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If you need a day away from the overwhelming saturation of Las Vegas, a trip to Boulder City to see the Hoover Dam is one everyone should make at least once. The scenery, the magnificence of the dam, and the history at the Boulder City/Hoover Dam Museum make the trip unforgettable, even though the heat in the middle of day is almost unbearable. For a truly beautiful experience the Valley of Fire State Park is located only 55 miles northeast of Las vegas. With petrified wood and 3,000 year old petroglyph the park is a stunning experience.

When it comes to nightlife the Las vegas Strip has some the greatest and well known entertainment around. There are also various nightclubs and adult entertainment establishments also known as Las vegas strip clubs. If you are not too worn from you daytime activities than the Las Vegas nightlife will impress you greatly.

5)Reno Dr which turns into Koval Ln. This move is how the cabbies get back to the casinos. Reno Dr from Mandalay Bay and Luxor area you can take this road all the way to the back parking lot of The Venetian and Harrah’s. It will take you 15 minutes even when there is construction along the way.

The Canyon Ranch Spa/Club in The Venetian/The Palazzo offers more yoga and fitness classes than any other spa on the strip. It is a great place to plan your own mini-boot camp followed with a deep cleansing in the recently renovated, mind-blowing spa.

To check out Romeo’s work visit the fashion show mall located at 3200 Las Vegas Boulevard South. Saks Fifth Avenue is open Monday through Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., Thursday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., Saturday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., and Sunday from 12 p.m. to 7 p.m. Customers who shop in the store will be able to purchase Romeo’s work.

A sampling: Tacos and Tequila at Luxor; Marche Bacchus at the manmade lake near Summerlin; Barcelona Tapas Bar in Highland Hills; and Daddy Mac’s, the Sinatra-themed restaurant in Henderson.

Get two adult general-admission tickets for (a value), or four adult general-admission tickets for (a value), to the 8,000-square-foot Atomic Testing Museum, an affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution. Exhibits include a simulated atomic blast, an overview of the Manhattan Project and a 6-foot I-beam from the wreckage of the World Trade Center, plus hands-on and interactive displays. Vouchers expire April 5, 2012. Limit five per person, may buy an additional five as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Get this deal.