Guest Post: Other Attractions in Vegas

 

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Even the King of Rock ‘n Roll himself was not prone to the charm of Las Vegas, so he ended up writing a song about it. What’s there not to love, anyway? People from all over the world flock to this Nevada attraction for the fun and adventure it offers. Remember the first Hangover movie? More than the thrill of discovering Alan Garner’s (Zach Galfianakis) next antics, the allure of Vegas is also a big part of a movie. The romantics go there to elope and get hitched, and after that the newlyweds will take their chances at poker joints since according to rumors, Lady Luck smiles at couples in love. Tourists go to Vegas in order to have a marvelous time at the usual hotel and casino stops, especially now that these establishments currently offer a lot of other services other than a comfortable home away from home, or your regular dose of blackjack, slots, roulette or baccarat.

The customary thing that tourists desire in a hotel is not necessarily luxury, but leaning more on comfort. Since it’s Las Vegas, they also seek to be surprised and mind-blown. After all, it’s not every day that they could book a holiday in the famous city. For instance, go and check out sites like www.arialasvegas.com to know what we mean—the Cirque du Soleil is actually a staple in this place. Most hotels have these gimmicks so you’d want to patronize their business, and they cater to specific clients. For example, there are hotels that have a haunted, creepy vibe, and there are even hotels that have different themes per room. Staying in one is an experience in itself. 

Gaming is not the only attraction in the Sin City. Like all others, it boasts of a culture, as evident in the following spots: 

Atomic Testing Museum

Located at 755 E Flamingo Road, this museum boasts of artefacts from Lawrence Livermore Laboratory and the Smithsonian Institution. It also has pieces hailing from World Trade Centers as well as from the Berlin wall. Multimedia platforms are readily available for you to experience interactive viewing and learning. 

Ethel’s Chocolate Lounge & Cactus Garden

 One doesn’t have to be fond of chocolates (nor cactuses) to love this place. Drive over to 2 Cactus Garden Drive in Henderson so you can marvel at the art of making candy in a chocolate factory—very reminiscent of Willy Wonka. The cactus garden is the largest in Nevada and it also has the largest collection, so be sure to take pictures. 

Springs Preserve

Head out to 333 S Valley View Blvd. and relax in the botanical gardens that this place offers. Animals that dwell in the desert are also featured here. The history of Las Vegas is presented as well. 

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