"Sin City" Has A Romantic Side
Vegas is known for gambling, showgirls and topless reviews. But the city known as Sin City actually has a softer side. Honeymooners or just couples in love can find a spot or two of romance amid the kitschy and downright tawdry sights of the Strip. Here are a few suggestions.
The exterior of the Venetian Hotel looks like St. Marks Square in Venice. There are even copies of the pillar of St. Mark, the pillar of the Lion of Venice and the Rialto Bridge. Gondola riders sing operatic and Italian love songs softly to their riders. When the gondolas pass under the bridges, the songs echo along the vaulted interiors. For a little more privacy, spend a few extra dollars for a private gondola ride. Otherwise you may be sharing your romantic gondola with another couple. A second gondola ride is available in the second floor of the shopping center. This one is not open to the sky. Instead visitors feel as if they are drifting down side canals in Venice. The indoor gondola ride has more ambient noise of shoppers, while the outdoor ride has more of the sounds of the street.
The Eiffel Tower
Your tour guide may repeat these or other trivia about the Eiffel tower during your 90-minute trip to the top of the Paris Las Vegas Eiffel Tower.
The Elevators of the Paris Las Vegas Eiffel Tower are wedge-shaped so that 4 of them can fit into the central, square column of the tower. Each elevator has large round portholes through which you can se
The Eiffel Tower Restaurant, Paris Las Vegas
The Eiffel Tower Restaurant is located in the half-sized Eiffel Tower in the Paris Las Vegas hotel. The restaurant overlooks the Bellagio fountain and gives diners a birds-eye view of the fountain show. The fare is French in keeping with the Parisian theme. For a good value, visit the restaurant for lunch, when the menu is lighter and the prices are lower.