National Parks Fee free Day Las Vegas
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Monday is Fee Free Day !

February 17, 2017

Las Vegas is surrounded by some amazing natural beauty. That includes many National Parks, Monuments, and landmarks (six are within a 1-hour drive).  This Monday is presidents day and the National Park Service is celebrating with […]

#1 of 80 Sights & Landmarks in Las Vegas
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Still The Best in Las Vegas – Bellagio Fountains

January 17, 2017

Not that it surprises anybody who has seen the Bellagio Fountains, Trip Advisor still ranks the magnificent fountains as the number one Las Vegas sights & landmark in Las Vegas! Over 62,000 reviews with over 32,00 […]

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Cactus Garden Holiday Lights
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Pic Cactus Garden Holiday Lights

December 11, 2016

Every Christmas Holiday, Ethel M’s Chocolate Factory light up their cactus garden, gets Santa in his chair and warms up the chocolate cocoa!  Over a million lights adorn the cactus garden while inside the free factory […]

Shopping at the WNFR Las Vegas 2016
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Shopping is an event at the NFR!

December 3, 2016

  When we talk about the National Finals Rodeo coming to Las Vegas, some people think it’s just about the cowboys, country music, and 10 nights of rodeo.  True, but there is so much more to […]

NASCAR Burnouts on the Las Vegas Strip
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2016 NASCAR Las Vegas Burnouts | Video

December 2, 2016

It’s been eight years that Las Vegas has played host to the NASCAR Awards Celebration. ( now called NASCAR Sprint Cup Champions Week) Originally held in New York City.  Each year, the event on the […]

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PBR World Finals 2016
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PBR World Finals – 23 Years and Counting

November 3, 2016

It all started in April of 1992 when 20 bull riders met at a Scottsdale, Ariz., motel room. Each man threw in $1,000 to form an organization that would establish professional bull riding as a […]

Historic Hoover Dam Railroad Tunnels
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Railroad Tunnels to Temporarily Close

October 6, 2016

One of the attractions for tourists as well as locals at Lake Mead is the historic railroad tunnels.  These old tunnels will be closed part-time for the next few months so the National Park Services can patch […]

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The Riviera Demolition Begins
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The Riviera Demolition Begins

April 20, 2016

How time flies! It’s been almost a year since we last stepped into the historic Riviera Casino Resort to say our Good Bye’s.  Once closed, it followed a Las Vegas tradition of being brought back […]

IKE Opening In Las Vegas
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Getting Ready for IKEA Day in Las Vegas

January 19, 2016

It’s not that I am expecting the Mayor or Governor to make it an “official” day or anything.  However, there are a lot of people waiting for that one hot summer day in June when […]

New years in Las Vegas
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Las Vegas on New Years Eve

December 29, 2015

  New Years Eve in Las Vegas.  The ultimate place to ring in the new year!!  And the estimates are that over 330,000 people will be here to do just that on Thursday.  As usual, […]

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Christmas Decorations on the Las Vegas Strip
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Christmas on the Las Vegas Strip | Video

December 23, 2015

The Las Vegas Strip always gets busy for the Christmas Holidays, so we snuck down a little early to catch some glimpses of the usually hot spots for Christmas Cheer. This year, Christmas falls on […]

NASCAR Kyle Bush Vegas Burnouts
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NASCAR Burnouts on The Las Vegas Strip [video]

December 4, 2015

Officially it’s called the Victory Lap. Part of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Champions Week. We just like to call it “The Burnouts”. The top sixteen NASCAR drivers are in town for their end of the […]

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