As a Vegas resident and native, I am constantly being asked for recommendations on the best places to eat. At the far North end of Las Vegas Blvd is Circus Circus - a classic hotel that has withstood the tests of time and still stands unchanged in this era of demolish-rebuild-repeat. Tucked away inside the casino is THE Steak House (yes, capitalize THE because it’s the name and because it deserves the title). Read on for my full review on THE Steak House and what makes it the BEST dining experience in Las Vegas.Read More
Las Vegas will always be remembered for its Golden Era - the time of the Rat Pack, scantily clad showgirls and bright neon lights. Just because those years have passed does not mean that the memory doesn’t live on. For those of you who refuse to let a good thing go, here are 5 must-see attractions for your Vegas next visit that will have you reveling in the good old days.Read More
This past weekend, Sean and I had the pleasure of attending one of our dearest friend’s wedding in southern California. Usually, we dread the drive out to California from Vegas (it feels like the longest 3.5 hours of our lives), but this time we were looking forward to it, since we knew we’d be driving out in the newest Mazda 6 Signature. Read on to see pictures from our drive with this bright red beauty!Read More
When you arrive in Las Vegas, the first thing your eyes do is adjust to all the sights. Everywhere you look are neon lights, huge buildings and crazy characters, which can lead to major sensory overload. Sometimes it’s hard to take it all in, especially when it comes to taking photos to show your friends and family back home. Sure, you could take pictures of the grand hotel entrances and the swanky interior decor, but how do you truly capture the essence of Vegas in a photo? How do you get that perfect shot of yourself, your family or your significant other without hundreds of tourists in the background blocking the view?
In a world where social media feeds have replaced photo albums, getting that “perfect shot” is first on most visitors’ to-do lists. With the major rise of Facebook and Instagram, we have learned to rely on pictures to capture a moment and tell a story. These insider tips are sure to make your pictures stand out, and help you tell your next Vegas story in a much more creative way.Read More