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The Strip is so huge and offers so much the easiest way to see it all is dividing it in to separate parts Day one the North end of the strip starting at Flamingo Road. Wander around the Imperial Palace then head over to the Venetian for a gondola ride. Cross the Strip at Spring Mountain Road to the Fashion Show Mall for some early evening shopping. Then head on down to Treasure Island, as well as the Mirage, for a stroll threw these interesting theme casinos. Going down around after dark and the strip starts the evening magic, with volcanoes and sinking boats Treasure Island is a must see.
The south end of the strip offer just a s much or even more with the MGM Grand, Excalibur, Bally's, Mandalay Bay, the Luxor, the Bellagio, New York New York and the Tropicana. The monorail offer service between the MGM Grand and Bally's so choose one and start the day. The Cat will be need for some of the trips if you don't feel like walking. The path is yours to choose. Keep in Mind Las Vegas during the summer months is so warm that waiting till the afternoon to go exploring is usually he best way. The finally thing you should do today is head on eve to the Stratosphere and see the best view from anywhere in the city. Maybe consider a ride on the Bigshot for a quick adrenaline rush before you leave for a night out on the town. With Las Vegas being open 24 hour the nights just can go on and on. Most casinos have either roller coasters, botanical gardens, as well as many other attractions. Looking at the information for the hotel will tell you all each casino has to offer.
Take a break from all the casinos and check out some of the more natural beauty that Las Vegas has to offer. Red Rock Canyon for some rock-climbing and hiking. Keep in mind that the sun hit's with a furry in the desert. Check out some of the tour company's for service to the Grand Canyon, and other day trips. On any of these nights head on down to Fremont Street for the Fremont Street Experience. Sound and light shows abound under the roof. With shows stating at dark and continuing at the top of every hour this provides you with the old time Las Vegas that has be taken away with all the large casinos on the Strip. A quick drink and some early evening gambling Fremont St is fun for all young and old.