Best Buffets In Las Vegas

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Las Vegas is the place to go for awesome buffets.  Most hotels, depending on the theme, carry their own fare on their buffets.  For instance, if you go Paris Hotel, you will see French food.  They normally serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner.  Your best bet is to go for brunch around 1030-11AM and then go back for dinner around 5PM.  Buffets and brunches can run you anywhere from $5 to $58 depending on where you are on the strip. 
    Bally's Sterling Sunday Brunch is one of the most expensive at $58.  The variety isn't as big, but the quality is better.  Unlimited Champagne, Lobster, Caviar, Sushi, Monkfish, and even tenderloin steaks and ostrich are offered in this eating experience.
    Paris Hotel's Le Village Buffet is another expensive venture.  On their buffet, you will find food grouped according to the French Region.  In Brittany, you will find crepes and roasted duck.  Alsace boasts a hearty lamb stew, where Provence offers pasta and braised beef.  Normandy has quiche and bay scallops.  The dinner buffet runs around $25.
    Harrah's Hotel has a fresh market buffet.  With the theme as a farmer's market, they have big sculptures made from fruits and vegetables.  There are plenty tastes to choose from at this buffet.  You will want to try the seafood, pasta, Mexican, Asian, and American fares.  Their dinner buffet runs around $17.
    The Mirage Hotel has a dining buffet named CRAVINGS.  They have something for everyone – Italian, Chinese, Mexican, American, and more desserts than you could possibly choose from to dine on.  Prime rib and seafood are also offered.  The dinner buffets here run around $15.
    The Excalibur's Round Table Buffet is one of the cheapest ones for breakfast.  They also offer any breakfast food you care to eat as well as carry a large variety of fruit juices and coffee, tea, or milk to drink.  All you can eat for $9.  Dinner runs around $13.

Mid Strip Hotels in Las Vegas

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Mid strip hotels have a big shopping theme for the most part.  There are a lot of shops in these hotels mentioned as well as other attractions.
    The Bellagio has an eight acre lake in front that represents the Lake Como village that the hotel was named after.  In this lake, about every hour, you can view some impressive water ballet and choreography.  At night, it is lit up and put to music for an even better show.  The shops in the Via Bellagio offer the current trends and clothiers such as Prada, Gucci, and Armani.
    Caesar's Palace which is right across the street from the Bellagio has a Roman decor and some of the staff wear gladiator outfits.  The 4,000 seat Coliseum was built just for Celine Dion who performs two hundred shows each year.  The Forum Shops cover three floors at one end of Caesar's and they have something for every taste and interest.
    The Venetian Hotel is elegance and sophistication.  The rooms are done in Italian marble and have glass showers and deep tubs.  The second floor houses the Grand Canal Shoppes and these are laid against a beautiful backdrop of sky and fluffy clouds to make you think you are outside.  They also offer gondola rides though the hotel.
    The Mirage Hotel is located right across the street from the Venetian.  They also own the Treasure Island right next door.  The first thing you will see when you ride the moving sidewalk to the entrance of the hotel is the tiger habitat.  Siegfried and Roy house several of their white tigers in this enclosure.  Their CRAVINGS restaurant has a breakfast, lunch, and dinner buffet that encompasses every taste out there.  Their shops are minimal as they have opened a rain forest exhibit full of palm trees and waterfalls.  The one main attraction here is the volcano that is located out front.  It goes off after sunset every 15 minutes and incorporates a colorful light show as well.

Fast Facts for coming into the US

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Business hours usually run from 9AM to 5PM.  On the weekends, Saturdays are usually the same, but Sundays are from 11AM to 6PM.
    The drinking laws here are a little different from other countries.  The drinking age here in the US is 21 years old.  You may be required to show identification when buying alcohol. 
    Electric outlets are also different from other countries.  The US uses 110 to 120 volt outlets, and Europe uses 220 to 240 volt outlets.  You will need a 110 adapter to use your electrical appliances here in the US.
    Consulates are all located in Washington DC.  There are some consulates located in the major US cities.  Washington is the home of the embassies for Australia, Canada, Ireland, Japan, New Zealand, and Great Britain.
    Petrol is simply known as gas here in the US.  One gallon of gas is equal to 3.8 liters.  The gas prices in the US rise and fall especially during holidays and summertime.
    Emergency Services are reached by dialing 911 in any US city.  If you have a health issue, you may want to check ahead and know where the hospitals are located in case you need medical help.  Carry a list of medications and surgical dates as well as your General Doctor's name and phone number.
    Time is in Pacific Standard Time in Nevada.  This means Nevada is 3 hours behind New York and in most states in the US, Nevada does observe Daylight Savings Time. 
    Finding a public bathroom is near to impossible.  You usually can go into a hotel and find one in the lobby.  Restaurants and other food places may not let you use their bathroom unless you are a patron there.  Simply buy a cup of coffee or soft drink. 
    The US observes many federal holidays and this may mean several government agencies are closed.  Some of these holidays include Christmas, Thanksgiving, Easter, New Year's Day, July 4th, Memorial Day, Labor Day, and Veteran's Day.

The Forum Shoppes at Caesar's Palace

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The Forum Shoppes have been described as a little bit of Rome married to Rodeo Drive and painted with Spielberg and you have an elegant retail space to shop.  You enter through a forty eight foot archway.  They have also painted a Mediterranean sky that the light changes as the day goes on.  A goddess of fortune welcomes you under the central dome. 
    Opened in 1992, the Forum Shoppes are a 250,000 square foot shopping paradise.  The architecture takes us back to between 300 BC to 1700 AD.  There are animatronic statues of Bacchus, Venus, Pluto, and Apollo playing the lyre.  It is a seven minute show with dancing water and a laser-light show.  An extension was added in 1998 called the Roman Hall.  This hall houses a 50,000 gallon circular aquarium that includes shows involving fire (it does get hot, so stand back), dancing water and animatronic figures that tell the story of the rise and fall of Atlantis.  
    They have many shops in the Forum.  There is a shop for every taste and interest.  Just to name a few:  Houdini's, Louis Vuitton, Ann Taylor, Gucci, Versace, Antiquities (a movie memorabilia place),  Fendi, Armani, and FAO Schwarz (a toy store).  In addition to shopping, there are several restaurants to get a meal and take a break in.  Perhaps the most famous is Wolfgang Puck's Chinois.  There is also a Planet Hollywood and a Cheesecake Factory.
    There was a second expansion that opened right onto the strip.  They added a three story glass entrance and 175,000 more square feet of retail stores.  The shops are open until 11 PM on Sunday through Thursday and 12 Midnight on Friday and Saturday.
    Take a whole day here just to browse or see the animatronic shows.  This place has a lot to offer and the aquarium has seats nearby so you can just sit and relax watching the fish after an exhausting day of shopping.

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