Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Things I Recomend to do Free in Las Vegas

Las Vegas Strip, Nevada, USAImage via Wikipedia
On Sunday me and hubby decide to take kids to walk a little to the strip, we do this rarely, but is summer and the kids love the lights from the strip, sadly and at the same time amazingly we didn't park cause the strip was pack, I mean there was so much walking traffic that would it be impossible to walk with children. We will try some other day, I fell I will like to share my favorite place to walk and see for free on the strip.
So listen up, this place are approve and view by me.


  • Fountains at Bellagio. The very know spectacular fountains at the Bellagio are impressive always, with music and water splash is something to see, you can see this all day every 30 mins and after 8 PM is every 15 mins, the great thing is that is never the same song. Love them.
  • Volcano at the Mirage. If you havent seen this or you already did, is something to see again, this combines music  choreography and the best FIRE, also very impressive, Shows start nightly every hour on the hour till 11 PM.
  • Welcome to Las Vegas sign.  The 50 year old iconic sign has more easy access with a new parking lot that makes it easy access for picture.
  • Fremont Street Experience. Every year Fremont Street will give you different shows to see in the light canopy and 540,000-watt sound system in it. Glittering lights. Stunning visual and sound effects. and the best music of different decades. You can see this every hour on the hour from 8:30 p.m. - midnight.
This is some of the Free stuff you can enjoy outdoors, but I also recommend some indoor activities like Fall of Atlantis at Caesars Palace, The Conservatory at Bellagio, Sunset Stampede at Sam's Town and Show in the Sky at the Rio all free and they give you something extra to do in town.








1 comment:

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