Many people condemned the lack of cheap alternatives to the current cost of having fun in the “new” Las Vegas. Vegas used to be a city of cheap rooms, cheap food and free entertainment. But all of this has changed since the 1960s when they discovered that they could take talent into the lounges, build a closed theater, put in action, and start charging the entrance fee. As the city progressed to an oasis for bean counting and the crowd destroyed itself, things that were free or cheap disappeared. Now, of course, Land Strip is worth $ 40 million per acre and the cost of greed flows down.
Regardless, there's a great way to spend a beautiful afternoon for less than $ 10 for two.
Find your way to the new Palazzo Hotel and admire the magnificent granite and marble accessories, the two-story waterfall, as well as the magnificent work of art and design known by the CEO and founder Sheldon Adelson for building the neighboring Venetian Hotel Casino. Palazzo Hotel connects directly to the canal shops of Venice and one of them is easily accessible. The only thing you will notice about the Palazzo, which is different from most casino areas, is the wide open ground plan with more than enough room for movement and a very good ventilation system. Since the smell of cigarette smoke cannot be completely eliminated, it is a huge improvement in all other gambling.
You never know what you'll see on that day. On the day we were there, we were still running into a dozen beautiful fallen contestants for the US guide as they shopped while filming and accompanying a bunch of security guards. Directly above the Palazzo casino floor, Emeril Lagasse's "Table 10" restaurant, top jewelry and accessories boutiques, and the Double Helix bar were open for business, but other stores were still under construction. Smooth jazz was radiating throughout the area, as a pianist and bassist played unknowing about their surroundings. As we went on, my wife and I stopped at Barney's New York to look at $ 8,000 clothes and $ 1,200 shoes. Sellers seem to be grateful for all the traffic because there were a few buyers that day. Then we got up the escalator to the Canal shops. We paused at Godiva's chocolate and divided the tasty peanut butter chocolate into a melody of four dollars expensive, but heaven in small bites. A walk through the replica of St. Klára Mark gathered a crowd around a living statue, dressed in pure white and white, and people posed, photographed, and left generous tips with him. In Peter Lik's photo gallery, we spent time searching for his beautiful pictures and recognizing the many places we were alone at these vast expanses of scenic wonder.
We passed many shops and of course watched the gondolas that walked by, stopping for cappuccino and banana muffin. We sat and watched the rich, beauty queens, and ordinary people cling to each other at their own challenge. The shops are very diverse, from Venetian glass and ceramics to high-end underwear, magical shops and modern art to dresses and denim jeans. We all said and did spend less than $ 10 and didn't have to spend it on an interesting and fun afternoon. So you see, there is a cheap date here, and after you've lived here for almost 15 years, it's still astonishing to see how incredible this city is.