Five Not-to-Miss Restaurants in Las Vegas

There are plenty of ways to pass the time in “Sin City,” and one of my favorite’s is to enjoy a delicious meal in a beautiful restaurant. Here are my recommendations for five restaurants you definitely should not miss the next time you are in Las Vegas.

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Three Quirky Museums To Visit in Las Vegas

Las Vegas is often served up to travelers like its cocktails. It shakes pockets at slot machines and blackjack tables until nothing remains. It stirs with a cast of characters from Elvis impersonators to the impromptu bride and groom. The city of glitz and glitter in the middle of the Nevada desert is without question quirky in its own way. While you could get to know Las Vegas in a casino or while trolling the Strip, one of the best windows into Las Vegas quirk comes at a number of its museums. From a graveyard of neon signs to a museum dedicated entirely to pinball, the traveler in search of Las Vegas’ quirkiest cocktail concoction will find it at a number of its off-beat museum spaces.

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Ringing in 2013 on the Cheap: Four Budget Tips for New Year’s Eve Travel

New Year’s Eve travel isn’t always kind to the wallet, especially when you have failed to plan well in advance. I find myself one of those last minute travelers, too preoccupied with the holidays in December to even consider where I’m going and how I’ll afford it on New Year’s Eve. Sadly I am not alone in my lack of planning. While some have ironed out the most glamorous destinations complete with a hotel and flight package for New Year’s Eve, the rest of must get our acts together and fast before the Mayan Calendar ends and 2013 hopefully begins. Here are a few last minute tips for the budget minded looking to travel this New Year’s Eve.

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Las Vegas File: Chaun Thomas

It was just another day at the gym for Arlington, Texas-native Chaun Thomas. Then, when a gym receptionist mentioned an upcoming audition for The Chippendales, he made the decision that would change his life – to give it a go at the try-outs. The wildly popular and iconic Chippendales male review at the Rio All-Suites Hotel cast him a week later.

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Las Vegas File: Dima Shine

Dima Shine, originally from Russia, is not only a solo performer with Cirque du Soliel’s “Zumanity” at New York-New York, but also recently opened up his own fitness studio which combines Cirque-style acrobatics with workouts. Popular with tourists and locals, Shine Alternative Fitness is quickly gaining notoriety for its fitness routines that open up participants to entirely new ways to burn calories taught by current and past Cirque performers. Classes focus on the natural abilities of the body and are appropriate for all ages and skill levels. Want to try something entirely different? The ANTIGRAVITY® YOGA suspends participants in the air in order to achieve challenging yoga posts. There is also pole fitness, aerieal and GYROTONIC®, which is similar to swimming and dancing on a special pulley tower.

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