Las Vegas for People Who Hate Las Vegas

Las Vegas for People Who Hate Las Vegas, Las Vegas, Nevada (B)

Though I’ve been a couple of times, I really truly don’t like Las Vegas. I don’t really gamble. I certainly don’t fuck prostitutes. And after one good night of drinking, I’m down for the count for the rest of the weekend. So how can you enjoy Las Vegas if you kind of hate Las Vegas? Don’t want to stand in line, pay $50 cover, and see some DJ in a space that’s so crowded it’s dangerously close to being a fire hazard? Don’t want to blow $500 on slot machines? Don’t want to reenact The Hangover? Here are a few ways to spend a trip in Vegas that’s actually enjoyable and not too exhausting.

One good thing about Vegas is that their brunch buffets are lit. And who doesn’t like brunch? My suggestion is to go all out at the Bellagio. Their brunch has all the traditional breakfast favorites like waffles and eggs, along with prime rib, sushi, lobster, etc. It sounds like a lot, but you’ll need it when you’re sucking down those bottomless mimosas. Getting good and drunk early on will help you let loose and enjoy the endless parade of bachelor parties and hooker flyers littering the sidewalks. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Las Vegas for People Who Hate Las Vegas
Guide Location: USA » Las Vegas
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Ana Montano
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Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Bellagio
  • volcano eruption outside the Mirage
  • the Wynn
  • Caesars Palace
  • Circus Circus show
  • the Aria
  • MGM Grand
  • fake Eiffel Tower
  • Vegas sign
  • Vegas Vic on Fremont Street
  • Venetian
  • zipline through downtown
  • Neon Museum

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