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Scrambling to find last minute reservations for Mother’s Day 2013 in Vegas? Try these spots first! People don’t always associate Las Vegas with family time, but this holiday there a variety of fantastic restaurants at Las Vegas hotels that are ready to serve up a meal to remember for mom’s special day. Whether she prefers gourmet French cuisine, Mexican-fusion, casual Italian or classic American there is a Vegas brunch spot bound to be a great fit.
One of the reasons people come to Vegas in droves in the warmer months is the happening pool party scene, which is unlike anywhere else in the country, and elevates Vegas partying to a whole new level. Besides being an excellent way to cool off once the notorious Vegas heat starts to get unbearable, party-goers can look forward to seeing impressive beach bodies and a variety of refreshing drinks--all accompanied by upbeat tracks laid down by the hottest Vegas DJs.
Las Vegas isn’t just the ultimate destination for gambling and partying - the shopping is pretty much unsurpassed as well. Shopaholics will be delighted by the sheer size and scope of the miles of malls, boutique stores and outlets. In fact there are so many stores to tackle that it can seem a bit intimidating to try and narrow down which ones to fit into your Las Vegas itinerary. Get those credit cards ready, as EarlyVegas has the inside info on the must-see shopping destinations in Las Vegas.
Whether you're looking for a traditional wedding or something more unconventional, there’s no doubt that Las Vegas is one of the top destinations in the U.S. for getting married in 2013. When people hear of a Las Vegas wedding, they often think of an elopement, shotgun wedding, or a post wedding quickie annulment. However, Early Vegas is here to dispel those myths and shed light on Las Vegas weddings and all they have to offer couples in love who wish to tie the knot. Making a Las Vegas wedding special and memorable is easy if you find the right wedding chapel in Vegas for the job.
There’s no doubt that EarlyVegas has a favorite sin in Sin City: gluttony. Whether you’re throwing a Las Vegas event, birthday party, bachelorette party, baby shower, or just want to have a sweet treat in Las Vegas, there are plenty of bakeries, ice cream parlors, candy shops and more to choose from to satisfy that sweet tooth. But how on earth can you decide where to go to get that sweet satisfaction or keep the guests at your party happy with delicious Las Vegas desserts when there are so many options to chose from?
Calling all foodies! Las Vegas Restaurant Week 2013 starts up on March 8th, and you won’t want to miss a chance to eat tasty grub in Las Vegas and help a philanthropic cause at the same time. Restaurant Week in Las Vegas allows foodies to enjoy 3 course meals at some of the nicest restaurants on the Strip without spending a fortune, and by eating at one of the following restaurants, you’re also helping those in need get food they can’t afford.
From a young age, we’re all charmed and astounded by magic and the unknown. While some say we grow out of this phase, Early Vegas knows that we’re never too old to be impressed by magic and illusions. Part of the Las Vegas allure is to be dazzled and amused, and there’s no shortage of Las Vegas magic in 2013. If you're planning a Las Vegas trip this year, don't listen to the hype surrounding some of the overrated Vegas shows. While certainly there are things to do in Vegas that you just can't miss, sometimes underrated things are best.
What could be better than an extra day in Las Vegas? If you’re heading to Las Vegas on the long weekend for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, you’re bound to have a good time. Since most companies have January 21st as a day off, the Martin Luther King, Jr. day long weekend always tends to be pretty busy. This MLK weekend, we hope to help you enjoy that extra day in Vegas as much as possible. Here are some things you can’t miss for the Martin Luther King Day 2013 long weekend in Las Vegas:
There's no holiday more associated with gluttony than Thanksgiving... and since gluttony is one of the seven deadly sins, what better way to spend Turkey Day than in Sin City? Thanksgiving in Las Vegas is one of the most delicious times of year.
There's no prolonging it any longer... summer is over and it's time to get ready for a winter vacation Las Vegas 2012! Vegas is most known for being a place where adults can let loose but there are also plenty of activities to enjoy with the kids.