100 Things to Do in Las Vegas Before You Die

100 Things to Do in Las Vegas Before You Die

by Laura Carroll

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100 Things to Do in Las Vegas Before You Die by Laura Carroll, Adam Kealoha Causey

Las Vegas may have risen to fame as hotbed of forbidden fun, but in its modern incarnation, there's something here for everyone. Whether you're a sinner or a saint, 100 Things to do in Las Vegas Before You Die will guide you to places you never knew existed and give you that extra nudge to visit that landmark you've always wanted to see. Come here for a weekend or stay for weeks. These pages will guide you to world-class dining and entertainment on the Strip, the hippest new restaurants in Chinatown or cheap but delicious eats in the city's suburban strip malls. Hike Alpine heights just an hour away from the bright lights, or soak up mob and natural history right in town. Come any time of year: If it's summertime, there are pools galore. If it's winter, get an up-close view of the Mojave Desert's beauty. Let 100 Things to do in Las Vegas Before You Die be your insider's guide to everything the Las Vegas Valley has to offer. You'll see why 40 million people a year visit this desert oasis - and why many of them keep coming back.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940158218590
Publisher: Reedy Press LLC
Publication date: 04/01/2016
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 160
File size: 15 MB
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About the Author

Laura Carroll is a native Las Vegan. She worked in the media for nine years, most recently at Nevada’s largest news organization, the Las Vegas Review-Journal, as a tourism and retail reporter before transitioning into a career in public relations. As a public relations professional, Laura primarily handles corporate and political communications. Adam Kealoha Causey is an award-winning journalist who transplanted to Las Vegas to work at the Review-Journal. There he reported on and later edited news about crime and courts, health and medicine and government. He has appeared on KNPR and also written for The Florida Times-Union and The Times (at Shreveport, Louisiana). Adam now edits news from states west of the Rockies for the Associated Press.

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