What Happens on a Vegas Vacation…

While Las Vegas is home to countless casinos that can make your bank account wish what happened in Vegas really stayed in Vegas, Sin City has a lot more to offer than just slot machines.  The Parking Spot has some great ideas to get you headed in the right direction. Food & Dining While the number of incredible restaurants to choose from on your Las Vegas vacation might seem overwhelming, this means that it’s almost impossible not to find something you enjoy.  If you’re a Zagat’s follower, The Steak House at Circus is a meat-lover’s paradise and was voted the 2011 Top Steak House in Las Vegas.  It then received an outstanding rating in 2014. For French food, look no further than the Las Vegas Eiffel Tower. Iif you’re on a more generous budget, Restaurant Guy Savoy in Caesars Palace is one of the most highly regarded in the city. Restaurant Guy Savoy emulates a Parisian menu with authentic dishes like foie-gras and artichoke and black truffle soup that will give you a real taste of Paris. If you’re looking for Asian cuisine, Las Vegas has no shortage of great Japanese and sushi restaurants, either. The Grand Wok at MGM Grand offers a tasty cross-section of Chinese, Japanese, Thai, Korean, and Vietnamese dishes. The specialty Pan Fried Sea Bass and Shrimp Pad-Thai Noodles entrees are sure to keep any sophisticated palate satisfied. Entertainment When it comes to Las Vegas vacations, two things typically come to mind: casinos and shows. Las Vegas is home to some of the most exciting performances and shows anywhere, one of which is Celine Dion’s Colosseum extravaganza.  The Grammy Award winner can be seen at Caesar’s Palace where she performs her own hits as well as classics from the likes of Billy Joel and Ella Fitzgerald with powerful vocals and stunning visual presentations. Travelers can also see the legendary Blue Man Group at the Monte Carlo.  The Blue Man Group blends theatrics, art, music and science to create a breathtaking percussion-based show that audiences of all ages are sure to love. One last Vegas activity that shouldn’t be missed is seeing the Fountains of the Bellagio.  The iconic fountains produce a choreographed water performance set to music and light that takes place every thirty minutes before 8 p.m. and every 15 minutes from 8 p.m. until midnight. Even with so many exciting activities to choose from, Las Vegas travel plans don’t have to be overwhelming.  Start off your Vegas trip with affordable airport parking from The Parking Spot and you’ll be sure to hit the jackpot.    
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