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If you happen to be traveling to Las Vegas this year then you are in for a treat. Vegas is known to be a city that never sleeps, as day or night there is always something going on, from visiting the Grand Canyon in the sunny weather to making a few wins on slot machines on the Strip. If you are a big fan of slots machines then you will be happy to know casinos especially on the Las Vegas Strip have all different types of slot machines including film and TV show themed ones. (more…)
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When enough people share a hobby there will invariably be places which pop up as the best places for enthusiasts to visit. Gambling is one of the oldest hobbies in the book, and it’s a hobby which is shared among millions of people around the world. As a result, if you’re looking to check out the very best casinos in the world you may have a little bit of traveling to do.
However, if you’re traveling across the world to engage in one of your favorite hobbies, it can be extremely rewarding getting out and seeing a few of the local sites. You can go to Vegas and play Blackjack to your heart’s content (be sure to get your game up to scratch with this academy style quiz), but that’s like going to Egypt and not seeing the Great Pyramid of Giza – sure the scuba was fun, but you can’t help but feel like you’ve missed a trick here. If you’re looking to get the greatest value out of your trip, here are a few extra places you can stop by while you’re in the area.
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Las Vegas is known as the capital of entertainment; an adult’s playground; the city of sin. However the in-city experts at the Las Vegas Power Pass have visited some of the more unconventional sites and attractions in Las Vegas – those more in tune with geeks than gamblers. Forget blackjack and casinos, this guide to Vegas is all about the unusual things to do from visiting the Atomic Testing Museum, to UFO spotting on the Extraterrestrial Highway.