With great restaurants, bars, casinos, and nightclubs, Las vegas is one of the most exciting cities in the world. Here you can find exciting entertainment and plenty to do.
The shopping is small town like in atmosphere and surrounds the park. The architecture is creative (a blend of Mediterranean, Spanish, and Colonial styles) and the shops are organized by theme (children, teen, adult, etc.) Opened in 2009, this is one of the newest malls in town and comes with 3 garages for plenty of free covered parking. (Quaint street parking inside the mall is metered.) The store selection includes everything you’d expect in a mall, plus a grocery store, with plenty to keep the children busy while you’re browsing. There is also a modern 18 screen movie theater for enjoying the latest shows.
The Fall of Atlantis animatronics show is deep inside the Forum Shops, (next to the Cheesecake Factory.) King Atlas wants to pick an heir, his children try to destroy each other, a 20 foot flying beast appears, then Atlantis is destroyed by fire and sinks in the flood. Monitors have been added for effect and kids love this show, so it gets crowded early with presentations every hour starting at 10 a.m. daily.
Love fancy restaurants? This is the time of year to have a great meal and maybe even get a 2 for 1 dinner at some of the nicer restaurants in town. Also you can look forward to longer happy hours and plenty of drink specials. Venture further South on the strip to South Point or Silverton for even better deals. Last year South Point had dollar drinks the entire month of December! Any drink including some shots.
The other alternative is to sleep in and get in at the breakfast-priced buffet just before lunch items are set out. “Roll-overs” apply to all the buffets with the exception of two in Planet Hollywood, Todai and Spice Market.
There are a few certificates for only , such as the one for Stripburger, that popular patio at the north edge of fashion show mall, across from Wynn.
CANNON AVIATION MUSEUM – This is located in the McCarran International airport. There is a large exhibit about the aviation history of Las Vegas going back to first flight in 1920 up until the introduction of jets. The main museum is located above baggage claim inside of the terminal.
The women all borded a plane this morning to head to Las Vegas for the Swimsuit Launch Party. During the ladies’ visit to Sin City, they will participate in special events open to the public. On Wednesday, visit STK steakhouse in the Cosmopolitan for “Dining with SI Swimsuit” from noon-2:00 p.m. After that, the ladies are heading to Diablo’s Mexican Cantina at Monte Carlo from 3:00-5:00 p.m. Here fans can take photos and get autographs, and a see a performance by the Jabbawockeez.