Posted by :GreciaPosted date : April 12, 2016In American HolidayComments Off on Why People Keep Going Back To Vegas
To say that Las Vegas has glitz and glamour is an understatement. This city has it all and by the bucket load. Just the strip itself is over six kilometers long, and it’s adorned along its entire length by clubs, bars, and casinos. It’s an extravaganza of epic proportions.
But you would have thought that the novelty of the place would have worn off by now. After all, there’s only so much money you can spend gambling and only so many cocktails you can drink. Not so.
Las Vegas has an uncanny ability to draw people back for more. Here’s how it does it.
Before the Hoover Dam was built, millions of acres of farmland used to be flooded each year. Not anymore. The dam, constructed in 1928 and named after President Hoover, holds back millions of tonnes of water.
The Dam has since become a major tourist attraction for the Las Vegas area. And it’s not surprising given how remarkable structure it is and how often it is featured in Hollywood films. Sites like www.viator.com offer tours of the Hoover Dam starting from $79.99.
Vegas plays host to some of the most spectacular shows in America, if not the world. You can watch renditions of David Copperfield or Jersey Boys live. In fact, over fifty shows are airing in Vegas just over the next few months, including Penn and Teller and The Mentalist. Sites like http://www.Vegastickets.com/Shows have more information on upcoming events.
It has been a dream of developers in Las Vegas to recreate the magical Italian city of Venice in Vegas itself. And they’ve largely done it – without the smell, of course. The Venetian is not, of course, of the scale of the real city of Venice. How could it be? But it is a little corner of Venice, complete with punts, in Vegas’s backyard.
The Bellagio is yet another creation of Steve Wynn, the man behind the original Wynn. During the 1980s and 1990s, Las Vegas was growing very quickly. But Wynn was worried about the direction that the city was taking. Developments along the strip seemed to lack class and sophistication.
Wynn’s response was the Bellagio, a celebration of Las Vegas’s style. The hotel has since become a monument to leisure. It hosts it’s own flower displays, which is all part of Wynn’s dream to make it the most elegant and high-quality resort in Vegas. The Bellagio combines comfort and romance in a way that no other place in Vegas.
Grecia is the author of tournavationmke.com. She loves to travel around the world and share her experience and knowledge about the travel industry, features about travel trends. Prior to travel writing, Grecia covered Internet and Technology articles and contributing for many other web blogs.