Odyssey Premier Elite Suggests that you Take a Walk on the Wild Side and Catch a Getaway to Las Vegas

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  • (1888PressRelease) February 09, 2016 - Since all may know, Las Vegas is mostly for adult entertainment, so if you're looking to plan a family vacation, maybe Las Vegas is not for you at this exact moment. But, it can become something you're interested in exploring in the near future, especially after Reading the information provided in this article.

    Have you been stuck in a bubble lately? Looking to step out of your Shell and let loose? Las Vegas is the city that never sleeps and what happens at Las Vegas, stays in Las Vegas. They don't call it Sin City for nothing. But, don't think that since the Word sin is involved with this city, it's necessarily a bad thing. There are different ways to look at the Word sin, and it could just mean something you'd never thought to do. Between gambling, an assortment of shows and nightlife activities, you're allowed to live it up at least once. Here are just some of the many places that are impossible to miss out on:

    The Bellagio Fountains: Every half-hour between 3 p.m. and 8 p.m., and every 15 minutes from then 'til midnight, an 8.5-acre lake in the middle of the desert explodes with 1,214 spritzers shooting water up to 460 feet in the air - the water rockets and dances, perfectly choreographed to Frank Sinatra or Gene Kelly or "One Singular Sensation" from A Chorus Line.

    Cirque du Soleil: Even though it's expensive, cuts three hours out of your evening and sounds really boring, it's actually really cool and totally Vegas, despite its French Canadian origins. The Cirque hires former Olympic gymnasts to catapult themselves all over the stage, risking their lives in outlandish costumes just for your amusement. The Clubs: The Bank at the Bellagio and Tao at the Venetian, which is, by the way, the highest-grossing restaurant in the U.S., are solid. You can try an ultra-lounge - Tabu at the MGM, Pure at Caesars, Cat house at the Luxor - which requires less dancing, but is going to be more Euro-trashy and bottle-service oriented.

    Downtown: This is the old part of Las Vegas, although it's seedy and ugly and makes you feel like an outlaw, it's the experience that you might be looking for. It full of casinos and bars and one famous location at downtown is Binions - home of the World Series of Poker. The city's first step in sprucing up downtown is the the sort-of-cool, sort-of-depressing Fremont Street Experience, where parents bring their kids to watch the outdoor mall's ceiling tell little vignettes in laser lights. Buffets: You can't do Vegas without doing a buffet, and the buffet at the Wynn is one of the few with really good food. The buffet at T.I., which changed its named from Treasure Island, KFC-style, is also pretty good and has a room designed by Adam Tihany. But the Wynn is a little better.

    With so much to do, Las Vegas can be covered in just one weekend of fun. Call Odyssey Premier Elite today and book the Getaway you've been waiting to take! Who knows, you might come home richer than you arrived.

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