Literary Las Vegas spotlight on “Las Vegas … Are We There Yet?


Izobel, 12, and Cianna Sturges, 9, teamed with their parents Peter and Debbie to craft “Las Vegas … Are We There Yet?”, a guide book that is part travel tips and part photo and journal memory book. The book is set up like a scrapbook packed with photos and ideas on what to do in Las Vegas. Debbie Sturges said the book was “created for families who would like to visit Las Vegas. Alternatively, it could also be very useful for local families who are not very familiar with what are fabulous city offers.”

Excerpt from ‘Las Vegas … Are We There Yet?’

Mom’s & Dad’s Top Suggestions … To Free Attractions.

No other city has freebies-galore like Las Vegas! Mastermind your itineraries to include these jaw-dropping “free-of-charge” attractions in the city. With astute, sensible, and sticking to the wallet-friendly activities, you will have a Vegas experience like no other!

The Las Vegas Welcome Sign - a must-see for first-timers! This iconic sign on the south edge of the Strip is a blazing riot of colorful splendor- its flashy and famboyant design aptly represents the opulent city to a tee! Dont. miss. this!

Wildlife Habitat, Flamingo Hotel, 3555 Las Vegas Blvd. Meander through this 15-acre lush habitat (open 24/7) which is home to flamingos, birds, cranes, swans, fishes, and others. For a more intimate experience, schedule your visit when the flamingos are fred daily. Checking timings. Tel # (702) 733-3111.

 

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