The foodie’s guide to Las Vegas Las Vegas may be famous for its casinos and entertainment, but the city also packs a punch when it comes to eateries. Here Blogger and Vegas fanatic Victoria Brewood tells us why Sin City is a foodie heaven and lists her favourites places to eat when she’s in town.
Rio Carnival is considered the largest in the world. See incredible samba queens and a rainbow of colour fill the streets. http://www.virginholidaysjourneys.co.uk/destination/item204405/latin-america/brazil
Freemont Street is where you will find the old school Vegas casinos like the 4 Queens and Golden Nugget (featuring a water slide through a shark tank). Even though it is old, it is not run down or left behind. Freemont Street runs straight through most of the big classic casinos, and is a perfect spot to get a drink from an outdoor bar, see some of the most unique street performers in the world, experience free live music
Chateau Paris Las Vegas The next door neighbor to Beer Park has a totally different atmosphere, with a nightclub and lounge that is popular for the likes of wild bachelorette parties and single guys out on the prowl. The outdoor patio is right underneath the Paris casino's Eiffel Tower replica and comes with second story views of the Bellagio fountains across the street.
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