Enjoy Las Vegas On Next To Nothing – Have Fun For Less, And Discount Shows

DESERT PASSAGE MALL – It now goes by name Miracle Mile Shops and it is an enclosed Mall that is 500,000 square feet with a modern Hollywood them shopping center. It consists of 170 shops and 15 restaurants.

The Fall of Atlantis animatronics show is deep inside the Forum Shops, (next to the Cheesecake Factory.) King Atlas wants to pick an heir, his children try to destroy each other, a 20 foot flying beast appears, then Atlantis is destroyed by fire and sinks in the flood. Monitors have been added for effect and kids love this show, so it gets crowded early with presentations every hour starting at 10 a.m. daily.

3)Paradise Blvd. This can be a disaster some days so be warned this is hit or miss. On a good day you can travel from Sahara Ave to McCarran Airport in 15-20 minutes. If Paradise Blvd is bogging down you can make a left and go to Swenson take that street to Harmon Ave where you will make a right turn then a left at the first light. Which will get you back to Paradise. Confusing? Print this article and follow the directions it will all make sense.

“You will be guided safely through new poses with focus on structure and alignment and learn how to link asanas or poses with breath in an exploration of vinyasa,” states the studio website.

A car certainly isn’t necessary in Las Vegas. Most of the hotels have free shuttles to and from the airport. Even when we drive, we end up purchasing all day bus passes. They are an unbeatable bargain; five bucks takes you from the furthest Southern tip of the Strip, and all the way north down to Fremont Street. It’s easy too-there are bus stops on almost every block, and busses arrive about every five or so minutes. An all-day bus pass is the best way to explore the entire strip. Plan it all out with one of the ubiquitous brochure maps available at all hotels, or just ride and stop on your whim. And finish your drinks before you board–no food or drinks are allowed on the bus.

There’s another and larger food court on the top floor of the newly opened fashion show mall that has several great and cheap options. Sushi and Japanese food lovers will be happy to find Ichiban. I ordered 9 Florida veggie rolls and it was under .

The Forum Shops began the entertainment malls of Las Vegas in 1992 as I remember it, and they still do a captivating job. The domed ceiling is sky painted and constantly changes from night to day and back at such a slow pace it seems real. Underneath this ceiling art you’ll find 160 shops and 13 restaurants designed to look like businesses along an Italian street. The latest addition includes a fabulously artistic three-story entrance on The Strip, with an indoor courtyard and one of only two circular escalators in the world. Without having to go into the casino, the Forum stands on its own as a destination while using Caesars’ free parking.

While in Vegas it never hurts to take in a show or two. Get wild with your gal pal and head out to see the buff and sexy bodies of the men of the Thunder from Down Under. Although this is a slightly cheesy show, the screaming silliness of it all will demand that you and your girls let loose in a roll of hilarity and giddiness.