Raiders Allegiant Stadium Our Las Vegas Raiders have a new home - the swanky and stylish Allegiant Stadium! Built at the cost of $1.9 billion, the Allegiant Stadium is also called the “Death Star”. The Raiders played their first game in 2020 against the New Orleans Saints here at this venue. Allegiant Stadium is also the home stadium for the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) Rebels college football team. Here is what you should know about this 65,000 seat … [Read more...] about Las Vegas Raiders and the New Allegiant Stadium
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Here’s What You Need to Know About Las Vegas Reopening after COVID-19 Las Vegas casinos began to welcome visitors on June 4, 2020. Gaming companies have generally taken a phased approach, gradually opening more properties as demand warrants, and staggering the debut of amenities within their massive resorts. Realizing they couldn’t stay closed forever, casinos began crafting their own health and safety plans. Conventions are also big business in Las Vegas. As of Oct. 1, the city increased … [Read more...] about Is Las Vegas Open?
Visiting Las Vegas for Thanksgiving The debate about the best time to visit Vegas is a long-standing one. A city known to be busy all year round, the weekends continue to buzz with activity. Holidays are traditionally a family travel time. Why not Las Vegas this year? The time between September and November is one of the best times to visit Vegas. The weather is pleasant, and the crowds are lighter. But the most significant advantage is that you could get some fantastic deals during this … [Read more...] about Las Vegas for Thanksgiving – 2020 Style
If you’re planning your Thanksgiving menu, you might be spending more time plotting how you can best camouflage your veggies so your dad will eat them without calling you a “health nut” than you are thinking about the meal’s main attraction. The turkey, however, is the most storied part of the Thanksgiving feast. It’s so iconic and ubiquitous this time of year that one of its key, sciencey-sounding nutrients has even become famous: the mysterious and misunderstood tryptophan. Tryptophan is … [Read more...] about Why Turkey Makes You Tired
Halloween in Las Vegas brings so much more than the usual hayrides and candy corn. The city goes all out in October with special dinners, doughnuts decorated with spooky creatures, a themed parties, and more. And yes, it's possible to fully enjoy it with social distancing in mind. Has there ever been a better time to say, "Wear a mask"? Not really. Especially here in Las Vegas, where there's plenty of stuff going on around town, and here are 16 ways to celebrate Halloween in Las Vegas. … [Read more...] about Halloween In Las Vegas
Fall in Las Vegas signals cooler weather and fall festivities. We love fall fun in Las Vegas. October reveals the unique spirit of locals who go over the top to celebrate Halloween, food and festivities. We’ve got some great ideas for visitors and residents to find when visiting Las Vegas in the Fall. Many business operators have begun to adapt to the current conditions and offer modified services and experiences that comply with health and hygiene guidelines for COVID-19. Despite these … [Read more...] about Las Vegas Fall Fun Activity Guide
Mention the words Las Vegas and the sentence ‘What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas’ and you know Las Vegas Urban Legends are not far behind. With casinos, bustling nightlife, and a million light bulbs, we’re known all over the world as the go-to for R&R and fun! We’re also known for our folklore, history, and architecture, and that’s why many stories have ended up becoming urban legends. How many are right, or how many are crazy and unbelievable, can anyone tell? Here are some of the … [Read more...] about Las Vegas Urban Legends
COVID-19 has put a big damper on weddings as we socially distance and limit events that have large crowds. Do we put our wedding on hold or do we go forward with our nuptials? Most of us thought that Covid-19 would be a short-lived setback and would be over soon, but we’re still dealing with the effects. With this comes the difficult question that most couples are currently faced with: Should they elope or postpone their wedding? (Las Vegas Wedding, 2020) We understand just how … [Read more...] about Micro Weddings Vegas Style
In the most uncertain times that we live in today, we worry about our safety in pretty much everything we do buy or use. Cleanliness has become critical to a whole new level, especially in the hospitality industry. Fancy welcome drinks and smooth check-in may not excite travelers anymore. They are now looking for contactless services and, most importantly, sanitized rooms for a safe stay. As most hotels begin to re-open, the owners are going above industry standards to give their guests, … [Read more...] about How to Know If My Hotel Room Is Clean
Did you know, the Las Vegas' Strip' is the brightest place on Earth when looked at from outer space? That’s just remarkable. Note to self, when in space, look for the bright lights of Las Vegas! The Luxor Hotel at night shines Xenon light straight into space from the pyramid's apex. When the Luxor opened on October 15, 1993, the beam was visible from airplanes circling Los Angeles 275 miles away -- but authorities have since lowered the wattage to be less distracting. (Kirby, 2020) But, … [Read more...] about Las Vegas: All About The ‘Strip’