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Monday, January 30, 2017

February Events in Vegas

February Events in Vegas 

Caesars Palace Las Vegas Events in February 2017:


02/1-28- Absinthe
2/1-4 - Celine Dion
2/7-20 - Elton John
2/22-25 - Reba, Brooks & Dunn: Together In Vegas








The Venetian Las Vegas Events in January 2017:

02/1-4 - Willie Nelson
02/8-25 - Diana Ross
02/28 - Human Nature Jukebox

Wynn and Encore Shows:

02/1-28 - Le Reve
02/1-28 - DJ's At XS Nightclub










Planet Hollywood Las Vegas Events in February 2017 :

2/1-4 - Britney Spears
02/1-28- Vegas! The Show
02/1-28- V - The Ultimate Variety
02/1-28 - Zombie Burlesque
02/1-28 - All Shook Up
02/1-28 - Recycled Percussion
02/1-28 - Hitzville The Show
02/8-25 - Jennifer Lopez









                   
                                  House Of Blues At Mandalay Bay Las Vegas Events in February 2017:

02/1-4 - Santana
02/9 - Tom Segura
02/17 - Atmosphere

02/21 - Dark Star Orchestra


The Mirage Las Vegas Events in February 2017:

02/1-28 Love By Cirque Du Soleil
02/1-28 - Terry Fator
02/3-4 - Daniel Tosh & Friends
02/10-11 - Ron White
02/17 - Sebastian Maniscalco
02/17-26 - Boyz II Men
02/24 - Ray Romano And David Spade

Rio Las Vegas Events in February 2017:

02/1-28- Penn And Teller
02/1-28- X Rocks
02/1-28- Chippendales
02/1-28 - Eddie Griffin

Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Las Vegas shows in February 2017:

02/1 - Carnifex, Fallujah, Rings Of Saturn & Lorna Shore
02/3 - I Love The 90s
02/10 - Iration
02/17 - R. Kelly
02/18 - AFI
02/25 - Better Than Ezra





Flamingo Las Vegas events in February 2017:

02/1-4 Keith Sweat
02/1-28- Legends In Concert
02/1-28- X Comedy
02/1-28- X Burlesque
02/6-28- Piff The Magic Dragon - Select dates
02/22-28 - Tape Face

The Linq - Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas Events in February 2017:

02/1-28- Divas Las Vegas
02/2-28 - Mat Franco
02/2 - Ace Frehley
02/10 - Adam Ant
02/14 - Galactic
02/16 - Alter Bridge & Nonpoint
02/17-19 - Ween
02/20 - The Infamous Stringdusters
02/24 - Dude Ranch And The Girl At The Rock Show - Blink 182 Tribute
02/25 - Circa Survive
02/27 - Travelin McCourys & Jeff Austin Band
02/28 - Railroad Earth

Sports

02/8 - International Friendly: Mexico Vs. Iceland
02/9 - The Harlem Globetrotters
02/13 - WWE: Raw

Friday, January 27, 2017

Thirteen Exciting NEW things to See

http://www.ktnv.com/positivelylv/13-things/13-things-to-do-this-week-in-las-vegas-for-jan-27-feb-2

1. The 6th annual Chinese New Year in the Desert celebration will take place Jan. 27 through 29 in multiple locations, including Fashion Show Mall, Downtown Container Park and at The LINQ. Click here for more information about all the celebrations around the valley.






2. "Drumline Live" is a musical production created by the teams behind "Drumline" and "Drumline: A New Beat." See the show Jan. 26 and 27 in Reynolds Hall at The Smith Center for the Performing Arts.






3. Las Vegas entertainer and singer Jassen Allen pays tribute to the great Luther Vandross and other iconic performers with his tribute show "With Love... Luther Vandross and Friends" at The Space on Jan. 27.

4. Self-proclaimed outlaw and country legend Willie Nelson opens Feb. 1 at The Venetian. The title of his show is "Vegas On My Mind" and guests can expect to hear singles like "Always On My Mind," "Seven Spanish Angels" and "On The Road Again."





5. Clark County Library will host a staged reading of "The Weir" by Conor McPherson on Jan. 27. "The Weir" is the story of four men telling ghost stories to impress a young woman from Dublin who recently moved into a haunted house. Admission is free.

6. The Mecum Motorcycle Auction continues through Saturday at the South Point. More than 1,000 motorcycles built between 1985 and 2016 are up for auction. General admission tickets can be purchased at the entrance for $25 per day. Children 12 and under admitted free.




7. Banger Brewing on Fremont Street is celebrating its 3rd anniversary on Jan. 28 with $3 beers from open until close. They will also be releasing their 3rd anniversary beer, Golden Sours, in bottles. Golden Sours is a Sour Pale Ale that has been aged in chardonnay and cabernet blend barrels for 8 months. Limited supply.







8. Timothy B. Schmit of The Eagles performs Jan. 28 at Aliante hotel-casino. Schmit started his career in the '60s with the band Poco and became a member of The Eagles in 1977. He performed with them off and on for decades.

9. The Thomas Nicholas Band will play during a Rock 'n Roll Wine event on Jan. 27 inside Vinyl at the Hard Rock Hotel. Sip on 30 different wines while listening to "Kevin" from "American Pie." He'll be playing a mix of covers and originals.

10. Sinful Sunday returns Jan. 29 to the Sand Dollar Lounge. The burlesque show will feature performances by Kalani Kokonuts, Valerie Stunning, Buttercup, Kitschy Koo and Nicki Taylor. Free admission.

11. "Motivational speaker" Tommy Savitt, also known as Tommy Lama, delivers an original stand-up comedy act to his "disciples" five nights a week at the LA Comedy Club inside at The Stratosphere. The interactive show also brings audience members on stage for unpredictable laughs. Lama claims to be the love child of Andrew Dice Clay and Deepak Chopra.











12. Leopold and His Fiction, which has been compared to the group White Stripes, perform Jan. 30 at the Bunkhouse Saloon. The band is promoting their fourth full-length album titled "Darling Destroyer." The album is an ode to his upbringing in Detroit.



13.Ace Frehley, who has been called one of the most influential guitar players in the last four decades, performs Feb. 2 at Brooklyn Bowl. Frehley is best known as the former lead guitarist and founding member of the band KISS. His persona was "Space Man" or "Space Ace."

Thursday, January 26, 2017

Adult Attractions in Las Vegas

http://www.stratospherehotel.com/Activities

Adult Attractions in Las Vegas

There are many fabulous things to do besides gambling in Las Vegas.  Whether it be a show or shopping, you can always find something to do if you look for it.

The hotels are the best attractions in Las Vegas.  Hotel hopping can take the better part of a week to see them all.  That is just a simple walk through from one side to the other.  Plan on at least a day in your favorite ones just to see all the sites.  But be forewarned, some that look small on the outside are huge when you get in the door.

Shark Reef at Mandalay Bay Hotel will take about one to hours to visit.  Here you will see all kinds of sea life and reptiles.  They have everything from crocodiles, piranha, jellyfish, sharks and even some baby rays you can touch.  They also have an underwater tunnel you can walk through to see the sharks and other fish swimming above you.
Shark Reef Aquarium at Mandalay Bay is not your typical aquarium. It's a total sensory experience designed to transport visitors to an undersea ocean of fantastic sights, sounds and encounters. Featuring dangerous and unusual aquatic animals from the world's tropical waters, Shark Reef Aquarium takes visitors on a journey through an ancient temple slowly being claimed by the sea.
Fourteen breathtaking exhibits are devoted to dangerous aquatic predators. The largest exhibit is the 1.3 million gallon shipwreck where visitors experience an almost 360-degree view, teeming with sharks and fish, through an acrylic tunnel. The Touch Pool is a popular attraction, where guests can touch an ever-changing collection of animals including sharks, rays or horseshoe crabs. More than 2,000 animals are displayed at Shark Reef Aquarium, over 100 different species and featuring 15 species of sharks.

The Stratosphere Thrill Rides are not for the faint of heart.  They are located up on the 109th floor of the hotel. That suspends you off the side of the building.
Sky Jump
Similar to skydiving, Sky Jump Las Vegas can be described as a "controlled free fall," with riders attached to a vertical zip line. Brave souls dive 855 feet from the 108th floor of the Stratosphere tower to a landing mat on the ground. During this ride, you'll soar at 40 miles per hour. The breeze you feel while descending down to the ground is like no other.
Before the jump, you'll be given a short safety lesson and fitted into a jumpsuit. Next, you'll be connected to a patented "descender machine." One of the guides will lead you to the edge of a small platform. Here is where you'll leap out and plunge 100 stories down to the ground.

Big Shot
This ride atop the Stratosphere Tower whisks as many as 12 riders 160 feet in the air in an astounding 2.5 seconds along the tower's needle at 45 mph. It happens so fast, it feels as if you might actually shoot right off the top of the Stratosphere -- 1,049 feet above Las Vegas.
Get a feel of weightlessness as 4 Gs of force literally makes you float out of your seat.

Insanity
Extending 68 feet over the edge of the 1,149-foot Stratosphere tower, Insanity - The Ride  spins passengers at up to three Gs. While sitting in your escape proof seat, you'll be lifted up at a thrilling, 70-degree angle -- all while reaching speeds up to 40 mph. With views of the Las Vegas Strip more than 900 feet below, this ride combines both a physical and psychological rush.
Depending on the time of day (and if it's bright and sunny), you can actually see the shadow of the Stratosphere Tower below. And since the ride is programmable with various ride options, passengers with an insane amount of spontaneity can experience a different kind of ride each time.

X-Scream
The X Scream, "is an eight seat ride that dramatically thrusts its open roller coaster car along a 69-foot ramp at 30 miles per hour until suddenly stopping 29 feet over the edge of the tower and 866 feet from the ground below. The panoramic view from the top and the temporary sensation of free fall add to the ride's exhilaration. Currently, the X Scream takes three separate plunges, but the frequency can be raised or lowered. In addition, the computer that operates the system can be programmed to operate 100 different patterns of falls, each producing varying degrees of intense sensations for riders."
The Linq Promenade VR Adventures is a cutting edge and never-before-seen immersive experience that plunges guests into a three-dimensional virtual world.  Guests will put on goggles that Facebook spent 2 billion dollars to develop, and be transported to a virtual reality.  Unlike other video games, VR Adventures requires gamers to use hand movement, walk, sidestep or jump to explore or fly through the virtual world.  Honestly...the experience redefines magical!

Adventures offers gamers up to FOUR unique experiences to escape from the everyday games and into the virtual world.
Screaming Skydive
Soaring Super Hero
House Of Horrors
Fly-N-Shoot













http://www.forbes.com/sites/larryolmsted/2015/09/20/10-coolest-things-you-didnt-know-you-could-do-in-las-vegas/#6cd26d836c45 Make every day an adventure
If betting your life’s savings on “red” on the roulette table isn’t heart-pounding enough for you, go to where the real thrill-seekers hang. A trip to Vegas no longer automatically means an indoor vacation in smoky, windowless buildings. The desert surrounding the city offers ample opportunity to get away from the hotel-casino action and create some white-knuckle adventures of your own. Want your own Top Gun experience? Visit Sky Combat Ace where you have a chance to fly your own two-passenger plane. If actual “hands-on-the-controls” sounds a little too interactive for you, the stomach-churning drops on the zip-lines at Flightlinez Bootleg Canyon might serve you better—you only need strap yourself in and ride. Other adventures abound, whether you prefer simulated combat experience, like the sort provided at Battlefield Vegas, or tearing through the desert basin on an ATV.

There’s no shortage of deeply off-kilter places to raise a glass in Las Vegas, but the Mermaid Bar & Lounge at Silverton is the most extraordinary. Sip cocktails in the company of silver-finned fish-women—the Mermaid Lounge features a bar that faces an underwater tank populated by its aquatic namesake. If mermaids (and a few drinks) don’t put you in a Las Vegas state of mind, nothing says “Sin City” like a Polynesian hallucinations and a headful of rum. You’re likely to find both at Frankie’s Tiki Room toward the northern end of the Strip, a colorful, local dive that will open a whole new Vegas dimension for you. If going off-Strip is too outré for you, enjoy your weirdness in safer but endlessly fascinating watering holes like the Chandelier Bar at the Cosmopolitan.

Take a break from the Strip
Suffering from sensory overload? Rancho Drive, northwest of town, offers a different side of old Vegas. Take the bus as far as the US 95 to the historic Las Vegas Springs Preserve, a huge site given over to botanical gardens, nature trails and museum exhibits.





 It takes a while to adjust the eyes to the unwonted green. If you’d like to push farther into the wild, head out to Mt. Charleston, just 30 miles northwest of the city. The summer months afford brilliant hiking trails in a climate much cooler than Las Vegas’ and there are (usually) skiing options in the winter at Las Vegas Ski & Snowboard Resort.




Despite the proliferation of swanky hotel lounges, there are many gemlike dives throughout the city. But the Stage Door is the only one within spitting distance of the Strip—and it serves $3 beers or $2 shots. Sitting on a prime piece of real estate, Stage Door often uses its marquee to advertise how many years it has left on its lease—a one-finger salute to the surrounding resorts.

Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Kids Exciting Attractions

Kid Attractions in Las Vegas




Those visitors under 21 may look around Las Vegas and think the place has nothing to offer them.  They are not old enough to gamble or enjoy some of the nightclub shows.  If they look around, there are several attractions that they can enjoy despite their young age.

Head down to Circus Circus and catch some of the circus acts that go on all day over the casino floors.  There is also the midway arcade and the Adventuredome on the second floor.  This is an amusement park complete with mini golf and a roller coaster ride.












The Mirage Hotel has the white tiger exhibit and the Secret Garden of Siegfried and Roy.  There is also a dolphin habitat where you can watch the dolphin swim by.




The Excalibur has the medieval pageantry and a whole basement level with arcade and video games.  The Tournament of Kings is one of the nice shows for kids as you get to see a medieval joust and get to eat like they did in King Arthur's days – No forks or spoons here, use your fingers.







Gameworks is also a basement level arcade and game center.  It is quite easy to find on the strip, just look for the big Coca-Cola bottle and the M&M shop.  It is located underneath these two shops.  They have batting cages, motion-simulation rides, video games, and air hockey.







For toddlers and young children, you might try the Lied Discovery Children's Museum.  There are plenty of interactive games for them to engage and play.  They could feed a wooden sandwich to a snake and a human to see how they both use nutrition.  There is a mini grocery store, a radio station, and a music/drawing area.  They can also play basketball in a wheelchair to see how it is to be handicapped.


 Indoor Playground
Open Fun at Las Vegas Indoor Playground

Smiles and laughter are only two of the reasons to sign up for one of KIDS PLANET’s famous indoor kids’ parties. This is one fun center that offers something for everyone no matter how young or old. You get twice the fun with a party bash that lets your kids enjoy all of our indoor play equipment too!

Need a place to relax and unwind while your child plays safely nearby? How about a clean indoor play area that features quality-constructed equipment that is safe to play on and delivers loads of fun?  kids plant’s Indoor Playground features a stimulating oasis for children and relaxing facilities for adults. It’s a place where children can really enjoy themselves, while the parents or caregivers breathe an easy sigh of relief. Our indoor facilities are kept to high standards of cleanliness at all times in Las Vegas.





Rain or shine – an indoor playground is the adventure of a lifetime for kids who just want to have fun. Check out our open play option with unrestricted playtime and state-of-the-art equipment or sign on for personal party time. With strict safety codes, superior cleanliness, and space for everyone, kids planet makes sure that your children are protected and happy.





Since ’s kids planet's Indoor Playground is open seven days a week in beautiful Las Vegas, you always have the opportunity to indulge in a bit of quality fun time with your children.  Laugh as your child covers herself up in the ball pit or jumps like a kangaroo on our inflatables! Giggle at the silly pictures your little one creates in the drawing area. Indulge in a memorable photographic opportunity! From the arcade to the eating area equipped with high chairs, this indoor play area for children is the best one in town, hands down!

Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Sin City; Cupcakes for Adults



http://sincitycupcakes.com/
If you are having a birthday and you want something special I found it for you.
I have actually had some of these cupcakes that is how I found out about these wonderful delights.
Below you will find a list of all that you desire.
Welcome to Sin City Cupcakes!
Delicious, decadent, fresh, alcohol-infused cupcakes for you and whomever you want to share with. That’s what’s on our menu – and we are glad you’ve stopped by for a little taste.
We specialize in special events/special occasions and offer fabulous made-to-order alcohol-infused cupcakes.
Order sizes can be tailored for you, a few friends, a party or a corporate event.
Non-alcohol cupcakes, gluten free, and other special requests are also available.
FREE* delivery anywhere in the Las Vegas valley including Henderson and Summerlin

Better Than Sex
Raspberries / Vodka / Champagne / White Chocolate Ganache

Chocolate Wasted
Chocolate Martini
Chocolate / Vodka

No Limit Lemon Drop
Lemon Drop Martini
Lemon / Vodka

Red Velvet Backseats
Red Velvet
Cabarnet Red Wine
Lime / Strawberry / Mango


Russian Climax
White Russian
Espresso / Kahlua / Vodka

Strawberry Scandal
Strawberry Daiquiri Strawberry / Rum / Coconut

Choco-Mallow Intercourse 
S’mores Martini 
Chocolate / Marshmallows / Vodka

Blonde Moment
Vanilla /Moscato sweet wine

Devil’s Scandal
Chocolate /XO Cafe Patron Tequila

Redbull Cherry Bomb®
Vanilla /Red Bull / Cherry Vodka

Bailey’s Wet Surprise
Chocolate / Cookie Dough
/ Vodka / Bailey’s



Nutella Blast
Nutella / Whiskey /Chocolate

Reese’s Rum Drop
Reese’s / Rum /Chocolate

Back In Black
Johnnie Walker Black Label
Apple / Cinnamon /Johnnie Walker Black

24 Karrats
Bourbon /Carrot Cake

Hot Mama
Dirty Tequila /Jalapeno Margarita

$46 REGULAR SIZE
*PER DOZEN
*PAIR WITH UP TO 1 OTHER FLAVOR


$36 MINI SIZE
*PER DOZEN
*PAIR WITH UP TO 1 OTHER FLAVOR

Friday, January 20, 2017

Club Passes

https://www.viator.com/Las-Vegas-tours/Nightlife/d684-g6-c81?pref=02

Choose from Three Options
$39 for a Platinum club crawl for one (a $99 value)
$75 for Platinum club crawl for two (a $198 value)
$139 for a Platinum club crawl for four (a $396 value)


Platinum club crawls include:
40 feet long party bus rides transportation with Live Dj
Unlimited free cocktails in the party bus between clubs
Guided tour
Meet and greet lounge/bar with drink specials (Foundation Room, Lavo, Beerhaus)
3 nightclubs with free cover charge (Tao, Light, Drai’s, LAX, Chateau..)
Jump line priority access to the clubs
Strip-club free entry with transportation


Your Las Vegas Guide
VIP Club Crawl for One, Two, or Four with Your Las Vegas Guide (Up to 65% Off)







Some adventures are better without a tour guide to lead the way, like climbing a mountain to find yourself, or interviewing for a job as a tour guide. Other times, it's best to listen to the experts' advice. Specializing in bachelor and bachelorette parties, Your Las Vegas Guide takes a curated approach to the nightlife in the City of Sin, offering nightly club crawls through some of the city's classiest, flashiest establishments.


 Guests journey from hotspot to hotspot in the lap of luxury—a limousine or party bus equipped with flat-screen TVs, custom stereo systems, fiber-optic and strobe lighting, and wet bars stocked with beer, wine, and spirits. Neither line nor cover charge interrupts the fun, whether attendees opt for the four-club platinum package or the three-club gold package. Guests need only bring three things: a valid ID, appropriate business or dress-casual attire, and a big old pack of party gum.

                                                                                 




  In a Nutshell
Guests explore premier clubs, lounges, and gentlemen’s or ladies’ clubs in a tricked-out party bus on this club crawl








                                                                                   The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required 72 hours in advance; subject to availability. 24hr cancellation notice required. Must be 21 or older. Valid only Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights. Club dress codes apply. Not valid on any public holiday. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian

Grand Canal Shoppes at the Venetian

The first thing you wonder when you get to the second floor of the Venetian is if you took a wrong turn.  The shops here are made to look like outside Venice on a warm spring day.  The illusion is complete with an azure sky above and gondola rides around the hotel. A boatman will serenade you while you take a lazy stroll down the river.  You may even meet a famous Venetian while you are here.  Marco Polo may discuss his travels or Casanova exerts his famous charm to the ladies.






The boat ride ends at a replica of St. Mark's Square which is a central landmark in Venice.  You can also listen to strolling musicians, opera singers, or watch glass blowers make their vases.  It is the normal hustle-bustle activity of a Venice marketplace.




The Shoppes themselves are directly accessible from the outside so you don't have to try to navigate the casino.  Walking through the casino is taking the long way around, but you do get to view the fabulous artwork on the ceilings and in the lobby.  Even the floor of the lobby is eye-catching.











The Venetian recently added another tower to its structure called the Venezia.  This building will adjoin the shoppes at the far end to St. Mark's Square.  Thus making it easier for guests to get back to their specific tower and making it easier for visitors to find their way around.





The shops themselves are medium to high-end brand names such as Jimmy Choo, Ann Taylor, Banana Republic, Rockport, and a Venetian glass and paper shop.  They have a food court at one end of the shopping mall and the other end leads to Tao, a nightclub where you must be 21 to get into.

Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Getting Married In Las Vegas

https://www.vegas.com/weddings/las-vegas-wedding-legal-requirements/


Getting Married in Las Vegas



     Las Vegas is the easiest place in the world to get married.  There is no blood test and no waiting period.  You can even get married at a drive-through chapel and not have to go through all the fancy planning.  Your honeymoon destination is right down the street.  
   The cost of a marriage license runs around $60.  You go to the Clark County Marriage License Bureau which is open until midnight some days and then you can go plan the most simple or extravagant wedding that you want.  




Valentine's Day is the busiest day for weddings.  They perform over 100 on February 14.  The ease of a ceremony is a big attraction because the wedding chapels will usually take care of everything.  Sometimes they will even give you a limo ride to the license bureau and back.  They also offer different accessories including rings to a video of the service.



                                        Romantic Activities on Valentines Day:

Bazaar Meat Valentine’s Day Tasting Menu
This decadent Valentine’s experience from “Vegas’ most spectacular new restaurant” is the ultimate aphrodisiac. Let chef José Andrés set the mood at Bazaar Meat at SLS Las Vegas, with his special tasting menu including everything from cauliflower steak to croquettes de pollo, to cream puffs and tarts to round it all off.

Cleo Valentine’s Day Tasting Menus
Treat your queen (or king) to Cleo’s Valentine’s Day tasting menus – Vegetarian, 5-course , or 6-course options – each including a specialty cocktail. Reservations available!

Katsuya’s Valentine’s Day Tasting Menu
Celebrate your love over a special 4-course menu, along with our “Lovebird” specialty cocktail. Don’t forger to make your reservation today!

A La Carte Romance
Go flirty a la carte at Ku Noodle. The kitchen will go all out with options for lovers only, like “Cupid’s Little Arrows”—silver needle noodles, or golden “XO” scallops with Chinese long beans, shallots, citrus segments and house-made XO sauce.

Topless Vampire Watching
If topless vampires and classic rock are your idea of romance, you’ll love Bite. With aerials, magic, sexy contortionists, and a rock and roll soundtrack, this show is great for couples with a wild side.

Couples Pampering at Ciel Spa
Bump the courtship up a notch with a lux couples massage at Ciel Spa at SLS Las Vegas. Shack up in their special massage suit for partner pampering like you’ve never experienced before. And when you join THE CODE to book, you’ll get even more perks at Ciel for the lucky in love.

Red Hot Ferrari Racing
For passionate couples that live in the fast lane, Las Vegas Motor Speedway offers an exotic car racing. Take your pick from any of the exotic cars they have on hand, and drive them like they were meant to be driven: fast and on a race track.




A really interesting thing to do in Las Vegas is go to the chapels and watch the people.  Stand out and watch the different brides and grooms and see how they are attired and how their wedding goes.  This may give some idea of the kind of wedding you may want.  It is your wedding however, and you need to feel comfortable whether it is a small affair or a large gala.




Weddings can be very cheap in Las Vegas running around $500 at some place or up in the tens of thousands.  These usually will include photos, video, cake, music, and flowers.  There are specialty weddings.  You can have Elvis singing or have Elvis officiate your wedding.  At the Star Trek Experience, you can get married dressed as a Borg or Klingon.  At the Excalibur Hotel, you can dress in medieval clothing.  At the Venetian, you can get married on the gondola ride.






http://www.proflowers.com/blog/valentine-guide-las-vegas









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