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Of course the first thing that you think when Las Vegas is mentioned is gambling. A night out in Las Vegas will not be complete without visiting your favorite gambling table. From Roulette, black jack to poker and sports bets, you will never miss out a fun gambling game to play in the various gambling casinos in Las Vegas.

A Night Out in Las Vegas

It is 1829 and a trading scout wants to refresh before going on to Los Angeles. He stops in the middle of the expansive Nevada desert and thinks 'I may not make it after all'. The gods have another plan for him however and on the old Spanish trail form New Mexico, he stumbles into some water and Voila! The city of Las Vegas is born. The word 'Las Vegas' is Spanish for meadows.

Of course the first thing that you think when Las Vegas is mentioned is gambling. A night out in Las Vegas will not be complete without visiting your favorite gambling table. From Roulette, black jack to poker and sports bets, you will never miss out a fun gambling game to play in the various gambling casinos in Las Vegas.

A number of high-end casinos dot the Las Vegas skyline. Some of the most popular Casinos include; Bellagio, MGM Grand, Casino Royale, Mirage, Mandalay Bay, Monte Carlo, Circus Circus among others.

If you are not a fan of gambling, then you can visit the Adventuredome. It is a 5-acre indoor amusement park that allows all forms of entertainment. From high energy parties to gourmet Italian food; Adventuredome boasts multi-purpose facilities. Amazingly, it is connected to Circus Circus. Another attraction in Las Vegas at night is the Bellagio fountain. You can only get these kind of picturesque scenes in Las Vegas.

If you want some adrenaline rush, then the Las Vegas Motor Speedway is the place to be. It is about 15 miles North East of the Las Vegas Strip and boasts a 1,200-acre racing tracks for auto-racing.

Getting to Las Vegas is easy. You can board a plane bound for the McCarran International Airport or drive through Interstate 15 by car. There are daily buses that transport visitors from other states and cities to Las Vegas including; Grey Hound, Lux Bus, Starline Tours, MegaBus and GotoBus. If you would rather travel by train, The Amtrak's Southwest Chief operates two buses from Bakersfield and San Francisco.

It is important to note that Las Vegas is an expensive city. If you want to visit the city, you need to go prepared to spend a small fortune. However, the luxuries afforded to the visitors are more than worth it.

The Nevada Desert City is a gem in an otherwise barren land. It is what desert people call an 'oasis of hope'. It is said to be the city of excesses. There is nothing you can do here that has never been done before and if you want to lose yourself in self-indulgence, it is the place to be.

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