in (maybe even literally). Here are a list of recommended water activities
to do when visiting the Colorado River. For those who are not thrill seekers, grabbing a chair and a cold drink watching the river is another idea. Relax and enjoy the beauty of nature!
My personal favorite part of Vegas was the food. With so many casinos all vying to stand out from one another, each location has its on unique culinary offerings. The larger casinos will tend to have theme restaurants from around the world. Casinos like the Stratosphere and Paris offer dining experiences with a view.