Thursday, March 19, 2015

Las Vegas - Travel Tips




To get from the airport to your hotel in style, you may consider taking a limousine.  The airport also runs a shuttle service and there are several taxi services you can employ. 

    Remote check in has become quite popular.  If you are staying at Paris, MGM Grand, Bally's, Caesar's Palace, or the Flamingo, you are able to check in once you get to the airport.  They give you your room key at the airport and you can go straight to your room without the hassle of waiting in line at the front desk. 

    There are several free guides to tell you what is going on at any given time in Las Vegas.  “What's On” magazine will tell you about all of the buffets, shows, restaurants and malls in the area.  It also has multiple ads for tours for the Grand Canyon, Hoover Dam, and Death Valley.

    Bring a bottle of water with you wherever you go.  Because of the dry air of the desert setting, you can lose more fluid than you think.  Always stop and get some water or a drink every few hours to rehydrate yourself. 

Always be careful with your purse or wallet.  This is especially true around crowds.  At the Fremont Street Experience, there are a lot of people standing around and it is a pickpocket's heaven.  Somebody may accidentally bump into you.  Check your pockets afterward.

    Don't try to walk from Fremont Street back to the strip.  You will walk through area where there are not a lot of people even in the daytime.  Ladies, be especially careful.

    When crossing the street, make sure to use the crosswalks.  You can be fined for not following the sign.  Also, wait for the WALK before you cross.  Local people will fly down the strip and you could be injured.  Many of the people driving cars are also tourists who are sightseeing while driving and not paying complete attention to the road.

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