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Are you in Paris or Las Vegas? Ride to the peak of the 46-story replica of the Eiffel Tower in the glass elevators and you'll find you're in both places at once! At the observation deck on top, you will behold a breathtaking view of the Las Vegas Strip from 540 feet (165 meters) up. The 11th-floor Eiffel Tower Restaurant is formal dining at its finest; reservations are necessary. Tickets are available at the Tower.
When most people imagine Las Vegas, the first thing that comes to mind is The Strip - the four mile stretch of South Las Vegas Boulevard with all the famous casinos and hotels. Bordered by Mandalay Bay on the south and the Stratosphere on the north, visitors can enjoy over 30 casinos which are attractions themselves. Fabulous shopping, dining, and world-class entertainment can all be found here. Pick up the latest designer bag in the boutiques at the Forum Shops in Caesars Palace Hotel Casino. Or peruse the Grand Canal Shoppes in the Venetian Resort & Casino. Watch the dancing Fountains at Bellagio, or take in an imported Broadway show. Attempts have been made to make The Strip more pedestrian-friendly by adding footbridges, free shuttles, cable-pulled trams, and the Las Vegas Monorail.
The Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Garden is one of Las Vegas' claims to fame. The garden is a sanctuary to more than 7,500 flowers, which are well-kept by 140 horticulturists. With its beautifully placed gazebos, ponds, bridges and water fountains, it's a refreshing oasis amidst the city. It's a delight to stroll through this riot of colors during the day with the light pouring in from the glass ceiling. The night tours are equally exotic with the stars overhead giving the garden a tranquil, fairy-tale feel.
The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas is a luxurious hotel in the heart of the city. It is home to the Boulevard Pool that metamorphoses into an ice skating rink during winter. Head here for skating activities in view by the breathtaking Las Vegas skyline. Enjoy their food menu including marshmallows and hot chocolate, and tomato soup and grilled cheese.
Located on a lush 15-acre (six-hectare) landscape at the Flamingo Hotel & Casino, this wildlife habitat is home to exotic birds, fish and turtles, rare to find in the Nevada desert. Surrounded by waterfalls and breathtaking flora, explore ponds filled with koi fish and turtles, and islands dotted with pelicans, ducks and swans. The flamingo island, home to a flamboyant flock of pink flamingos is especially popular. This attraction promises an enjoyable time for the whole family. Admission is free.
Spread across 300,000 square feet (27,870.90 square meters), The Linq is a magnificent shopping district. It is not only retail therapy but it is a foodie haunt and an entertainment zone as well. Located in the heart of the Strip, it houses the likes of the gigantic Brooklyn Bowl, O’Sheas, F.A.M.E, Haute Doggery and Yard House for a culinary trip. Shoppers will be delighted by their boutiques such as 12A.M Run, Bella Scarpa, Koto and Ruby Blue. However the main attraction is the High Roller, touted to be the tallest observation wheel of the world . Featuring 28 circular, glass-walled cabins, you can take a thrilling 30 minute ride with unrivaled views of the city. Each cabin is unique and can accommodate up to 40 people. Whatever the reasons be to visiting The Linq, you can be assured of a memorable time.
Located at the Las Vegas Strip, City Center is a premiere urban complex that spans to a total of a whopping 16,797,000 square feet (1,560,500 square meters). This iconic complex includes several landmarks on the Sin City's skyline like the magnificent Aria Resort and the splendid Mandarin Oriental. The popular CityCenter Tram, now called the Aria Express connects significant points throughout the CityCenter area. Although the urban complex has been much critizied by conservationists, City Center can hardly be ignored as a beacon of technological advances and a reflection of the turn of yet another century.
The High Roller is certainly high! At 550 feet (167.6 meters) tall, this is one of the largest observation wheels in the world. Step into an enclosed glass cabin and enjoy a view of The Strip like no other. One trip takes about 30 minutes, ensuring that you'll have plenty of time to take photos from every angle. Each cabin can hold up to 40 people, so bring along your friends and enjoy the view. Prices change depending on the time of day, so check the website for more details.