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Best FREE Things to do In Las Vegas

What many of you may not be aware of is there are plenty of ways to have fun in Vegas without spending any money at all.

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Las Vegas is the capitalism capital of the world, where huge corporations vie for the opportunity to take all your money. Once you step foot in the city you are surrounded by ways to spend your money. What many of you may not be aware of is there are plenty of ways to have fun in Vegas without spending any money at all.

Check out these awesome ways to have fun for free in sin city.

 

See Art

There are opportunities all over the city to see free art installations from some of the best artists in the world, alive or dead. Some art highlights include the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas which houses one of the best free art exhibits in the city and the Wynn Las Vegas which has a huge 7-foot-tall Popeye sculpture.

My favorite place to see art for free in the city has to be at the Louis Vuitton flagship store in Crystals city center mall. This mega installation allows visitors to enter the womb like structure and floods the area with an array of lights that dazzle the mind. You must get an appointment at the store.

 

Eat Chocolate

Free chocolate, sign me up. Yes sir, there is free chocolate just for the taking at Ethel M. The local chocolatier has a really cool factory tour filled with free samples and it sits in the largest botanical cactus garden in the world. That’s a sweet bonus for checking out some awesome cacti.

You can also check out M&M World and Hersey’s Chocolate World, both on the strip. These mega candy stores are free to enter and always have free samples to snack on. Warning, if you take kids here, they will bug you until you buy them something.

 

 

Look at lots of money

Check out the World’s largest gold nugget, which obviously sits in the Golden Nugget Casino in Downtown Las Vegas. The 61-pound chunk of gold was sold for over a million dollars and is available for pictures 24-7-365.

 

Drink for Free (Kinda)

Everyone knows that casinos fill you with alcohol for playing games but is that really a deal?

Usually you end up playing mega bucks for a few drinks, so how can you really get free drinks in Las Vegas. Answer: nowhere, but you can get free-ish drinks at cheaper downtown casinos. Simple play penny slots at downtown Vegas casinos like El Cortez and The D.   Always tip your server or they will simply disappear.

 

Fountains at Bellagio

The fountains at the Bellagio put on a show every half hour and at night the shows are more frequent. Find a nice spot to view the entire show and you won’t be disappointed.

 

Cruise the strip

Walking from one end of the strip to the other can take over an hour easily and you will have plenty to check out for free. There are so many photo opportunities that you will need to make room on your memory card.

 

People watch

My favorite thing to do in Las Vegas is people watch. Visitors from all over the world come to Las Vegas and they sure do amuse me. You can have hours and hours of fun just find a nice place to sit and enjoy as thousands of people stroll past you and you just have the time of your life.

 

Downtown Container Park

Check out the cool shopping and entertainment center located downtown that’s completely built out of shipping containers. You’ll find shops, shows, street entertainers, awesome art installations and all the people watching you could ever need.

 

There are plenty more things to do in Vegas for free but these are just our favorite, so save some money and check out these awesome spots.

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Vacation Destinations For People Who Hate People

If crowds aren’t your thing and you love your alone time, then check out these perfect vacation destinations for introverts!

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OK, that title is a little harsh. But I’m just talking about introverts here! I know that doesn’t mean you hate people, but it does mean you’re not crazy about big crowds and you love your alone time. So if you consider yourself an introvert and are looking for a perfectly peaceful and quiet vacation, these are the spots for you.

DAINTREE RAINFOREST, AUSTRALIA

Not all introverts love the outdoors… but many do. And if you’re one that does, then the Daintree Rainforest in Australia may be the most perfect place in the world for you. The plant and animal life is bountiful and incredible. You’ll feel like you’ve traveled into the land time forgot. But there are still plenty of paved and well-maintained pathways for quite travelers like yourself.

There are also some amazing trails off the paved paths, but you’ll have to join a group for those. It’s not the worst though, as the groups are usually small and it’s likely no one will be bothering you too much as they’ll all be mesmerized by the nature around them.

NEW YORK CITY

Hear me out! I know, I know. New York seems like the last place most introverts want to be. But many introverts do still enjoy and crave the hustle and bustle of a big city. And, once the crowds are that big, there is a certain comfort to the way you can kind of disappear in the middle of it all. And that’s the charm of New York for many introverts. Not to mention, if you want to get away from it all, you can always get lost for an entire day in the beauty of Central Park.

There’s also other great introvert-friendly options like multiple art museums, plenty of great food, and the bright lights of Broadway, which can surprisingly be very enjoyable by yourself!

SEDONA, ARIZONA

Sedona is ideal for introverts as it’s practically entirely surrounded by a desert! But it’s not your classic sand-as-far-as-the-eye-can-see kind of desert. There’s still plenty of beautifully pink mountains that provide a lovely 360 view. Sedona is also a sneaky-good spot for introverts as it’s a town that’s huge on wellness. So there are all kinds of great massage and alternative healing operations, not to mention plenty of yoga studios and juice shops.

If you’re feeling especially adventurous, there are regular hot air balloon rides available! You can only fit 3 or 4 people in those things anyway so it’s not like you’ll be surrounded by tourists. And the views are simply breathtaking.

BANFF NATIONAL PARK, CANADA

Canada is quietly one of the most beautiful countries in the world and what’s better than a national park! Banff National Park is arguably the best Canada has to offer. With gorgeous views in every direction and plenty of great vacation rentals disconnected from the modern world, this is the perfect place to get away and do some proper reflecting. It’s also a great place to go in on a house with a small group. Just stock up on all the food and drink you’ll need for the week and check out from reality!

HOLBOX ISLAND, MEXICO

Mexico, in general, can be a beautiful place to get away from it all. But, as an introvert, the classic destinations like Cancun or Tulum are not for you. Thankfully, the small fishing village of Holbox Island is perfect for you. It’s remote enough that it will never be crowded or busy, and the beaches are practically custom made for reading a good book in a hammock all day long.

And if you ever get to the point where you could use a little socializing, just head to the nearest bar and strike up a conversation. The locals are famously very friendly!

JAPAN

Japan has mastered the art of privacy and peacefulness in small spaces while surrounded by massive crowds. So it can be a perfect place for introverts. Similar to New York City, it can provide the hustle and bustle of a major city, but still allows plenty of opportunities to shut it all out and just be with yourself. And the history in Japan is truly incredible. From museums to temples to gardens that have been there for thousands of years, Japan has it all. And don’t you dare leave without checking out Mt. Fuji! You’ll thank me later. 

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When Life Gives You Lemons, Go On Vacation

You never know when life is going to throw you a curveball. So here are a few suggestions of vacations you can take when you are in recovery mode.

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You never know when life is going to throw you a curveball. From things as big as death and illness to the smaller problems like a breakup, we’ve all been beaten down by life. But more often than not a great vacation can be the best medicine. So here are a few suggestions of vacations you can take when you are in recovery mode.

AFTER BEING DIAGNOSED WITH A MAJOR ILLNESS: FLAGSTAFF

Flagstaff? In Arizona?! Yes. That Flagstaff. It may seem like an odd choice, but when you’ve just learned that you have a new major health problem, it can be the perfect place to gain some perspective. It may be a relatively small city, but it’s got plenty of life and provides a certain ruggedness that can be perfect in such a situation.

For the proper Flagstaff experience, be sure to get there by taking the famous Route 66. Once you’re there, head straight to downtown to take in the many shops, art galleries, and breweries they have to offer. You’ll also be close to the majesty that is the Grand Canyon. A can’t miss attraction.

AFTER A BREAKUP: BANGKOK

Breakups are always tough. And they really follow you wherever you go in your day-to-day life. So sometimes the best way to get over a breakup is to get the hell out of Dodge. A vacation away from your job and your social circle makes it a lot easier to process your emotions and clear your mind. And Bangkok is the perfect location to just that.

It’s one of the most lively cities in the world and has countless fun to offer. Check out the electric nightlife in the Thonglor area and keep your spending to a minimum by enjoying some delicious street food. Then, when you’re really ready to recenter yourself, check out the over 400 incredible Buddhist temples located in or around Bangkok. They’re truly a sight to behold.

IF YOU LOSE YOUR JOB: ST. LUCIA

Obviously, a vacation can be risky move right after losing your job. They can be expensive and you have to be careful with whatever savings you have. But clearing your mind before this important transition in your life can be absolutely huge. And can help you make sure the next job you end up at is the right one for you.

So if you find yourself suddenly unemployed, take a trip to the beautiful Caribbean island of St. Lucia. This island is as relaxing as they come. With beautiful beaches, amazing hikes, historic villages and an amazing spa at Sandals Grande St. Lucian Spa & Beach Resort, this little slice of heaven will make you forget all about that former “career” of yours.

WHEN YOU LOSE A LOVED ONE: BUDAPEST

There’s no way around: death is just a part of life. But regardless of how inevitable it is, it’s never easy. The pain felt when you lose a loved one is unmatched. We rarely completely get over the loss, but it’s important to let yourself grieve. And it’s important to let it happen as fast or as slow as it happens. And a vacation in Budapest is a great step in allowing yourself to do just that.

It’s a large and beautiful city that is rich in history while still having the mellow vibe of a much smaller city. There are multiple castles and palaces in the city that will simply take your breath away, and, of course, the city is located right next to the powerful Danube river. While we’re on the topic of the river, be sure to enjoy a dinner cruise along the Danube for a proper Budapest experience. And be sure to partake in some of Budapest’s famous fruit brandy. Because what’s grieving without a little drinking?

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High Expectations With These Exquisite Mountain Destinations

Fresh mountain air, fresh mountain spring water, fresh mountain dew. Everything about mountains screams fresh so when you’re looking for a new place to visit, why not visit some of the freshest places in the United States?

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Fresh mountain air, fresh mountain spring water, fresh mountain dew. Everything about mountains screams fresh so when you’re looking for a new place to visit, why not visit some of the freshest places in the United States?

Usually, people think beaches when they are planning a vacation, but the mountains offer an exciting new way to get away in the United States that will fill you with mind-blowing views and some space from the everyday hustle and bustle. Get some serenity now the easy way with these beautiful mountain destinations.

ASHEVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA

Asheville is filled with breathtaking rivers to fish and beautiful trails to hike that can eat up an entire vacation quickly and enjoyably. But you can also head downtown and find a beautiful city full of fun.

There are galleries, museums and artist studios to go admire as well as delicious local restaurants, popular breweries, and tons of music to help round out the eclectic scene that is Asheville. Positioned between the Blue Ridge and Great Smoky Mountains, Asheville, North Carolina is definitely a place not to be missed.

HANALEI, HAWAII

If you want the beach and the mountains in one vacation, then Hanalei is the place for you. Hanalei is positioned on Kauai, the northernmost island of Hawaii. Beautiful views are inescapable in Hanalei no matter what activity you choose to partake in. Whether you’re hiking, kayaking, swimming, surfing, doing the dishes, or folding your laundry, you will be left awestruck by your beautiful surroundings.

There are beautiful cliffs, beautiful rivers, beautiful beaches, beautiful flowers and beautiful sunsets. If I had to describe Hanalei in one word, it would be…beautiful.

HOOD RIVER, OREGON

The Pacific-Northwest has known for its incredible mountains and Hood River is no exception.

Mount Hood is an exceptional mountain that spends most of the year covered in snow. You will also be right where the Hood River and the Columbia River intersect. You can visit this place all year long. In the winter there is great skiing, but in the summer there is also great windsurfing in the Hood River Gorge where some say windsurfing was actually invented.

There are also great restaurants, breweries, galleries and wine tasting. Hood River is a beautiful destination that is sure to blow you away.

JACKSON HOLE, WYOMING

The Teton and Gros Ventre mountain ranges make Jackson Hole, Wyoming a must see. Right on the edge of Yellowstone, National Park, the natural beauty you will find yourself surrounded by is simply breathtaking.

There are also beautiful hotels, spas, and fancy restaurants that will make you feel fancy in the wilderness, or you can go round the town and experience its gritty history as a cowboy town. So put on your boots and spurs and giddy-up all around this glorious vacation destination. There’s no better place to cowboy-up than in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

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