During my first trip to Las Vegas I decided to visit every casino on the Las Vegas strip and created a list of 12 most ridiculous casinos you should visit.
Las Vegas is currently my favorite city in North-America. It is overwhelming seeing the amounts of money being pumped into this city.
Best Places in Las Vegas
1. Treasure Island
Why? Most relaxing outdoor pool party and great food
Why? Indoor venetian canals with a gondola ride, what else can I say
Why? The water fountain show
Why? Its a freaking pyramid
5. Caesars Palace
Why? You can get lost and never find your way out
6. Circus Circus
Why? It is one of the oldest casinos in Las Vegas
The temprature outside was a rocking 42 degrees celsius but due to low humedity levels it wasn't so bad and felt quite comfortable.
Why? Its a freaking castle
8. Mandalay Bay
Why? Best sushi in Las Vegas
Why? The zoo with lions
Why? XS night club, best in town
11. New York New York
Why? Come on, its New York City in Las Vegas
Why? Ultimate view of Las Vegas
I visited the most main casinos during my stay, mainly the ones on the strip like the Mandalay Bay, Luxor (where I stayed), Excalibur, New York-New York, Caesar's Palace, The Mirage, The Venetian, Treasure Island (where Estelle & Catherine stayed), Wynn & Encore.
Unfortunately it is a very expensive city, eating 2 rolls of sushi already cost me $45 USD at the Mandalay Bay, it was good but not for the amount of money paid.
Also drink prices in the clubs were out of this world. A beer was priced at $10-$12 USD and ticket prices could go up to $30 USD but you do get in return what you expect; a quality party, if not the craziest party.
4 days of absolute mayhem with only a few hours of sleep per night.
Some other cool facts: Las Vegas means "the meadows" in Spanish. In Nevada, there are more than 209,000 slot machines normally operating 24 hours a day, seven days a week. It's estimated that every day Las Vegas casinos give away $3 million of freebies (more than $1 billion per year) just to get customers through their doors. It's against the law to pawn your dentures in Las Vegas.