After spending an exciting night in Hualapai Ranch in Grand Canyon, we started for Las Vegas the next day afternoon. We reached Las Vegas by evening. After relaxing for a couple of hours in our hotel (Excalibur), we were ready to explore the charming and glittering night in Vegas.
Our adventure started from the ground floor of our hotel. Hundreds of Casinos all around, loud music, and people were gambling and boozing. Sometimes the sound of all the Casinos were surpassing the loud music. I realized for the first time that this is another way to enjoy. I forgot many harsh realities of the world for the time being and tried drifting away with the crowd – I am in Vegas (the sin city) after all.I forgot many harsh realities of the world for the time being and tried drifting away with the crowd - I am in Vegas (the sin city) after all. #Travel #Lasvegas Click To Tweet
The vibrant night
We found various cards on the road. I quickly took some pictures!!!
While walking we were passing various beautiful and luxurious hotels and casinos.
One can never feel tired while taking a stroll on the streets of Vegas, especially when one gets to find some interesting advertisements.
The fountain of Bellagio
There are so many things to see and do in Las Vegas. One of the things that I thoroughly enjoyed in Vegas is the fountain of Bellagio. This show where water, music and light is beautifully interwoven is a must-see if you are in Vegas.
Glitz, glamour and grandeur is in full swing in the grand Caesars Palace. The complimentary Bellagio fountain in front of this palace is enchanting. Few drops of water that the wind carried to my face was refreshing indeed!
Bally’s Jubilee dance show
We have tasted the sin in our own way! At night we went to Bally’s Jubilee dance show, which is the longest-running burlesque dance show on the LasVegas Strip, something that I had seen for the first time but can’t complain of vulgarity. I enjoyed the music, the drama and some stunts in it. Since we weren’t supposed to click any pictures inside, I don’t have one to share with you all.
I felt that if we don’t gamble once before saying goodbye to Vegas then it would be a sin. So, we indulged ourselves in some gambling ($5 only!). We won as well and the ticket remained our memento. A sweet sin from this sin city.
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