It was my first time in San Diego, or actually my first time out to the West coast so we wanted to make the best out of our short trip. What a memorable adventure this was. From listening to the waves of the Pacific Ocean, to standing in awe of the Grand Canyon and sliding down the sand dunes in Brawley, this was a trip to remember for a lifetime! A lot of this letter was a reflection of this trip, where in hindsight I should’ve just took more time off to enjoy.
We flew into San Diego where Carl’s parents live and set off to our first stop, Las Vegas. This trip was more for sightseeing and not so much the nightlife so we stayed at a Holiday Inn off the strip (which was still nice and cheaper). We only spent a full day in Vegas so we did some shopping at the Premium Outlet, had a delicious buffet dinner at the Bellagio and toured the hotels at night. Most stores on the Vegas strip stays open till midnight so Carl and I did some damage.
Our next stop was the Lake Mead National Recreational Area, which was only a 50 minute drive away. This area consists of Lake Mead with smaller lakes like Lake Mohave – reservoirs on the river created by Hoover Dam and Davis Dam surrounded by desert terrain and wilderness. On the drive up, you get to see the depth of the reservoirs and the different shades in the rocks. This portion of the trip took around 2 hours just to get out of the car and take some pictures.
Then we were off to check off one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the world from our Bucket List, the majestic Grand Canyon. The Grand Canyon is a steep-sided canyon defined by the Colorado River with nearly 2 billion years of geological history. Also something to keep in mind, we went on this trip in May, and considering the fact that it was more desert areas we only packed shorts with us – this was a mistake! At 7,000 feet above sea level, even in May, the weather was quite chilly. We spent the next day here and stayed at the Grand Canyon national Park Lodges. If this is where you’d like to stay, you must book months in advance!
After a 2 hour drive, we got to my favourite place on this trip, but also a place where my naive 22 year old self I didn’t spend enough time appreciating (instead, we visited a random but decent outlet mall!). Up until this trip, I had never seen naturally coloured red rocks before. As Sedona’s main attraction, the famous red rocks are formed by a layer of rock known as the Schnebly Hill Formation. The Schnebly Hill Formation is a thick layer of red to orange-colored sandstone found only in the Sedona vicinity (wiki). That night, we drove into a small parking area off the main road turned off the car and gazed out in the sky. To this day, I can still remember how clear the night sky was. Given the opportunity, I would definitely go back.
From the red rocks of Sedona, we made our last stop to the Imperial Sand Dunes Cahuilla Ranger Station. The Imperial Sand Dunes are the largest sand dunes open to off-highway vehicle use in the United States. The dunes begin 10 miles southeast of Niland and stretch all the way into Mexico, over 40 miles away (ISDRA Sand Dune Guide). Standing on top of the sand dunes, it felt like the endless Arabian desert minus the heat. The sand was cool to touch and fine to sand on. There is the opportunity to rent an ATV, unfortunately for Carl, it was closed by the time we got there but what we did get to see was the incredible sunset with layers of vibrant colours. This night was also a special night to remember, Carl tried his first heart-attack-Double-Down from KFC.
And this concluded our 7 day road trip to some of the coolest places by the West Coast. We’re quite proud to conclude that on this trip, we drove more than 1,200 miles (that’s almost 2,000 kms) and more than 20 hours of total driving time – talk about a road trip!
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Las Vegas remains to be one of the most popular destinations for travelers from all over the world. Statistics from 2013 showed that Sin City, widely known as the Gambling Capital of the World, received nearly 40 million visitors. With global travel becoming more affordable now more than ever, this number continues to rise, and Vegas remains to be a must-see among many travelers' books.
But it's always important for us to plan ahead, and with PEW Internet Research showing that 58% of Americans now own a smartphone, and Gaming Realms, the owners of mobile gaming website Spin Genie, saying that growth in mobile internet is the most potent force in the internet landscape, there's no excuse to not use them to plan your trip to Vegas.
Apps are now a huge focus for many tech companies today especially for niches like travel. So, with such a drive to create the most informative apps on the market, what apps are really catching the eye when it comes to planning for Vegas vacations?
Firstly, there's Vegas Mate, which is perfect for people who have never ventured to Las Vegas before, as it can prove to be helpful when trying to navigate the city. It's basically a digital travel guide that covers all bases including directions, restaurants, live entertainment recommendations and even helps you book a cab if you need to.
Additionally, the app is also compatible with renowned restaurant app Open Table, so it'll aid you in securing reservation at any restaurant within the city. It's available on iPhone or iPad and is completely free. But the best part about Vegas Mate is that fact that the user can source information and articles from all the local newspapers if needed.
Also, there's Las Vegas Guide which is a GPS-based app that has all the facilities of Vegas Mate and more. During your trip, you can "create your own trip journal" within the app and log pictures. Read the thousands of user reviews from fellow Las Vegas Guide community members as well as reading up on facts about the city.
This app is also free to download and it works offline. Like Vegas Mate this is also a perfect platform the help you in booking anything from restaurant reservations; to hotels; to a day at the spa. It comes highly recommended and has a very large community of users.
If you have any useful Vegas-themed apps that have helped you explore the vast realms of the city, let us know!
About The Author
Niel Race has spent the past three years visiting the world's most popular tourist destinations. Working as a digital nomad, Niel has found the perfect way to use his love for all things tech to make his travels easier and more organized. After spending the past two weeks in Las Vegas, he plans to travel to Angkor Wat in Cambodia for a change of pace.
In the grand pantheon of arousing audio/visual entertainment, food based television ranks second only to hardcore porn. They are very similar if you really stop to think about it. Both give us a graphic, up close and personal look at the satiation of very deep, primal biological urges.
That is why food television is more popular than ever nowadays. Those images of succulent, sizzling meats and decadent, delightful desserts captivate us at a very basal level. Even without the smell of the entrees on the screen, your mouth starts to water.
Keeping this correlation between food and sex in mind, an all you can eat challenge must be analogous to a hedonistic orgy. That realization is the reason I laughed hysterically when my brother in arms, Rome, called me and said, “Ice, on the next trip, we gotta do an eating challenge.”
The Las Vegas strip seems like an ideal place to find an eating challenge. There is a massive buffet in every hotel on Las Vegas Blvd. Nobody is on the strip is looking competition in the eye and daring them to eat like a champ, though. To find a restaurant offering a challenge like that you have to go off the strip to a pizza restaurant called The Original Graziano’s on 8410 W. Desert Inn Road.
On the surface, Graziano’s appears to be a tame, sedated, family oriented neighborhood pizza place. The décor is half sports motif, half family entertainment. The menu offers many classic Italian American favorites as well as fried chicken, sub sandwiches and desserts.
Rome and I decided to kick off our tour of Las Vegas and the surrounding desert by taking on Graziano’s famous monster pizza challenge.
The rules are simple. You and a partner have 45 minutes to devour the whole pizza. If you win, you get 2 t-shirts, 2 coupons for free pizza. (Who would want more pizza after finishing the monster?!?) And The Monster is on the house, of course, and it comes with bragging rights.
If you lose, you have to shell out $50.00 for the pizza and your face is forever plastered on the wall of shame.
Never the kind of guys that back down from a challenge, Rome and I strolled into Graziano’s late one evening and ordered the monster. The young lady that took our order looked at us and said “Do you know what you’re getting into”? Rome and I laughed like the fools we are and said “Yeah, no problem.”
The young cashier called out to the shift manager in the back and he took us through the rules of the challenge and gave us some tips. Once we were briefed, we sat at our table and waited for the monster to come out of the oven.
When it finally arrived at our table about 30 minutes later, Rome and I glanced at each other with the fear of an impending defeat washing away all of the machismo we had in our hearts just minutes earlier. This pizza was MASSIVE. 24 inches in diameter and an inch thick with crust before you even account for cheese and toppings.
We sat at opposite ends of the giant pizza tray and the shift manager counted us down. 3, 2, 1...the timer was started and we were off. The first bite was absolutely delicious. The thick crust melted like butter underneath the zesty layer of sauce and cornucopia of toppings. This was the point in the competition were we felt good and had a robust fighting spirit.
We had not eaten a thing all day -- a technique that Rome and I still argue about today. He feels like he could have eaten more if he had eaten something during the course of the day. I say we were screwed from jumpstreet!
The pizza was sliced into 36 slices. After about 8 slices each, The Monster jumped on our backs and began its wicked reign of gastrointestinal terror. “Come on Ice, don’t stop now!”, shouted Rome while snagging another slice from the beast.
After 9 slices a piece, we stopped and talked. We both admitted to each other that we were about to explode. This admission is monumental for us because we are the quintessential pseudo tough guys in perpetual competition.
If Rome was actually admitting that he was full, that means he was full two slices ago! We came to the agreement that we would each eat four more slices and discuss our strategy after that. There was still plenty of time on the clock, but the spaces in our stomachs were shrinking away with every bite.
The crust was now unchewable. My jaw was sore. The toppings felt like speed bumps working their way down my fatigued gullet. Neither one of us got those four more slices down. After a total of only 12 slices a piece, we took our final sips of lemonade to wash it all down and threw in our napkins.
The shift manager came over and congratulated us on our valiant effort. He then mocked us as he took our dejected pictures for the Graziano’s Wall of Shame. To add insult to injury, he then asked us if we wanted a carry out box for the pizza we were leaving behind!
At that very moment, I thought to myself I would never want to look at a pizza again for as long as I lived. Rome and I waddled our cheese filled bodies out of Graziano’s and plopped down in our car with our heads hung in defeat.
“Next time we should do chicken wings”, Rome said before he cranked up the rental Ford Taurus and backed out of the parking space. Exactly one week later, I ordered pizza and it was delicious. Some people never learn!
The last time I paid a visit to Sin City was when I was 10 years old, approximately 13 years ago, to visit relatives. As one would guess, I wasn't able to partake in any wickedness the city is known for. I made up for that with my recent trip to Vegas.
I had covered the basics of Las Vegas in 2000; touring the Strip, seeing Sigfried & Roy's white tigers, going on the New York, New York roller coaster, taking in the light show on Fremont Street, and the like. This time around, yours truly got to see a whole lot more of Las Vegas. Unfortunately I can't share everything with you, (what happens there stays there, remember?) but will be happy to tell you my travels and tips!
Our hotel view-love those mountains!
My three-day trip first began when my boyfriend and I (whom I will refer to as 'S') got a good price on a hotel not too far from the strip. They had a great deal going on at check-in where for $50 dollars you could pick two tickets to a large variety of shows, plus get 2 free buffets and $50 worth of playing money at the Luxor. Sounds awesome, right!? Like any deal, it was mostly too good to be true, as we had to endure a 1.5 hour spiel about time shares. But, we got an additional free lunch out of the offer, and once the presentation was over we were on our way (and feeling pretty good we didn't cave and buy).
For the show, we chose Cirque du Soleil's Mystere. I had previously seen Saltimbanco and loved it, and wanted to add another Cirque show to my plate. Mystere was interesting, for lack of a better word. The acrobatics were amazing, but I was a little thrown off by the theme-and the adult baby that kept making an appearance throughout the show. Don't get me wrong, it was a great show, but I probably would not go see it again. After the show we decided to take a stroll down the Strip and use our gambling money at the Luxor. I had forgotten how much fun it is to see the hotels and all that they offer! In the casino, I decided to try my hand at Black Jack, which I had never played before (or any card games, for that matter). Both me and S ended up ahead, so we erred on the side of caution and decided to stop. It was so much fun though-I can't wait to play again! After that, we headed down to the buffet area and I was overwhelmed at first. Sure, I'd been to a buffet before, but nothing like that. I spent a good five minutes planning my strategy and execution, and quickly decided salad bar was out. Who was I kidding, I was going to end up with five desserts anyway, so no need to have salad take up any space. Even after all that planning, I ended up taking those desserts but not having room for any of them. Later, we decided to go out on the town. I foolishly wore a pair of black heels that night that I hadn't worn for over a couple hours at a time, and by this point I'd been wearing them all day. So naturally, by 9 PM, I wasn't up to much walking. I decided to power through it as this was our only night to live it up in Vegas. We went to a couple bars but realized it probably wasn't the best night to go as it was a Wednesday night during the off-season, and there were not many people around. That didn't stop us from having a good time, though. After an hour or so I suddenly remembered that I had to check off one of my Bucket List items: dancing on the bar at Coyote Ugly. Ever since I had seen that movie I promised myself I would do it one day. Not wanting to disappoint my 12 year old self, we went to New York New York and visited the bar there. It was not very crowded and I wasn't so sure about getting up there anymore, and I kept waiting for a good song to come on. Finally after about 5 subpar songs, I decided to just get up there. I danced around to a stupid 80's song and came back down. Sadly, it wasn't up to my expectations, but I was glad to be able to check it off my Bucket List! Next time I'll have to visit the real Coyote Ugly-Hogs and Heifers Saloon, and maybe then I'll feel a bit more satisfied.
The Strip At Night
The next day, we got up early and went back to the strip. We had originally planned on going swimming, but as luck would have it we were there during an unseasonably cold streak, so we decided to visit as many hotels as we could and do some exploring. With so many different themes and activities, it's hard to pick a favorite hotel! I really liked the style of the Venetian, with the indoor canal and gondola rides available. It let us have a small taste of what Venice might be like.
When I was 10, I remember walking into the MGM and having that feeling of being overwhelmed and in awe of the sheer size of everything. This time around, I was starting to wonder if I'd get that feeling again. We had stepped inside nearly every hotel on the Strip and while I admired every one of them, I still hadn't gotten that "feeling". Granted, I was about 4 feet tall back then so everything looked bigger-but still. Finally, the lobby of the Luxor changed my view-it was huge! I was a happy camper and glad to have the feeling of awe back.
The Luxor Lobby
That night, S told me he had a surprise for me and of course a thousand things were running through my head; A helicopter ride over the city? Tickets to a sumo-wrestling match? A life size sculpture of me made out of candy? After all, this was Vegas and virtually anything could be possible. He led me to the Mirage Hotel and there he surprised me with tickets to the Beatles Love Cirque du Soleil show. I had wanted to see this show SO BADLY and had a hard time trying to contain my excitement. After jumping up and down and making a bit of a scene, we waited in line for the doors to open. Finally we were let in to the lobby and it was awesome, it was decorated exactly like I imagined it would be; tons of colors, fun props and of course, Beatles music.
Walking into a Beatles Wonderland
We were then led to our seats and I kept wondering when the guy would stop walking and point us in the direction-he kept getting closer and closer to the stage and I started getting more and more excited, until we were directly in front of the stage in the first row. I looked at S and thought there must be some mistake-I had never been this close at a show before. It wasn't a mistake, so I sat down and thanked my lucky stars-and S-and waited for the show to begin. It is hard to describe the whole show, and I don't want to give anything away, but it was honestly the BEST show I had ever seen in my life. If you love Beatles music, or even like it somewhat, you have to see this at some point. It showcased a good 20 songs, and every song had its own theme. There was so much going on, and I would say it was a 4D experience. I was amazed throughout the whole show, and didn't want it to end. If you ever have a chance, GO SEE IT!
After the show, we headed back to the hotel to get a good night's sleep, as we had to get up at 5 AM the next morning! We had purchased tickets for a bus trip to the Grand Canyon and Skywalk, and while I was excited it was hard to be enthusiastic about anything at 5 in the morning. Since we purchased the tickets online, I wasn't sure what to expect about the whole thing, but once we got to the tour headquarters I felt more at ease. They gave us more detailed information and sent us off with coffee and a granola bar. Our bus driver was great-really funny and knowledgable. We drove through Las Vegas and the surrounding counties until we hit the Hoover Dam. I hadn't seen it before, so it was nice to have a few minutes for pictures.
After that, we got back on the bus for another two hours. I hadn't realized how far away the Grand Canyon was from the Vegas area. I had always assumed it was pretty close but it is actually a good 3 hours away. No wonder this trip was designated 12 hours on the website! But, our tour guide had great commentary along the way and entertained us pretty well. After a long and bumpy road, we had finally made it to the Grand Canyon! It was definitely worth the drive as it's not very often you get to see a view like this:
The Grand Canyon experience was different than I imagined. I had always pictured it as being very sunny and hot, while climbing up and down various hills and spotting tourists on donkeys every now and then (blame it on the movies, or maybe I just totally made all that up in my head). It was a tad different, as we were there in November in the coldest week they'd had (low 50's), and it was cloudy and windy. Also, I didn't spot any donkeys. However, the weather didn't change the amazing view of the Canyon, and it was truly spectacular. It definitely put things into perspective for me, seeing something so naturally breathtaking. I also never knew how close you could get to the drop-offs as there are no barriers! You could literally fall right off! Every time I got about five feet from the edge I got a little dizzy and a big adrenaline rush and decided to knock it off and be sensible. S and I had a really fun time with our mini photo shoot and have some great pictures to show for it.
We also had tickets to the Skywalk, which is pictured above. It's built so it juts out approximately 70 feet over the edge and the drop from the Skywalk to the ground below is between 500-800 feet. The floor is made entirely of glass. Camera's and any other personal items are not allowed on the Skywalk, so if you want a picture you have to purchase one. There are a couple photographers on the walk that take multiple pictures of you in different poses. We ended up choosing one that looked like we were about to fall off the ledge. Yeah, a bit cheesy, but you just gotta do those things once in awhile. We were able to stay on the Skywalk for about 10 to 15 minutes. If you ever visit the Canyon, I would say spend the extra money and get a Skywalk ticket, it was definitely worth it and added a unique perspective of the Canyon.
After the SkyWalk we had one more trip to the Hualapai Ranch, a Western/Cowboy themed place not far from the Skywalk. The brochure said there would be a "Wild West Show", so again, I got excited thinking it would be like the movies; an old fashioned cowboy quick draw. It may have been because we were there during the off-season, but it looked more like a ghost town than anything else. There wasn't any type of show to see, but there were little stations set up where you could throw a tomahawk, learn how to rope, and quick draw. We tried our hands at roping and it's a lot harder than it looks! I was a little better at the tomahawk throw-and a little better than S. :)
It wasn't perfect, but at least I hit the board!
We ended our trip with a red-eye flight back home, very tired but happy we could fit so much in our 3 day trip. Las Vegas has so much to offer, you definitely can't see it all in one vacation. I can't wait to come back and make some more memories! What's your favorite Vegas memory?
Are you in for an out of this world getaway along with your family? Well, pack up your travel bags, buckle your shoes, and brace yourselves with the wonderful surprises in the 5 featured cities awaiting you! And before leaving the 5 most fantastic cities in the world, make sure to get S.A.F.E.: Sceneries, Accommodations and Lodging, Foods and Beverages, and Entertainment.
Orlando City, Florida: The Magic within “The City Beautiful”
Just when you thought that Orlando is just about Disney, now think again. There is more to this city than be amused with this theme park. Within Orlando, it is stuffed with activities to cherish!
S: Harry P. Leu Gardens and Lake Eola Park
Everyone is entitled to take a wide-eye glimpse to the idyllic landscapes just in Harry P. Leu Gardens. It is filled with nature trails, oak trees, flowers, lakes and so on. If you want an additional fun, take the Lake Eola Park at Downtown Orlando. Escape from the busy streets with this nature park. It also has a lake, Chinese pagoda, Confederate States of America monuments, and many more!
A: Discount Vacation Rentals Online
When it comes to Orlando home rentals, DVRO is the companion of the tourists. It offers satisfaction guaranteed service from the staff plus cheap rates! The company also provides condos and townhouses just near to Orlando, such as Encantada Resort and Vista Cay.
F: Ceviche Tapas Bar & Restaurant and Tommy Bahama’s Restaurant & Bar
Let Orlando feed you with some sumptuous dining options! First on the list is Ceviche Tapas Bar & Restaurant. They serve Northern Spanish cuisines, such as a hundred versions of tapas, paellas, and cazuellas. On the other hand, the inviting atmosphere and recipes at Tommy Bahama’s Restaurant & Bar will smother you with delight! It is very famous for serving the Coconut Shrimp and Pina Colada Cake.
E: Wallaby Ranch and Kennedy Space Center
Dreaming to fly high or navigate the galaxy? Do both of these adventure only at Orlando’s Wallaby Ranch and Kennedy Space Center. Wallaby Ranch enables you to do hand gliding or aerotowing. The company ensures safety and a frenzied ride you will never forget. On the other hand, going to Kennedy Space Center is like an experience of being an astronaut. The space theme park offers you a chance to realistically traverse the heavenly bodies!
Lhasa City: An Escapade in the Roof of the World
Isn’t it interesting to know that this Tibetan city has the highest altitude in the world? This city indeed is worth visiting as you unveil their culture, beauty and sceneries peculiar to other territories.
S: The Potala Palace
This protected site of Lhasa was once a mythical palace depicting the rich culture of the Tibetans. It showcases a great array of precious sculptures, murals, scripture, Buddha figures, and religious jewelry. Making a plus to these is its Buddhist abode that was declared as a cultural heritage site.
A: Casa Lhasa in Playa del Carmen
This is a wonderful villa located very near to the La Quinta Avenida, a center of shopping and dining areas. It also offers various activities found in theme parks, golf courses, and many more! You will also be amazed with the home’s authentic design and complete amenities.
F: Ganglamedo Café Bar
An exquisite food with an equally exquisite ambiance—this is the perfect equation of Ganglamedo Café Bar. Dine in this place and you will know what I’m saying about a diet of mutton, beef and tea. While sipping a cup of café or churning Tibetan, Nepali, or Chinese cuisines, you can also appreciate the Tibetan arts and crafts.
E: The Xinshiji Langma Hall
Let Tibetans show their artistic skills as they dance and sing along at Xinshiji Langma Hall. Seeing the Tibetans’ bravado in performance, you would be enticed and prefer to stay here longer!
Havana City: A Journey to the Caribbean
Have an escapade with the Spanish-speaking capital of Cuba. This leading cultural center of the country is a tourist magnet, with various attractions to watch for.
S: Old Havana
Established in 1519, this significant Cuban attraction is one of the most extraordinary places in Earth. Everything inside Old Havana is a tourist site itself: the cars, music, food, houses, people, history, and the like!
A: Cuban Villa With Pool
This Caribbean-style abode is composed of two floors, with 3 big bedrooms, terrace, balconies, and other great amenities! Not only that, it also has a maid service, free internet, and enhanced security.
F: El Aljibe Farm
Just a few rides from downtown Havana and you will taste the delectable and mouthwatering delicacies of Cuba. Their specialty is the El Aljibe Chicken. You will also feel delighted with the home style and traditional designs of the restaurant.
E: The Havana Tropicana Show
Ecstatic energy and colorful hues will reverberate in your Havana trip as you witness their one-of-a-kind Havana Tropicana Show. It is a combination of graceful dances, glamorous and sensual costumes, amazing performances, and upbeat Cuban music.
Muscat: The Treasured City of Oman
Oman’s capital city stands high among the cities with interesting tourist places to enjoy. The place became a famous place to visit for their several elegant mosques, museums, and many others. Take a tour around this one of the 5 most fantastic cities in the world.
S: Al Qaboos Grand Mosque
Once upon a time in Muscat, Sultan Qaboos edified a Grand Mosque which has now become a tourist site for its enticing architectural design. You can find the world’s second largest hand-woven carpet and one bunch of wonderful chandeliers.
A: Shangri-La’s Barr Al Jissah Resort and Spa
This hotel resort has been receiving positive acclaims both by the tourists and critics alike. It comprises three luxury hotels: Al Bandar (The Town), Al Waha (The Oasis), and Al Husn (The Castle), both offering you the best treats, accommodations and real time desert experience.
F: Al Tanoor
A guaranteed fine dining, plus an Omani atmosphere resonating around the restaurant, this place is perfect for you! Inside Al Tanoor is a peculiar dining place with Arabian tents, pottery, and vivacious hues suiting the sumptuous menu. It offers tempting recipes from Arabia, Persia, India and Turkey.
The sandy desert of Muscat is your circuit toward a fun and adventurous ride! This road trip has a trek which will achieve your need for speed. Gear up now and traverse the difficult desert through a durable 4WD automobile.
Las Vegas: The Entertainment Capital of the World
No city is more lively than Las Vegas, a placing oozing with anything fun, such as shopping areas, dining options, and many more! Aside from the countless beautiful and engaging establishments like casinos and hotels, this city has various attractions you must never miss.
S: Luxor Hotel
Among the most looked for is the ever extravagant model of the ancient Egypt in the land of competitive Caucasians named as the Luxor Hotel. It does not only speak of accommodation but also of fun and satisfaction to the eyes. It boasts its Vegas version and glass pyramid called King Tuts Tomb. A beam of light that can be seen all throughout Las Vegas is also ejected at night by the modern scenery.
A: Las Vegas Gem
This rental home is a great deal that the whole family can comfortably live temporarily. It has a pet-friendly service (pet fee applies), 4 beds, 3 bathrooms, and a resort style pool.
Fill you stomachs with mouth-watering French cuisines only at Palms Casino Resort’s Alize. For sure, your dining at the restaurant is a “bon appetit.” Be prepared to wolf down their masterpieces of fishes, meats, poultry, and their astounding wine!
E: Le Reve
Derived from the French word “The Dream,” this spectacle will surely tickle the fickle of your imagination as they will bring you a fantastic journey through a subconscious world. The theater show portray each dreams of ours. The design of the arena is a circular exquisite stage with tanks of water around it. The performers will execute provocative choreographies, aerial acrobatics, and mind blowing stunts.
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