Its not what you think……….. This is a vegas quickie guide and some light reading on what to do in Vegas.
The Mob Museum looks at the history of organised crime across the US, the vices mobsters dallied with, the metamorphosis from battling gangs to networked syndicates and the techniques lawmen used to catch them. The sections about Vegas are fascinating – particularly the old photos of the farms once there, the original city plan maps and the striking image of the first strip casino out on its own in the desert.
Giada, a fizzy, open-plan Italian run by TV chef Giada de Laurentiis inside the Cromwell resort, hits that right line between hot-ticket cool and informally enjoyable. It works especially well for groups ordering a series of small dishes such as the chicken marsala meatballs to share, and the mini-pizzas are howlingly good.
The Fremont Street Experience is a feast for the eyes. That’s partly due to the enormous 12.5 million-LEDs roof that covers several blocks, displaying computer-generated art and video footage of the live music taking place on multiple stages. But it’s mostly about the people watching, with mulleted country music-lovers swilling garish plastic tubes of cocktails, Chippendales posing for photos, street entertainers dressed as members of Kiss and men in giant baby costumes among those competing for attention.
Cirque du Soleil has several shows on the Vegas Strip, but the Love show at the Mirage manages to work through the range of emotions while providing an epic visual feast. Fitted to a specially produced soundtrack of Beatles songs, it combines how-did-they-do-that? acrobatics, ever-morphing set design, stunt rollerblading and light shows. There’s so much going on, it’s often difficult to know what to hone in on.
The Cosmopolitan is very much the new Vegas – huge, slick rooms, an undeniably impressive spa and a defiant lack of tacky theming. It’s also right in the middle of the Vegas Strip, so it’s an excellent base for those who prefer to walk rather than wait for taxis. We have amazing rates for your stay at this hotel, and even better deals if you book your Las Vegas Wedding with us. This would be one of my all time favourite hotels to either stay at, get married at or see any of the amazing shows that this hotel has to offer.
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