Top 12 Tips: Ten Things to Do in Las Vegas Based on Your Personality Type
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There are so many things to do in Las Vegas, even if you are not a gambler. In fact, it is better if you are not a gambler because you have more time to do other things. All personality types can find an inexpensive activity to suit their interests. Whether you are a romantic, a risk taker, artistic, an animal lover, or a Fashionista, you will find something for you.
1. Take a nighttime stroll along the strip to see the free fountain show at the Bellagio. If you are looking for a romantic setting this is perfect. Classical music plays while the illuminated fountains dance.
2. From there, walk over to the Venetian Hotel and Casino and take a gondola ride.
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The Risk Taker:
3. If you love heart-stopping, death-defying adventure, ride the Rollercoaster at New York New Yorkor visit the Adventuredome Theme Park.
4. Not afraid of heights? Go up into the Stratosphere. The Stratosphere Tower at the Stratosphere Hotel and Casino, that is. The panoramic view from the Stratosphere Tower is spectacular!
5. You can spend all day taking pictures inside and outside of the casinos. The casinos are manmade wonders.
7. You can admire The Paris Hotel and Casino'sEiffel Tower replica, which also houses a restaurant.
8. Just walking inside of the Wynn Hotel and Casino will make you feel like a million dollars.
9. Should you need last minute show tickets, walk to the Tickets Booth in the middle of the strip to see if you can find a good show. Do not expect a great selection, but if you are lucky, you may find something interesting. Also, try Tix4tonight.com. If all else fails and you have to pay full-price for a show, go to the box office a few hours before the show to see if they will offer any last minute reduced-priced tickets.
10. Fremont Street Experience is a must-see. A fabulous free light show starts at dusk. The display is overhead, so look up. This area is Old Vegas. Spend time at the legendary Four Queens Casino and the Golden Nugget, take a picture of the famous winking cowboy sign, and visit the souvenir shops in this area.
12. Shopping! Shopping! Shopping! Take your pick based on your budget... The Forum Shops at Caesar's Palace, the Wynn Hotel and Casino, Fashion Mall, Miracle Mile Mall, The Las Vegas PremiumOutlets, or the Las Vegas Outlets, just to name a few. Every casino has something for you to buy. Make sure to look through the free Las Vegas magazines for discount coupons.