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Strip Tease: Thing To Do And Not To Do Along The Vegas Strip

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By Mia Bolaris-Forget

If you’re considering Las Vegas for your destination wedding, honeymoon, or family vacation, but are having “second thoughts”, you may want to consider that “Sin City” has much more to offer than just lewd and lascivious sinsations.

In fact, between the architecture, fine dining, and eclectic entertainment, you can tons of clean, family-friendly fun.

Here are a list of Musts and Must Nots while you are there.


· Visit the Bellagio, the waterfront is breathtaking

· Take a Gondola ride at the Venetian

· Shop along the strip or at some of your favorite-featured hotel shops.

· Catch one of the shows (such as Cirque) along the strip

· Pay a visit to the dueling pianos at New York, New York

· Go star gazing by catch the Rehab Sundays at the pool at the Hard Rock Hotel

· Try to catch a helicopter ride to the Grand Canyon

· Visit Red Rock Canyon at sunset and the Valley of Fire

· Take a Tour of Hoover Dam

· Try playing the nickel slots, you spend less but have just as much fun.

· Splurge (if you can) on a luxury room in a hotel along the strip and opt for one along South Las Vegas Boulevard as opposed to North Las Vegas Blvd.

· Catch the laser light show in Downtown Vegas (Fremont Street)

· Indulge at the buffet at the Rio

· Try something different each night

· Check out the Wynn and the waterfalls by the bar and Boulud’s restaurant.

Must Nots:

· Avoid wearing heels, especially if you plan on taking in the sites, there’s lots of walking to do.

· Refrain from spending all your time, energy and money in the casino, gambling

· Don’t limit yourself to one of two casinos

· You musn’t forget your camera

· Don’t sleep in too late, there’s too much to see

· Don’t only plan a weekend stay, especially if it’s your first visit, you won’t have time to enjoy it all

· Avoid renting a car; the traffic (along the strip) is pretty heavy. Instead hoof it or rely on trans from casino to casino.

· Don’t get hooked into one of those time-share deals, no matter what perks they seem to offer.

· Avoid waiting in line for dinner and shows by calling and reserving ahead of time.

· Never leave home or your room without money or ID

· Avoid keeping you money in your wallet or purse

· Avoid talking to strangers

· Avoid the area between the Rio and the strip at night, it’s known for its unsavory sorts.

· Don’t walk from Fremont Street to the strip, it can be dangerous.

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