At about 35 miles from the Strip, off interstate 15, there is a hidden gem that will immediately transport visitors to the old west. Built in 1913, the Pioneer Saloon in Goodsprings, NV, is a saloon full of… Continue reading
First Friday in Downtown Las Vegas is an event not to be missed by locals and tourists as well. It is a fun evening with live entertainment, art displays, food vendors, bands, all within an artsy atmosphere. The… Continue reading
It’s Trikke time! This is the new and fun way of getting around downtown Las Vegas. Trikke Las Vegas, a store located at the new and trendy Container Park, offers a variety of tours on these… Continue reading
“Death Valley” – with that name who would imagine the splendor of this amazing national park.
Last month, I visited Death Valley National Park in California. In mid-February, the temperatures were in the early eighties and it felt just… Continue reading
I have to shamefully admit that in four years living in Las Vegas, I had never visited the Valley of Fire, a state park visited by over 200,000 visitors each year. But in my defense, after visiting this magnificent… Continue reading
On a recent trip to Valley of Fire, we stopped at the Lost City Museum in Overton, NV. This is a small museum with items that tell stories of people who traveled through and lived in Southern Nevada for… Continue reading
I had never heard about the Historic Railroad Tunnels until a few weeks ago. But once I found out about these tunnels, I knew this was a piece of Nevada history that I wanted to check out. I… Continue reading
What an evening we had! From the Ethel M Cactus Botanical Holiday Lights we headed off to the Palazzo for a final stop at the Venetian. This is always one of my favorites. I’ve been here… Continue reading
Another Christmas tradition in Las Vegas is a visit to the Ethel M Chocolates’ Botanical Cactus Garden Holiday Lights. Admission is free and this year they have more than a half a million LED lights.
Once you have… Continue reading