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February 24, 2013

Richard asks…

Fun things for a 16 year old to (legally) do in Vegas?

I’m going on a family trip this spring break to Las Vegas, Nevada. I’ve never been there before (or anywhere else really for that matter), and while I’m sure my parents will be hitting the casinos and what not, I was wondering if there was anything me and my 14 year old sister could enjoy doing.

Any suggestions?

Administrator answers:

Hey dont listen to everyone else here who is telling you stay in the hotel room and dont go. There is plenty to do and see in vegas. Most of the good things to do there are the same as the free attractions which are put out to bring in families. I wrote this article for my website and I just copied it here.

“The first big thing I would recommend visiting is the Bellagio Conservatory and Botanical Gardens offers a delight to the eyes of the beholder. All the senses are stimulated as you see the sights and inhale the fragrance of the flowers that are seasonal highlights of plants, flowers, and produce. Each season offers new delights to the senses and because there is NO admission fee we cannot recommend visiting this enough. It is also a great place for a photo op to help you remember your time in Las Vegas.

If you have seen Oceans 11 you know at the end of the movie they stand outside looking at a huge water fountain display. That amazing display is the fountains of Bellagio Casino. These shows consist of more than 1000 fountains that shoot water up in unison with music. Lights go off as well. They have variety of the songs really is endless so check by often. It is completely free so really do check back often. Just about every half hour or so after 3pm on weekdays and noon on weekends you can see this spectacle in person. I highly recommend it.

The next great freebie? How about a CIRCUS!??! Totally free, and great for the whole family, the Circus Acts show put on at Circus Circus is perfect. Different acts perform at each show that happen every half hour daily between 11 am and midnight. The thrills of a circus are a great way to spend an afternoon.

Sam’s Town Hotel and Gambling Hall, another casino in Vegas offers great a great free show as well. Theirs consists of lasers and water and is done daily at 2:00, 6:00, 8:00, and 10:00. The coolest part of the show is that it takes place in a 9-story building that has a mix natural habitat of live trees, greenery, waterfalls, and trails built throughout it.

The Carnivale is one of the biggest tourist attractions in Brazil and so of course Vegas has to have an equivalent. The Masquerade Show in the Sky, a free show put on where floats come by floating on the sky. The show is free to watch, But if you want to participate by riding one of the floats, the cost is 13 dollars. The floats are suspended from the ceiling and this is considered the best free show in Vegas.

Yet another one of the diverse attractions in Vegas is the Aquarium at the Silverton Hotel and Casino’s. Totally free to get into it features saltwater and freshwater fish in their natural habitats. Everyone is sure to enjoy this exotic attraction. Educational, fun and free. Does it get any better for a family attraction? I don’t think so and this kind of opportunity is especially rare in Vegas

The Sirens of Ti is a great pirates show at Treasure Island Casino. Playing daily as the weather allows, this show is great for kids of all ages. With pirates and captains, sea battle and adventures, this exciting show will enthrall everyone. I highly recommend this show, it is my personal favorite while in Vegas.”

Hope this helps.

James asks…

Can someone help me translate this in Japanese?

Las Vegas is known as Sin City. People come here to vacation, for business, or to gamble. The strip is a common tourist spot/location. I have lived here for 14 years and I hate it. The weather is awful because it is not consistent. In winter it is cold and uncomfortable. Summer is too hot to enjoy. There is no beach to visit. There is nothing to do unless you are over 21 years of age.”

Please help thank you

Administrator answers:

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Laura asks…

What is a good major city to move to that is not too far from Las Vegas?

I would like to move by the end of the year to a major city in either California, Nevada, Arizona, or Utah. I would like an area that is very active and has a lot of offer to all types of people. I currently live in Washington D.C. so something similar to this metropolitan area would be great. However, I have Rheumatoid Arthritis and the cold and damp weather really bother my joints, so the area I move to have to be very dry and warm.

Any help?

Administrator answers:

Saint George, UT or Barstow, CA may qualify

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