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How Do You Spend One Day In Las Vegas?
If you have one day in Las Vegas you can choose to have some fun seeing the sights and attractions. You'll need a cheap breakfast, a place to walk around and a few things to check out. We have you covered, go ahead and start getting excited about Las Vegas.Continue to 2 of 11 below.
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Cheap Breakfast on the Las Vegas Strip
With some breakfast buffets charging $12 you can still get a meal at Denny's for a reasonable price. You can actually walk into the Casino Royale afterward and win back your money if you need to.
The Peppermill next door to old Riviera site is always a good value and the Hash House A Go Go at The LINQ offers big portions for decent prices if you don't mind sharing. If you feel like having a boat drink in the early morning hours head to Margaritaville at the Flamingo Hotel and have breakfast there.
If you want the best breakfast in town you either go to Bouchon at Venetian or MOzen Bistro at Mandarin Oriental. Both of those restaurants can get expensive but they are out of this world.Continue to 3 of 11 below.
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Food and Drink at The Park Las Vegas
If the weather cooperates you can spend a long afternoon at The Park Vegas. The outdoor tables coupled with plenty of food and drink options make this spot perfect for some serious day drinking.Continue to 4 of 11 below.
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One Day In Vegas And You Go To A Pool?
A pool day is perfect for a one day getaway to Las Vegas. All you need is some relaxation, why not have a drink and sit by a pool? Grab a chair, order a drink and just turn it off at a pool in Las Vegas.Continue to 5 of 11 below.
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Topgolf Las Vegas During Your Short Stay?
If you have one day do anything you want why not spend it playing golf? Well, because golf can be a chore. However, Topgolf Las Vegas is more than swinging a club it is cocktails, socializing, food and even live entertainment. Plus, you don't need five hours for a round you need an hour to have fun.Continue to 6 of 11 below.
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Walk off the Meal at the Fashion Show Mall and Shopping in Las Vegas
What better way to help digestion than with a brisk walk through a mall? Well, at least that is what my wife believes. The fashion show mall is huge and it offers you a chance to start thinking about what you can buy with your gambling profits. You could consider a meal here as there are plenty of food choices available.
If you want to be outside head to The Park Vegas or the LINQ Entertainment District. Both spots have some space to stretch your legs.Continue to 7 of 11 below.
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Have Lunch at Spago Las Vegas in the Forum Shops at Caesars
Do a little window shopping at the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace and then grab a seat in the cafe at Spago. Order a glass of Pinot and get the meatloaf. Lunch at Spago is easily one of the must-dos in Las Vegas. If you have one day there is no way you can miss it.Continue to 8 of 11 below.
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See the Attractions at the Mirage Las Vegas
Get a glimpse of a few white tigers, an aquarium at the check-in desk, the Dolphin Habitat and the sharks at the poker tables. The Mirage has plenty to see inside and a Volcano on the outside. If you have time, check out the sports book and the creative use of wood at Stack.Continue to 9 of 11 below.
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Visit Downtown Las Vegas
Go to Downtown Las Vegas and see the Fremont Street Experience and walk around the Las Vegas of old. Low limit tables, cheap drinks, and a free light show.Continue to 10 of 11 below.
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Have a Deep Fried Twinkie in Las Vegas
It's not the best-tasting thing but at least you can share that kind of experience at dinner parties. Crispy on the outside and a little mushy on the inside. You might like it if nothing else grab a dollar Margarita and wash the Twinkie down and then load up on dollar hot dogs.Continue to 11 of 11 below.
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Go to the Top of the Eiffel Tower at Paris Las Vegas
Get to the top of the Eiffel Tower and look at the Las Vegas skyline when the lights go down.