• How to stay hydrated in a hot day?!?

    I am going to Las Vegas this summer and I hear it's very hot over 100+ degrees! I want to know how to stay hydrated besides water. I know water helps you a lot but what else? I'm a fragile girl who loves the cold weather more, what should I do before I go?
    I am going to Las Vegas this summer and I hear it's very hot over 100+ degrees! I want to know how to stay hydrated besides water. I know water helps you a lot but what else? I'm a fragile girl who loves the cold weather more, what should I do before I go?
    17 answers · 5 days ago
  • Do they treat u very well in Las Vegas?

    Best answer: They treat you just like any other place in the US.
    Best answer: They treat you just like any other place in the US.
    10 answers · 6 days ago
  • Ever been to Las Vegas?

    Best answer: I live in Vegas and September the heat in the valley will be cooling off by then.
    Best answer: I live in Vegas and September the heat in the valley will be cooling off by then.
    11 answers · 1 week ago
  • Going to LA and Las Vegas in mid May, how much time do I need in each place?

    Best answer: Three days in Vegas if you are not gamblers. Book your shows ahead of time-call the casino box office. If you get bored during the day in Vegas, go to the Hoover dam (ask at any casino-they all usually have a tour running there). LA has a lot to see as well, but like New York is has Too Much to see in just a couple... show more
    Best answer: Three days in Vegas if you are not gamblers. Book your shows ahead of time-call the casino box office. If you get bored during the day in Vegas, go to the Hoover dam (ask at any casino-they all usually have a tour running there). LA has a lot to see as well, but like New York is has Too Much to see in just a couple of days. Try going to the Grand Canyon (can also be done from Vegas). Plan your vacation well-both cities have a lot to offer.
    8 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Planning a trip to Vegas; any tips or advice?

    Best answer: The major hotels have a daily resort fee, for certain included services. Be sure to factor it in in hotel quote prices. https://www.lasvegasjaunt.com/las-vegas-resort-fees-2018-guide/ sign up at booking.com and smartervegas.com https://www.booking.com/ http://smartervegas.com/ Discounts are available at many... show more
    Best answer: The major hotels have a daily resort fee, for certain included services. Be sure to factor it in in hotel quote prices.
    https://www.lasvegasjaunt.com/las-vegas-...
    sign up at booking.com and smartervegas.com
    https://www.booking.com/
    http://smartervegas.com/

    Discounts are available at many restaurants and activities.
    tix4tonight booths have same and next day unsold show seats.

    Try to decide what you want to do or see before you arrive.
    https://www.tripadvisor.com/Attractions-g45963-Activities-Las_Vegas_Nevada.html

    If off-strip, plan transportation - Shuttles, buses, uber/lyft, or if not on-strip, a car rental may be worthwhile.

    Limit your gambling, and night club drinking.

    Excellent restaurants are all over the city.

    Take normal city precautions about who you are with and flashing cash.

    If you have specifics, I can be more specific.
    9 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • If you make million dollar sports bet in Vegas, then do you need to show the cash?

    Best answer: If you are making a legal sports bet, then you have to give up the cash at the time you place the bet - not just show the cash. No casino in Vegas is going to take a 1 million sports bet, unless you are an established high roller at that casino. Even then, it would be iffy.
    Best answer: If you are making a legal sports bet, then you have to give up the cash at the time you place the bet - not just show the cash. No casino in Vegas is going to take a 1 million sports bet, unless you are an established high roller at that casino. Even then, it would be iffy.
    6 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Taxis in Las Vegas?

    Best answer: Taxis generally wait or can be called in from every casino or bar open 24/7. They are generally where you are or a short wait or walk. Their cost is the highest per mile in the USA I believe, but distances usually short. Uber and Lyft may be set up using Paypal or Google Pay or Apple Pay. They do not take cash.... show more
    Best answer: Taxis generally wait or can be called in from every casino or bar open 24/7. They are generally where you are or a short wait or walk. Their cost is the highest per mile in the USA I believe, but distances usually short. Uber and Lyft may be set up using Paypal or Google Pay or Apple Pay. They do not take cash.
    https://www.wikihow.com/Use-Uber-Without-a-Credit-Card
    http://lyftubernewsletter.com/how-to-register-in-uber-without-a-credit-card/
    Where North Strip? Circus Circus, Westgate, SLS, Wynn, etc. Cabs usually waiting.
    7 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Would you pay over 500 dollars for tickets and travel fare just to go to pool parties in Vegas?

    and spend limited vacation days on it.. at age 23
    and spend limited vacation days on it.. at age 23
    8 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • How do you get the best Vegas hotel rate?

    I'm looking to stay this Sunday for the Super Bowl. Where can I find the best deals? Want to get 5 star hotel for under $80 or 4 stars for under $40. Don't like Downtown though.
    I'm looking to stay this Sunday for the Super Bowl. Where can I find the best deals? Want to get 5 star hotel for under $80 or 4 stars for under $40. Don't like Downtown though.
    10 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Is Las Vegas only for those 21 and over?

    Best answer: Nope, not just for people 21 and older. There are prohibitions against loitering in the casino areas if you're under 21, but so long as you're just passing through, it's perfectly legal. You're free to attend most of the shows (except the age-restricted ones), most of the museums (Titanic,... show more
    Best answer: Nope, not just for people 21 and older.

    There are prohibitions against loitering in the casino areas if you're under 21, but so long as you're just passing through, it's perfectly legal.

    You're free to attend most of the shows (except the age-restricted ones), most of the museums (Titanic, Bodies...etc) cruise the strip, watch the fountains at the Bellagio, take a gondola ride at the Venetian, dine at the massive buffets, hit up the Game Nest Arcade, watch the Pirate show, go shopping, visit the Heart Attack Grill, watch the lights, bands and street performers on Freemont street, and just about everything someone 21 and older could do.

    You probably won't be able to reserve a hotel though, so take that into account.
    7 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Taxis in Vegas?

    Best answer: Taxis are probably the fastest way around, traffic is so horrific on the strip that I'd suspect getting an Uber quickly might be difficult. But taxis are everywhere. Walking works well, by the way, to get to many of the main strip locations. Much faster than crawling along in a car. A few hotels also have... show more
    Best answer: Taxis are probably the fastest way around, traffic is so horrific on the strip that I'd suspect getting an Uber quickly might be difficult. But taxis are everywhere. Walking works well, by the way, to get to many of the main strip locations. Much faster than crawling along in a car. A few hotels also have trams, like the one that runs from Excalibur to Luxor to Mandalay Bay.
    6 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • How long of a drive is it from Florence, Italy, to Las Vegas Nevada?

    Best answer: you cant drive from Italy to vegas. there is a huge ocean in between
    Best answer: you cant drive from Italy to vegas. there is a huge ocean in between
    5 answers · 4 weeks ago
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    9 answers · 1 month ago
  • What are the pros and cons of living in Las Vegas?

    Best answer: Pros: Housing is relatively cheap You will never need to mow your lawn You will never need to shovel snow or worry if it is too cold to start your car, You will have little in the way of heating costs. They have a decent university There are flights from there to everywhere. Entertainment is never an issue You can... show more
    Best answer: Pros:

    Housing is relatively cheap
    You will never need to mow your lawn
    You will never need to shovel snow or worry if it is too cold to start your car,
    You will have little in the way of heating costs.
    They have a decent university
    There are flights from there to everywhere.
    Entertainment is never an issue
    You can gamble any time you like
    Jobs are fairly plentiful

    Con
    You will have a stunningly large electric bill for 5 months of the year
    The schools are somewhat below par and you will have to help out your kids a bit.
    You can gamble any time you like.
    There is no other sizeable city within a 4-5 hour drive,
    In some areas the crime rate is a tad high. Never move into an area where more than 10% of the homes have bars in the windows, Especially along Maryland north of the University. If there are second floor windows with bars on more than a very few places, that is also a bad sign for a neighborhood.
    The plentiful jobs do not pay that well.
    4 answers · 1 month ago
  • Las Vegas hotels on the strip??

    Best answer: I'd suggest Flamingo - great location in the center-strip area, fairly recently renovated, good rates. I think it's about the best value on the strip right now. Some other good options to consider are Harrah's, Bally's, Monte Carlo, and NYNY. Tropicana has also been upgraded recently, and Luxor... show more
    Best answer: I'd suggest Flamingo - great location in the center-strip area, fairly recently renovated, good rates. I think it's about the best value on the strip right now.

    Some other good options to consider are Harrah's, Bally's, Monte Carlo, and NYNY. Tropicana has also been upgraded recently, and Luxor is a decent option too.
    7 answers · 1 month ago