Tuesday, November 29, 2016


Ski Trips Near Las Vegas

Ski trips may not be the first thing associated with the desert, but Las Vegas actually makes the perfect base camp for exploring the Southwest’s best ski resorts. The resorts on this list range from one to four hours away by car and make for reasonable day trips. All are open unless otherwise noted, and all offer equipment rentals and lessons from quality instructors. Arriving in time for the first chair will have you back in Vegas for last call! Editor’s note: There is no such thing as last call in Vegas.

Southern Nevada
Lee Canyon
Less than an hour from the Las Vegas Strip, the friendly confines of Lee Canyon offer a wintry reprieve from the hot slots. The resort features nearly 3,000 feet of total vertical drop. Three chair lifts deliver skiers to more than two dozen runs. Opening day for the 2016/2017 season is tentatively scheduled for Dec. 9. Every year during the first week of January, Lee Canyon celebrates Elvis’ birthday by offering $20 lift tickets for skiers dressed in Elvis costumes. The day will feature live music and culminate in a costume contest where one lucky skier will be crowned “King of the Mountain.”

Southern California
Big Bear Mountain Resort
Two different ski areas, Big Bear and Snow Summit, make up this massive Southern California resort. Those who make the nearly-four-hour drive to the San Bernardino National Forest are rewarded with 26 lifts spread out over approximately 35 miles of skiable terrain. Bundle up for night sessions on Snow Summit during select dates. Visitors can enjoy $51 lift tickets as well as food and beverage specials Feb. 5 in honor of Super Bowl 51.

Mount Baldy
A slightly less crowded option, Mount Baldy boasts 800 acres of slopes. The resort is home to the largest and steepest slopes in Southern California. Nearly 30 runs in total span three peaks. There is something for every type of skier with traditional runs, open bowls and powdery chutes. Opening day on Mount Baldy is tentatively scheduled for Dec. 17. While there, be sure to enjoy a locally brewed beer or two at The Notch, the resort’s bar and restaurant at 7,800 feet that commonly hosts beer festivals, wine tasting events and live music.

Southern Utah
Brian Head Resort
Set just north of Zion National Park, one of the country’s most beautiful swathes of land, Brian Head Resort is perfect for a day-long ski trip from Las Vegas at a little more than a three-hour drive away. Its eight chairlifts service more than 70 runs. The base elevation of 9,600 feet is the highest in Utah. The annual New Year’s Eve party kicks off with a torchlight parade down the mountain after sunset followed by a fireworks display not to be missed.

Eagle Point Resort
As the resort’s webpage succinctly states, Eagle Point Resort requires “a little more driving” for “a lot more value.” About an hour further north in Beaver, Utah, this five-lift resort features approximately 1,500 feet of vertical. If you like to venture beyond the boundaries, the resort has partnered with the National Forest Service to offer some of the country’s best backcountry terrain. There are several gates around the resort that allow access to the slopes of Fishlake National Forest. Eagle Point Resort is slated to open Dec. 17.

Northern Arizona
Elk Ridge
This quaint “ski and recreation area” in Williams, Ariz., is like the Cheers of ski resorts. By the time you’ve explored the handful of cleverly designed runs, which will be sometime just before lunch, everyone will know your name. One lift takes skiers to an elevation of about 8,100 feet. After the 18th time of navigating Laura Falls, you’ll be more than ready to throw down a few cold ones with the locals at White Stag Cafe. It’s at the bottom of the hill. You literally cannot miss it.

Arizona Snowbowl
Located on the western slope of Mount Humphreys, the tallest point in the state and the most recognizable point on the San Francisco Peaks, Arizona Snowbowl is one of the few places to ski in the state. Six aerial lifts and two surface conveyors deliver eager skiers to 40 runs, nearly half of which are rated as intermediate. The longest run on the mountain clocks in at a whopping 2 miles. Three different terrain parks will challenge even the most advanced skiers and riders.

Las Vegas may sit in a desert, but there is plenty of skiing to be done not too far away. For more fun facts and travel advice, follow VegasDaze on Facebook!

Tuesday, November 22, 2016


Happy Holidays from the Grand Canyon

Visiting the Grand Canyon during winter offers travelers willing to brave the cold weather many benefits. The park is much less crowded than during summer months. There’s something special about seeing this natural wonder with a light dusting of snow. But most importantly, there are plenty of holiday events in and around Grand Canyon National Park the whole family will enjoy.

On select dates and times beginning Nov. 11 through Jan. 6, Grand Canyon Railway, the historic railroad line that has ferried passengers to and from the park since 1901, is transformed into the Polar Express, bringing to life the classic children’s story. Families will delight at the enchanted nighttime jaunt from Williams, Ariz., through northern Arizona’s forest of snowy pines, all the way to the North Pole, where Santa Clause and his companions await with keepsakes for the children. Tickets for this approximately 90-minute journey start at just $25 for children.

On Nov. 26 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., the town of Williams, Ariz., will celebrate the holiday season with its annual Parade of Lights and Tree Lighting Ceremony. This timeless tradition takes place in the center of town. The parade begins at 6:30 p.m. at Ninth Street and will meander along historic Route 66. Join carolers, arts and crafts vendors, and Santa Clause himself as the town rings in the Christmas season with an official tree lighting ceremony. If you miss the ceremony, the town’s Christmas tree will be on display through the end of the year.

While not overtly Christmasy, Hermit’s Rest, the small outpost at the western terminus of Hermit Road, boasts a magical view of the Grand Canyon. Marvel over the snow-covered canyon walls. Then head inside for seasonal treats such as hot cocoa and freshly baked cookies. The two-story-tall alcove stone fireplace provides a quaint spot to relax in a rocking chair and warm your extremities. Don’t forget to steal a kiss beneath the mistletoe. Hermit Road is open to all vehicles during the winter months, though freezing conditions can present problems for motorists. Always check ahead.

If the 15-foot Christmas tree in the lobby of El Tovar doesn’t put you in the spirit of the season, the Santa hats atop the mounted animals throughout the historic hotel just might. The massive fireplace in El Tovar’s commons area is one of the most popular spots on property this time of year. Snuggle up fireside with your significant other on one of the plush couches. Sip some decadent hot cocoa and watch through the floor-to-ceiling windows as a winter storm passes over the Grand Canyon. The Swiss chalet-inspired hotel, built in 1905, is a peaceful, quiet place to spend the holidays. Guests can also enjoy special dinners on Christmas and New Year’s days.

Take to the skies for unparalleled views of the Grand Canyon. Aboard a luxury touring helicopter, you’ll be afforded sweeping panoramas of this natural wonder’s iconic features dusted in light layer of pristine snow. Marvel at the power of the mighty Colorado River as you navigate your way through the Dragon Corridor. You’ll want to bring your camera to capture the stunning images of Kaibab National Forest. It’s lovely weather for a helicopter ride together!

During select dates from Dec. 8 to 18, Sedona’s Emerson Theater Collaborative will be performing a radio drama version of the timeless tale “A Christmas Carol” complete with live music and sound effects. The performances will take place at The Collective Sedona’s Vista Hall. Actors in minimal costuming will read from scripts, assuming the voices of different characters. Be a part of this magical tradition as Dickens’ beloved story comes to life.


Red Rock Fantasy, a month-long celebration of the holiday season, returns to Sedona’s one-of-a-kind arts and crafts village, Tlaquepaque. The replica Mexican village takes on the spirit of the holidays during the month of December. In partnership with the town’s parks and recreation department and Sedona Chamber of Commerce, Red Rock Fantasy offers visitors the chance to ice skate and enjoy special screenings of favorite holiday movies. Those in town on Dec. 10 will be treated to a special treat as Tlaquepaque hosts the annual Lighting of the Luminarias. More than 6,000 paper luminarias are scattered throughout the courtyard, making for a truly splendid setting sure to put you in a festive mood.

Thursday, November 17, 2016


His and Hers: Vegas Bucket List


Las Vegas offers a multitude of entertainment options for both men and women.  We decided to consult with our favorite duo of Vegas gurus, one a man and the other a woman, in order to get their takes on the essential Vegas bucket list items. You will find links to all of the items below. Share your Vegas bucket list items on the VegasDaze Facebook page!


Tuesday, November 15, 2016


Hawaii for the Holidays

Snow is overrated. Who really wants to spend all day in the kitchen? In-laws can be a headache. Who has time to deal with a cat stuck in the Christmas tree? Why not spend the holidays in 70-degree weather spotting humpback whales, snorkeling around reefs and hiking extinct volcanoes. That’s right, it’s the holiday season in Maui. Mele Kalikimaka!

Of course, the Hawaiian Islands have incorporated many mainland holiday traditions into its culture with a little bit of aloha. The Santa Clause of the islands is more inclined to wear an aloha shirt than a fur coat. Forget the sleigh, Hawaiian Santa paddles an outrigger canoe. Instead of a large turkey, holidays feasts prominently feature roast pigs. Traditional fir trees are replaced with locally grown Norfolk pines.

Most of those traditions were imported to the island by Christian missionaries. But long before the 17th century, ancient Hawaiians celebrated a similar festival. Known as Makahiki, the roughly five-month celebration, from October to March, of their bountiful lands was in honor of the Hawaiian god of fertility and agriculture, Lono. All war was forbidden during Makahiki for, among many reasons, assurance that nothing would adversely affect the new crops. Festivities included wrestling, javelin throwing, surfing, canoe racing, singing and feasting. The message of peace and goodwill toward all, typically associated with the modern holiday season, also applied to Makahiki.

Families spending their holidays on the island of Maui have a plethora of festive activities to choose from. Getting into the holiday spirit is easy on the Valley Isle. A must-attend event, occurring yearly in the hip town of Lahaina, is the annual lighting of the town’s historic banyan tree, which was planted in 1873. The massive, multi-trunked tree spreads across nearly an acre and will be covered with thousands of lights, which will come to life during a community ceremony taking place the first weekend of December. A sunset helicopter tour over the island provides another option for a magical evening. Nothing says happy holidays like flying 150 mph aboard one of our preferred vendor’s sleighs.

If your family decides to build sand castles instead of snowmen this holiday season, be sure to share your vacation photos with VegasDaze, the authority on all things Vegas and Maui vacations. Follow us on Twitter for more fun facts, travel advice and recommendations for your Maui vacation.

Thursday, November 10, 2016


What We Didn't Know Then

Vacationing in Las Vegas isn’t difficult. Throw around a little money on the tables, see a show or two, and maybe spend an evening at one of the nightclubs. But we’re here to offer some unsolicited advice to help you get the most out of your stay in Vegas. The following are some things we wish we’d known about Las Vegas before our first visits. In the immortal words of Faces, “I wish that I knew what I know now when I was younger!”



The Airport Is Close to the Strip
Despite what the cabbies and ride-share drivers might tell you, transportation from the airport to the Strip does not require a highway. The passenger pickup area at McCarran International Airport leads directly to Paradise Road. It’s less than 5 miles and under 20 minutes to Stratosphere via this thoroughfare. You’ll know you’re being long-hauled if the driver takes you from the airport through the tunnel that passes under the runways and onto the interstate. Stick to the surface streets.

Downtown Is Cool
Sure the Strip has gorgeous fountains and huge theatrical productions, but Downtown isn’t far behind. The biggest selling point is the cheaper prices … on everything. Las Vegas visitors staying Downtown can gamble, drink, eat and sleep for much cheaper. Thanks to hefty revitalization efforts, Fremont Entertainment District has flourished over the last half decade. We’re not simply talking about the area under the canopy. Now known as Fremont East, the six-block stretch of Fremont Street east of the canopy boasts hip new restaurants, locally owned retailers and exciting nightlife. It’s Downtown Las Vegas where you’ll find hidden gems such as The Smith Center for the Performing Arts and The Mob Museum. As an added benefit, the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada recently set up a bicycle rental program, allowing tourists to explore all this vibrant neighborhood has to offer.

Off-Strip Resorts Are Family Friendly
There are plenty of family friendly attractions in Las Vegas, but it’s the resorts off the Strip that cater more to younger tourists. Silverton, just off Interstate 15 south of the Strip, boasts a fish tank complete with a living mermaid. However, her hours were recently cut back and she now only makes brief appearances during the weekends. Red Rock Casino, at the western edge of town, houses a massive arcade that will keep children busy for hours. It’s also a stone’s throw from Red Rock Canyon, a scenic conservation area popular for its hiking and rock climbing. Nearly all the casinos outside of the Strip have onsite movie theaters and/or bowling alleys the entire family can enjoy. You’ll also reap the added benefit of not paying Strip prices for everything.

Walking Shoes Are a Necessity
If you are staying on the Strip during your Las Vegas vacation, be ready to walk. The distance between Mandalay Bay and Circus Circus is roughly 4 miles, and as an example, Bellagio’s property in total spans approximately 4.8 million square feet. Unless you plan on Segway-ing around the city or racking up a substantial Uber bill, you’ll be hoofing it.

Grand Canyon Is Closer Than You Think
A four-hour drive to the Grand Canyon might be out of the question during a Vegas vacation, but a 45-minute helicopter flight is more than feasible. It’s also more affordable than you might think. A helicopter tour to Grand Canyon includes a flight over Hoover Dam and the Strip. Some options also include a landing within the canyon, during which guests can enjoy a champagne toast and intimate views of this natural wonder. Our preferred vendor offers complimentary transportation within 5 miles of the Strip to and from its plush Las Vegas Boulevard terminal. A late morning trip will have you back in time for your dinner reservations.

Now you’re a Vegas veteran. For more useful Vegas travel advice, fun facts and recommendations, follow VegasDaze on Twitter.

Tuesday, November 8, 2016


Las Vegas Holiday Happenings '16

The mercury is dropping, the cacti are changing color, Starbucks’ holiday cups are here and that shopping list is growing. Yep, it’s the holiday season in Las Vegas. We’ve put together a pretty-close-to-comprehensive list of all the holiday happenings in Las Vegas guaranteed to put smiles on the faces of your family.

Ethel M Chocolates Factory Light Display
The more than 300 species of cacti in the factory’s botanical garden will be blanketed by more than half a million holiday lights from Nov. 15 through Jan. 1. The Las Vegas holiday tradition, now in its 23rd year, is free to the public and open daily from sundown to 10 p.m.

Ice Rink at The Cosmopolitan
The Cosmo’s Boulevard Pool, overlooking the heart of the Strip, is converted into an ice skating rink from November 25 through January 1. Rent a private fire pit with hot chocolate, all the fixings for s’mores and bottle service, and snuggle up with someone special.

The Nutcracker
The Nevada Ballet Theatre company is set to perform its always beautiful rendition of Tchaikovsky’s “The Nutcracker” this December at The Smith Center for the Performing Arts. The extravagant sets, accompanying orchestra and talented dancers will leave you breathless this holiday season.

Magical Forest at Opportunity Village
Opportunity Village is a beloved Las Vegas charity that helps members of our community with intellectual disabilities better integrate into society through vocational training, and its annual Magical Forest celebration is an important fundraiser. From Nov. 19 through Jan. 1, the campus will be transformed into a winter wonderland complete with train rides, an enchanted carousel, photo ops with Santa and the Magical Forest itself, which boasts hundreds of beautiful trees and displays decorated in the holiday fashion.

Bellagio
The world-renowned resort’s fountains and botanical garden will take on a holiday air following Thanksgiving. Stop by to stroll through the conservatory converted into a holiday garden befitting of the North Pole. Then, head out to Las Vegas Boulevard to watch Bellagio’s famous fountains dance to sounds of classic holiday songs. Not many locations on the Las Vegas Strip will have you feeling as festive as Bellagio.

The Las Vegas Great Santa Run
Another Opportunity Village event, The Great Santa Run is a 5k marathon through Downtown Las Vegas that, last year, hosted more than 9,000 runners dressed as Ol’ Kris Kringle. The Blitzen Bar Crawl, featuring some of Downtown’s most popular bars, is scheduled to take place immediately following the race.


Cowboy Christmas
If you’re in need of some last-minute gifts for the cowfolk in your life, be sure to stop by Cowboy Christmas, the massive Western-themed shopping experience at the Las Vegas Convention Center, between Dec. 1 and 10. As part of the National Finals Rodeo festivities, this annual event attracted more than 60,000 shoppers last year.

Glittering Lights at Las Vegas Motor Speedway
Billed as “Nevada’s largest holiday drive-thru light show,” Glittering Lights is a 2.5-mile drive through millions of holiday lights at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Bring a thermos of hot chocolate and your favorite holiday playlist Nov. 11 through Jan. 7.

Winter PARQ at The LINQ
The Promenade at the LINQ gets gussied up for the holidays every year. With cool attractions like hourly snowfall, holiday street performers and a snowy tubing hill, the whole family will enjoy Winter PARQ. Ring in the holiday season under the bright lights of the world's tallest observation wheel, The High Roller. Across the street at parent property Caesars Palace, you can do some ice skating at Caesars Chalet.

Downtown Countdown on Fremont Street
If you’ve ever taken a walk under the canopy of Fremont Street Experience, you know it can get a little rowdy. The Downtown Countdown New Year’s Eve event is no different. This year’s iteration will feature live music on three separate stages, NYE-themed light shows and countdown on the world’s largest television screen, and some fancy pyrotechnics under the canopy.

If you'll be in Vegas for the holidays, share your experience with VegasDaze on Facebook. Happy holidays from your friends at VegasDaze!

Thursday, November 3, 2016


Vegas' Best Concert Venues

It’s no secret that Las Vegas offers some of the world’s best entertainment. But what about a good old fashioned rock concert? Flashy variety shows and imaginative magicians are great, but you want fewer gimmicks and more substance. These local concert venues are for music enthusiasts in search of orchestral finesse, garage band glory and arena-shaking anthems. The venues on this list vary widely in size, shape and demographics. There are some amazing performance spaces inside Strip resorts, but we avoided including theaters dedicated to specific casino productions.

T-Mobile Arena
(3780 Arena Drive)
Having already hosted huge names such as The Rolling Stones (on debate night no less) and Drake, T-Mobile Arena has quickly positioned itself as the preeminent venue for big-name touring acts. MGM Resorts International and Aneschutz Entertainment Group shelled out $375 million to build the 20,000-seat venue that opened April 6, 2016. With Las Vegas’ NHL team moving in for the 2017-2018 season and events like Professional Bull Riders World Finals and UFC bouts on the horizon, checking the T-Mobile Arena schedule is a must when planning any Vegas vacation.

The Joint
(4455 Paradise Road)
Hard Rock maintains the well-deserved reputation as a reliable purveyor of rock ‘n’ roll. The Las Vegas iteration’s concert venue, known as The Joint, offers an intimate concert going experience despite a maximum capacity of 4,000. The open layout helps the general admission public feel front and center. It’s played host to such music luminaries as Aerosmith, Def Leopard and The Black Keys. Don’t pass up an opportunity to add to your already impressive Hard Rock t-shirt collection.

Artemus W. Ham Concert Hall
(4505 Maryland Parkway)
University of Nevada, Las Vegas’ Performing Arts Center houses the Artemus W. Ham Concert Hall. The calendar of events is filled with interesting performances and lectures every year. From the Nevada Conservatory Theatre and the university’s dance program to the choral ensemble and touring orchestras, you’re sure to find something of interest on the docket. The performances you’ll want to highlight on the calendar are anything from the jazz ensembles. UNLV’s jazz program is one of the country’s finest.

Backstage Bar & Billiards
(601 Fremont St.)
Do you remember the disc jockey from Los Angeles hip hop trio House of Pain, DJ Lethal? Neither do we, but he is the co-owner of one of the best concert venues in town. Backstage Bar & Billiards is a rock ‘n’ roll hot bed in Downtown Las Vegas. The leather-clad interior boasts numerous pool tables, an impressive collection of rock memorabilia and a full bar. The Fremont East Entertainment District location means you’re within walking distance of some fantastic restaurants, bars and casinos. Grab a margarita from La Comida across the street after the show!

Smith Center
(361 Symphony Park Ave.)
In direct opposition to the myth that Las Vegas is devoid of any culture, the Smith Center for the Performing Arts may prove to be one the city’s best investments. The approximately $400 million building is stunning thanks to the stylish art deco architecture, lavish interior d├ęcor and pristine campus grounds. Hot ticket events here include performances from the Las Vegas Philharmonic, Nevada Ballet Theatre and local theater company Broadway in the Hood. Also located within the Smith Center, the smaller Cabaret Jazz venue is an intimate 240 seats and offers small bites as well as an extensive wine list.

House of Blues
(3950 S. Las Vegas Blvd.)
Yes, just about every major U.S. city has a version of this concert venue chain, but Las Vegas’ HOB is the only one that can claim a Carlos Santana residency. Look for the legendary Mexican guitarist to continue making magic this November. Big name artists like Billy Idol and lesser known groups like Beach House grace the stage. If Sunday brunch is on your Vegas vacation agenda, you won’t find a more uplifting option than the weekly Gospel Brunch.

The Bunkhouse Saloon
(124 11th St.)
Since 1953, The Bunkhouse Saloon has offered visitors to Downtown Las Vegas a reprieve from the clanking of slot machines. Since the ‘90s, it’s been a haven for connoisseurs of independent music. The venue underwent a vast transformation under the guidance of the Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh-backed Downtown Project in 2014. You’ll find plenty of flannel, facial hair and craft beer here. Past acts of note include former Husker Du frontman Bob Mould and local favorites such as Rusty Maples and Same Sex Mary. It’s a dive, but it’s our dive.

Next time you visit Las Vegas, consider seeing a concert at one of these venues. Then share your photos with VegasDaze on Facebook! Be sure to check back for more Vegas travel advice, fun facts and recommendations.

Tuesday, November 1, 2016


Kid-friendly Las Vegas

At first glance, Las Vegas isn’t exactly the most family friendly city in the world. However, once you start to look around, you’ll notice there is a smorgasbord of kid friendly Las Vegas attractions. There are the obvious choices like The Adventure Dome at Circus Circus and The Big Apple Coaster at New York New York. We thought we’d dig a little deeper for you and round up some of the best lesser-known activities and attractions for children partying in Vegas.

Discovery Children’s Museum
The recently opened, 58,000-square-foot facility is filled to the brim with nine differently themed interactive exhibits. Water World, for example, teaches kids about the power of water through engaging displays such as a Hoover Dam model water tank that demonstrates where the region’s water comes from, how the dam works, how electricity is generated and the real-life forces of water. Thanks to a number of rotating events and exhibits, no two visits are the same.

Pole Position
For those kids with the need for speed, Pole Position offers the chance to drive electric go-karts around an indoor track featuring a unique layout. Only minutes west of the Strip on Flamingo Road, there is even a complimentary shuttle to transport guests to and from the Strip. Kids and adults can do their best Mario Andretti impressions and hang out in the ultra-slick lounge between races. Pole Position is easily one of the most fun attractions in Las Vegas that doesn't involve gambling and/or drinking.

Shark Reef Aquarium
Everyone loves an afternoon at the aquarium. Shark Reef Aquarium at Mandalay Bay puts a truly Vegas twist on this classic family pastime. Set among the “ruins” of a mythical, sinking temple, this popular attraction boasts a diverse cross-section of aquatic creatures, including 15 species of sharks. The kids will love the touch pool where they can interact with stingrays and horseshoe crabs. The family might also enjoy some of the many rotating educational exhibits on display at the aquarium such as the Amazon Predators display, which features 30,000-gallon freshwater tank.

Springs Preserve
One of Las Vegas’ best kept secrets, Springs Preserve is a sprawling ode to the valley as it was before all the casinos arrived. Because of the area’s natural springs, it’s now dedicated to educating visitors on the culture, community, environmental stewardship and vibrant history of the Las Vegas Valley. Explore more than 3 miles of trails through the preserve where you’ll find rare plants, desert wildlife and archeological sites. The onsite butterfly habitat, sustainability gallery and Origen Museum are other great options when visiting Springs Preserve.

Pinball Hall of Fame
Do you remember the days of riding your banana-seat bicycle down to the arcade to drop your quarters in the pinball machines? You can relive those moments with your kids at the Pinball Hall of Fame. This diamond in the rough boasts numerous pinball machines dating back to the 1950s. Every play costs 50 cents or less, and all proceeds are donated to local charities. You know you’ve dreamt of hopping back on that KISS pinball machine just one more time.

Nevada State Railroad Museum
The Boulder Branch Line, once the property of Union Pacific, now transports guests back to the golden age of American railroading. The Nevada State Railroad Museum in Boulder City uses the same tracks that once aided in the construction of Hoover Dam in the 1930s to take passengers on a ride in restored locomotives across the desert. Fun and educational, this attraction also boasts a museum dedicated to railroading in the West. Don’t forget to buy an engineer’s hat in the gift shop.

While it’s nothing like Orlando, Vegas can be a fun place for the little tourists. You might have to look harder, but there are kid friendly things to do in Las Vegas. If you’ve ever brought children to along on a Vegas vacation, what were some of the things you did? Join in on the conversation on the VegasDaze Facebook page!




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