The Other Side of Vegas: A Travel Guide

The Other Side of Vegas: A Travel Guide, Las Vegas, Nevada (B)

Let's face it, Vegas can get kind of a bad rap. Mention that you're going on a trip there and people automatically assume you'll be carelessly gambling away thousands and partying drunk until dawn. While you could definitely do these things if you'd like, that's not necessarily everyone's scene. I've been to Vegas about five times now, once as a little kid, once as senior in high school, and then three times since I've been 21. If you're like me, and are looking for a slightly different Vegas experience, here are some reasons you should still visit (and things to do while you're there). Vegas can be an excellent, budget friendly travel destination!

We just returned from a late February visit to Vegas, and it was 75 and sunny every day we were there. If you're looking for a great place to soak up some sun poolside, Vegas is a great choice. You don't have to worry about rain, and though it can get really hot in the summer, it's a dry heat. So if you're from Missouri or any other super humid place, Vegas's 100 degree temps feel like nothing. Fall and early spring are also great times to visit. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: The Other Side of Vegas: A Travel Guide
Guide Location: USA » Las Vegas
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Kelsie Kleinmeyer
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Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • High Roller
  • Bellagio Fountains
  • Fremont Street
  • Tix4Tonight
  • Bellagio Buffet
  • Spice Market

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