Save Money And Travel To Vegas

By Chris Linch

Are you a frugal travel? Then Las Vegas is the place for you to spend your vacation. There are numerous free or cheap things to do that will help you stretch your precious dollars. Even if you don't gamble, Las Vegas has something for every traveler, young and old. This article covers the must-dos for the person who likes to travel on the cheap.

Love to sway to the beat of your favorite song? So do the nightly fountain shows at the Bellagio casino. Roughly every fifteen minutes after nightfall (check with the casino to find out that evening's schedule) the fountains move to a choreographed routine. The music changes with every show, from popular tunes to classical melodies. It is a show not to be missed

Did your kids like Pirates of the Caribbean? Witness a live pirate battle between sexy wenches and swarthy male pirates right on the Strip. There are four nightly shows right in front of Treasure Island. The shows are kid friendly and sure to please. Early birds get the best view, but beware. If you stand too close, you may get splashed.

See the circus for free! Watch acrobats pilot a trapeze and jugglers balance more balls than you ever thought imaginable. The Circus Circus Casino has free world-class acts every half-hour. Each show is different, so you can easily spend over an hour enjoying the entertainment.

Engage your senses at the Freemont Street Experience. Located downtown and away from the Strip, a long covered walkway is filled to the brim with street performers and vendors. Street performers alone may not be enough to bring you downtown, but the light and sound show is a sight not to be missed. The show is displayed on the canopy above the walkway several times nightly.

Love chocolate? Then this off the Strip location is worth a visit. Go to Ethel M's Chocolate Factor (One Sunset Way) and let the afternoon melt away. Enjoy free samples and a guided tour. If you are feeling particularly sinful, bring back some chocolates to enjoy later on your trip. - 30230

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