I’ve lived in Vegas for ten years and along the way I’ve drank too much, spent too much money, and I’ve also learned a lot about how to correctly enjoy the city without breaking the bank. I recently wrote a post for Travel Pass Magazine giving tips on how to visit Vegas without breaking the bank. Check it out!
Aria, 3730 S. Las Vegas Blvd. 89109
Tourists always ask me where they should go eat and I am usually no help because I rarely eat on The Strip. I did, however, eat at Michael Mina’s Bardot Brasserie (inside Aria) for another job and it was one of the best and most memorable meals I’ve ever had.
Holy Shit! I’ve officially lived in Vegas ten years. I never thought I’d be here this long but it’s home. This list is basically why I love this city, even after all this time.
- The View of The Strip skyline:
I don’t necessarily want to hangout on The Strip – because I prefer Netflix and my couch – but there’s no denying that it is damn gorgeous to look at (from afar, of course).