Enjoyable and affordable Las Vegas experiences

Stacey L. Tokunaga. For people planning to visit Las Vegas soon and are having trouble deciding on what to do and where to go, here are a few things worth checking out.

Bellagio Fountains: One doesn’t need a psychic to know that the Bellagio Fountains will be quite an experience. With water jets spurting out in splendid choreography, these magical fountains are a favorite for tourists. They go on every half-hour from 3PM to 8PM on weekdays, every 15 minutes from 8PM to 12MN on Saturdays, and every half-hour from 11AM to 7PM. Stacey L. Tokunaga.

Cosmopolitan: The artworks displayed in the Cosmopolitan parking garage walls are not made by vandals being chased by police. These are legitimate pieces created by some of the most talented artists in the world.

The Blarney Stone: The Blarney Stone is quite legendary in Ireland. For those who want to see the stone, a trip across the Atlantic isn’t at all necessary since a piece of the famed castle rests in the D Hotel in downtown Las Vegas.

Piano Duel: Stacey L. Tokunaga. Piano duels can be extremely exciting. In Las Vegas, and there’s one place that has such a show, the Piano Bar over at Harrah’s Hotel and Casino. Visitors can catch the show that starts every night at 9.

Mirage Volcano: While there are many things to do at the Mirage Hotel, their lagoon has quite a spectacle for tourists. Every night, at 7PM and 8PM, a volcano situated in the lagoon erupts. They add a third show on Friday and Saturday night, at 9. Stacey L. Tokunaga


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