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1. The Las Vegas Strip at night. From Mandalay Bay to the Stratosphere. The exteriors of all the casinos are awesome to see. Do not walk the Vegas Strip, casinos seem a lot closer than they really are.

2. Freemont Street Experience, at night. See old Vegas with an upgrade. Freemont Street Experience is a good time especially on weekends when they have live bands playing and the streets are bustling. This is an attraction for people who want to slow things down a notch.

3. The Luxor Hotel. One of the biggest open atriums anywhere. The motif is really cool and the inclinators are a lot of fun to ride in. It is tough to get a ride in them unless you are staying there, but we did.

4. Red Rock Canyon. If you want to slow things down head out to Red Rock to see how beautiful Nevada can be.

5. The Rio All Suite Hotel. Go to check out the Buffets, The Carnival World Buffet, and The Village Seafood Buffet and while you are there check out the Parade in the sky.

6. The Venetian. The lobby is gorgeous with all the marble and make sure you look up at the ceilings while walking through. Make sure you go up to the second floor and check out the Grand Canal Shops and the Gondolas in the canal.

7. The Bellagio. There are two things here to checkout and first is the The Fountains of Bellagio any time of day or night and check out the Botanical Gardens inside just past the lobby, don?t forget to look-up while you are in the lobby to see the $3 million in glass flowers.

8. Caesars Palace. We love the old school vibe of Caesars. While you are in Caesars make sure you stop by and check out the Sports Book.

9. The M&M and Coca-Cola Museum. Just a good place to get out of the heat of the Vegas Heat.

10. MGM Grand. Just one huge Hotel. This is a good place just to go and hang-out.

11. Cirque du Soleil Shows. In our opinion one of the best Cirque shows is O, but they are all great.

12. Amazing Jonathan. A very funny show for the price, and not for children.

13. Binions Horseshoe. Just to see how Old Vegas used to look.

14. Cruising the Las Vegas Strip. Take some time and rent some transportation and drive up and down the Vegas Strip.