Moving to Vegas Guide
So you've decided to make the big move to Las Vegas. Maybe you've been here before, or perhaps like me you made the move without ever having visited. Regardless Las Vegas is as unique a city as you will find anywhere on Earth and the rules and style of living are quite different from what you're likely used to.
These articles will give you tons of info on how to acclimate to your new city. From utilities info to information on neighborhoods and locals' deals this guide will help you go from newbie to Las Vegan in no time.
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From the planned community of Summerlin, owned by Howard Hughes company to the neighboring City of Henderson to neighborhood of North Las Vegas, Las Vegas has plenty to offer. Local restaurants and bars and parks and recreation cebters abound.
One of the biggest pains during a move is setting up all new utilities. From water to trash to electrical the sign ups can be irritating and confusing. These guides will help you make the process as easy as possible.
- Setting Up Your Las Vegas Utilities
- Las Vegas Utilities - Electricity
- Las Vegas Utilities - Gas
- Las Vegas Utilities - Water
- Las Vegas Utilities - Garbage
- Las Vegas Utilities - Recylcing
Las Vegas has two major dailys and several weekly papers. Want to know whether the Review Journal or the Sun favors your political view or what weekly will keep you up to date on the best Happy Hours and clubs, then check out my guide to Las Vegas Newspapers.
So you've moved across country, maybe for work, maybe for fun, maybe to start it all anew. Whether you've come with family or solo nothing helps one acclimate to a new city like getting pet. Adopt a dog or cat from one of these amazing organizations and you'll be helping the community and yourself out and gain a lifelong friend.
If you're like me you never gambled until you moved to Sin City, at least not real Las Vegas Strip gambling. sure my Dad and I bet the odd dollar n the Super Bowl, but nothing quite compares to the feeling of elation at winning your first Royal or the sinking despair of doubling down in Blackjack and watching the dealer turn over a second ten. This guide to common table games and their rules will help you get in the game and stay there.
Las Vegas is rightly lauded as the Entertainment Capital of the World. with dozens and dozens of ever changing shows there is little way you'll ever get to see them all, but this guide will help you decide which are the best for you.Fun Things To Do In Las Vegas With literally thousands of things to do for fun, Las Vegas will entertain you forever. Here are some great places to start.
- Zip Lining in Las Vegas
- Las Vegas Calendar of Events
- Las Vegas Indoor Skydiving
- Las Vegas Mob Experience
- The Fountains of Bellagio
- The Best Vegas Pool Parties
- NFL in Vegas. Your Guide to Team Themed Bars
- Bar Hop Like a Local
- First Fridays
- The Best of Sunday Funday
- Dig This - The Adult Sandbox
- Haunted Vegas Tours
- Area 51 Tour
- Mt. Charleston
Las Vegas has a lot more history than one may think. These articles will help you understand the past of this great city.
- Weird and Fun Vegas Historical Facts
- A History of The Fourth of July
- Station Casino's Fourth of July Blast
- Celebrate July 4th With the Las Vegas 51s
- The Summerlin Council Patriotic Parade
- Henderson's 4th of July Celebration
Las Vegas is the Entertainment Capital of the world and has numerous things to do, but few re free. These articles will help you save money and even get the occasional thing for free.
- Cheap Vegas - Money Saving Tips For May 2011
- MGM Unveils New Local's Only Deal Website
- Free Printable Las Vegas Show Coupons.
- Free Museum Admission for Bank of America Card
- Discount Codes for Aria at City Center
- Discount Codes and Deals for The Luxor
- Coupon Codes for $55 Cirque Tickets