What’s happening in Vegas for your vacation this year?

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If there’s one certainty about Vegas, it’s that it will constantly evolve. Ever since the early years when it was just a little desert town in the middle of nowhere, and it took organized crime to make it something, it has evolved. Starting with gambling tables, to millions of computerized games, from “strip clubs” to mega top performers and shows, evolution continues. Every time I visit Las Vegas, there’s always a new top restaurant, top new Chef, nightclub or show to visit.

Prime examples include the newly opened Cromwell Boutique Hotel, featuring the world renowned famous Chef, Giada de Laurentis restaurant, as well as the ever popular “Zip-Line”, found in many top destinations in the U.S., now found over the crowds on Fremont Streets, “Experience”.

You also are probably unaware that there’s a new Zip-line in town, that’s a heart stopper, located at the REO Resort. This baby is strung between the tops of two hotels, some 400 feet in the air, named the VooDoo Zipline.

If your looking for something a bit more “wallet friendly”, for dinner and drinks, I highly suggest heading down to the newly opened LINQ Resort, and Guy Fieri’s “Vegas Kitchen & Bar”. You’ll find awesome burgers, pulled pork sandwiches, and my favorite, his Vietnamese Sandwich, and so much more.

For those who loved and followed the super star performer “Prince”, Vegas now has a tribute to his life of music, called The Prince Tribute Show, now at the Westgate Las Vegas.

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Hot Money Tip: This year you will find that almost all resorts on the Las Vegas Strip, will be charging you to park that vehicle in the parking lots. Why not forget about the rental and use the Monorail system, and save on the rental day rate, gas and parking fees, and use that at the tables instead.

As you walk the streets of Vegas in 2017, you might just smell the all-familiar scent of cannabis in the air. That’s right, smoking weed is now legal in Nevada, at least for now only with a doctors not when you hit the dispensaries. Like so many other states in the U.S., it will probably only be a matter of time before recreational weed becomes available.

New this year in Vegas, “iSnap Photo Booths”, where you can pose with your partner or buddy, push the button, and check out the photo. If you don’t like it, snap away until you do. When you take one you like, send it to your email address, or to a friend or even post directly to Facebook! Who knew? Keep your eyes out for the booth, popping up everywhere, like MGM Grand, the “D”, Palms and many more.

 

Here’s something that will excite all those lady yoga lovers out there, and guys too if they dare. The Mirage now offers one-hour sessions in the morning where you can practice your yoga moves, with the dolphins.. That’s right, you will work out and stretch in the underwater viewing area, starting at 8:30 AM every Friday through Sunday. Call and make your reservations because classes fill up quickly, and remember, its $50 per person.

Everyone has heard of and knows the story of the Titanic, the ship that couldn’t sink. For those who never heard of it, it did sink. With the re-make of the movie, and recent underwater exploration seen on Discovery Channel, you will be thrilled to know that there’s a Titanic Exhibit now at the Luxor. It’s not just the artifacts recovered from the Titanic on display, but things like a actual section of the hull, a full-scale recreation of the Grand Stairway and more. Its well worth the $30 adult admission, and you will come away knowing so much more about this event in history.

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