Spring Break to Las Vegas // Snapshot Series

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This post is long overdue. You know that. I know that. But let’s ignore that fact, and look at these pretty pictures from my spring break!

So, as you can tell from the title, I visited Las Vegas with my family over spring break for a week. Here’s what I did!

For the first three days, we visited a lot of national & state parks, and it was pretty awesome. We visited Red Rock and a few more, and it was tiring but super fun.

We also went walking in the hotels, and a lot of them were so gorgeous. Above are the interiors of Encore and Wynn, which are absolutely stunning. I can’t wait to visit again sometime.

We also went to see the Cirque Du Soleil: Mystére show at Treasure Island, and here’s a peak of the tickets as well as a scene from the show! It was probably the fastest hour and a half of my life. It’s so worth it, if you’re thinking of watching.

On the strip, we saw that Eiffel Tower restaurant, and I knew I had to snap a pic. At night, the Bellagio hosts fountain shows and it’s so pretty at night.

I had so much fun in Las Vegas, and although I didn’t go gambling, I got a pretty amazing tan. This is only few snapshots of my experience, but if you’re thinking of visiting, I totally recommend. It’s a fantastic city, and I love it.

Photos are all property of the owner of the blog Arctic Books. All rights reserved. 

Have you ever been to Las Vegas? Favorite place to go? If you haven’t been, let me know what you think is the prettiest hotel casino!

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11 thoughts on “Spring Break to Las Vegas // Snapshot Series

  1. That Eiffel Restaurant looks really cool at night btw ^^ Aaa I have never been to the US! But my friend who goes to college in Colorado says that Las Vegas isn’t a good place to visit if you’re under 21 xD But I love the pictures you show us here!

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  2. Been there too many times but I still think the Bellagio is the best hotel. I can tell based on your pictures that you were there. Love the angles you took of everything.

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