Awesome & Affordable AirBnBs in Las Vegas

Las Vegas isn’t typically thought of as being an affordable destination, but I’ve already proven that you CAN visit Vegas on a budget. An important part of traveling on a budget is finding affordable accommodation. Using AirBnB in Las Vegas is the best way to do just that! AirBnB is a great option because you’ll… Continue reading Awesome & Affordable AirBnBs in Las Vegas

24 Hour Guide to Downtown Las Vegas (on a Budget)

Most Vegas tourists only see the strip, but there’s another side to the city that you need to check out! Here’s how to spend 1 day in Downtown Las Vegas on a budget. … On my budget trip to Las Vegas last year, I decided to (mostly) stay away from the strip. Instead of spending… Continue reading 24 Hour Guide to Downtown Las Vegas (on a Budget)

How I Spent 3 Days in Vegas for Under $300

Las Vegas is flashy. Lights, casinos, entertainment, food, alcohol, nightclubs…basically, Vegas is full of all the things that cost money. A lot of money. But you want to see Vegas on a budget, right? Most people go to Las Vegas with the intention of splurging. It’s all about having fun and indulging. People go to… Continue reading How I Spent 3 Days in Vegas for Under $300

The LINQ Promenade // Las Vegas

The LINQ Promenade is a brick-paved, pedestrian-only street set between The LINQ Hotel & Casino and the Flamingo Las Vegas Resort. It’s a fun entertainment district lined with shops, restaurants, and bars. At the end of the promenade you’ll find one of the best attractions in Vegas–the High Roller! The LINQ Promenade is my favorite… Continue reading The LINQ Promenade // Las Vegas

Get a Peek at Old Vegas at the Neon Museum Las Vegas

The Neon Museum in Downtown Las Vegas was the only real “attraction” on my Vegas itinerary. With only 3 days in the city, I wanted to spend most of my time walking around between downtown and the strip, exploring like a local. I didn’t want to rush around or fill  my schedule to the brim.… Continue reading Get a Peek at Old Vegas at the Neon Museum Las Vegas

Looking at Las Vegas in a New Light

If you want more personal travel stories, essays, and pieces like this, subscribe to the Travel Daze Dispatch Newsletter for exclusive stories that you won’t see on the blog. The Las Vegas Strip. A street full of debauchery, and a shining beacon of capitalism. Tacky, gaudy, over-the-top. Some sort of twisted man-made paradise. An oasis… Continue reading Looking at Las Vegas in a New Light

Downtown Container Park // Las Vegas

The Container Park in Las Vegas is a recent addition to the downtown landscape, built as a part of the Downtown Project. Made out of repurposed shipping containers, the Container Park is a sort of open-air mall. It’s home to many restaurants and shops, all of which are local. The outdoor space is filled with… Continue reading Downtown Container Park // Las Vegas

Cabana Suites at the El Cortez // Downtown Las Vegas

I considered a few different places while searching for accommodation in Las Vegas. I definitely wanted to stay Downtown instead of on The Strip, so that narrowed things down a bit. Price, as always, was the biggest factor, but location was important too. I wanted to be able to walk out of my hotel and… Continue reading Cabana Suites at the El Cortez // Downtown Las Vegas

Chinese New Year Display at the Bellagio Conservatory

Since today is the start of the Lunar New Year, I decided the best way to kick off my coverage of last week’s trip to Las Vegas would be to show you the beautiful display at the Bellagio Conservatory. The Conservatory and Botanical Gardens at the Bellagio in Las Vegas features seasonal horticultural exhibits throughout… Continue reading Chinese New Year Display at the Bellagio Conservatory