Are you a player? Seriously, do you risk everything, or are you a careful planner?
Are you cautious in the wind with solid faith that everything will go well in the wind, or do you try to control all aspects of the environment around you?
I realized that in this world, some seem born to gamble and take risks. Those who agonize over the smallest and smallest of decisions, often guessing into oblivion and returning before finally deciding to do what they want to do.
Some people are very careless about luck and those who have no illusions about their changing nature.
Whatever type of person you are, there is a game for you to play in Las Vegas. Yes, even those who do not play and are not willing to risk a single penny can find something fun and fabulous to do and enjoy during their stay in this great city.
Vegas is starting to transform “Sin City” into a more respectable place to have and bring children.
There will always be shows that the city is famous for, but they are often spiced up with afternoon magic shows, clowns, and music reviews that honor artists from the innocent (and not-so-innocent) days of the past.
Where else can you see Elvis Presley walking alongside Marilyn Monroe and Diana Ross?
Where else can you see a clown walking for almost (if not) 24 hours a day every day, there are so many strange and beautiful things to see and do in this a city that, even if you never set foot in a casino and still have no intention of doing so, there are still many, many things you can find to keep you entertained and happy.
In addition to the many shows, shopping in Las Vegas is almost as good as in Milan, New York, and Paris.
There are thrilling rides that are not for the faint of heart and great shows and experiences to keep all family members happy and entertained for the next few days.
There are museums, state parks, and the beautiful scenery of the desert landscape. There are weddings around every corner and new beginnings around every corner.
This is a city of infinite possibilities that go far beyond the doors of any casino.
If you are not sure what you would like to do in Las Vegas, my first suggestion is that you find a spa that allows you to hide from the world throughout your first day.
Allow yourself to be pampered, groomed, and treated entirely and totally like the prince or princess you are in after you start to relax and be ready to think about the many options that exist.
Consider your budget and choose your activities according to your spending skills.
There are enough free activities in Las Vegas to keep you busy for at least three days, if not four or more (depending on your interests and how many paid adventures you would like to participate in).
Furthermore, the problem for many lies in deciding how much money to spend where and how much money you want to leave for the destiny, luck, and the crazy whims of man.