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What Are Some Fun Things to Do on the Las Vegas Strip?

Learn fun things to do on the Las Vegas strip from Sin City expert Mike Myers in this Howcast video.


My name is Mike Myers. I am the owner of Legion Marketing; my expertise is in nightlife. I believe that I know the best and brightest of everything that's in Las Vegas. I can help you skip the lines, skip the bad spots, basically cut the fat. The pirate show, called "Sirens at TI" is a cool, free show, that can be seen from the side walk four or five times a day depending on the season. Next door at the mirage is another free show that runs every hour from 8pm till midnight called "The Volcano" its been ramped up from the eruption below and to include fire bursting out of the lake below. But if you don't get to see it don't worry you actually aren't missing too much. Across the street, in an ally way tucked between hairs and flamingo is carnival court. Its an outdoor festival that has oddities and a fair like atmosphere, There's a stage with live performances and a bar that boasts some of the best flair bartenders in the country, Even if you don't drink there that impressive so you should go by and check it out. Down a bit further and back across the street is the best free show in Vegas, the Bellagio fountains, they run from 3pm until midnight every thirty minutes or every fifteen minutes depending on the time of day. So don't fret if you miss it, another one is just around the corner. The Eiffel Tower at the Paris hotel across the street from the Bellagio fountains, has an observation deck and a restaurant inside of it, both of which provide amazing views of not only the Bellagio fountains but the entire Las Vegas strip. Sometimes the lines get a bit long, but if you can stand the standing around, its actually a really nice view. Further down the street and across the strip is "New York, New York" which boast a roller coaster that weaves you through the buildings that make up the New York skyline. The "Cyclone" as its called, runs all day and night weather permitting. starting around 10am and finishing close to 1am on the weekends.

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