The Bellagio Spa provides a luxurious backdrop to a mind/body yoga experience. You can take either an hour-long vinyassa flow class with Stephani Dawn or Jivamukti class with Cheryl Slader. Plan several hours to use the spa after your class.
We also tried some very nice restaurants. Vegas has really become quite the foodie destination. Many celebrity chefs have opened up some really nice places. Too bad we can’t afford to visit those, but if you’ve ever watched the food Network, you can taste the foods of Bobby Flay, Emeril, the Too Hot Tamales and many more.
Fremont Street is lined with vintage casinos that were built close together and bring back a nostalgic feeling. The many small souvenir shops have some of the lowest prices in town. Traffic is pedestrian only along the promenade, and push cart or kiosk type venders are scattered throughout. During the day the canopy acts as a sunshade, and at night it becomes the largest video screen in the world. Street performers are always available to entertain you. And there are several stages for free special events and major concerts which may include multiple events on many weekends.