For the continuation of our stay in Las Vegas, I’m going to talk about what we did during our third, fourth, and fifth days.( If you want to read about the first part, you can click here!) For our third day, we actually devoted half day to visit Hoover Dam and the Grand Canyon, so we got back on the strip around 5 pm. Since the bus we took dropped the riders off at their respective hotels, I was able to see other parts of the Las Vegas Strip.
(You can check out the video above to know more about our stay)
The next day, we decided to check out the various hotels and resorts that are located on the strip, and we sought to visit Bellagio’s neighbor, Caesars Palace.
Caesar’s Palace has a Roman theme to it, and being a fan and reader of Roman mythology, I really loved the design of the place, plus, I was able to recognize the different statues of the Roman gods that were displayed.
Caesars Palace was named after Julius Caesar, one of Rome’s greatest emperors.
The hotel also has replicas of famous Roman landmarks: it had a mini coliseum and also had several fountains, such as a similar Fontana di Trevi which is orginally in Rome.
Next, we went to Luxor Hotel which is at the Southern part of the Strip. Luxor had an Egyptian theme: The hotel itself is shaped like a pyramid, and there is a huge Sphinx outside.
Afterwards, we had dinner at Planet Hollywood again, but this time at PF Chang’s because we were craving for Asian food (specifically, we were craving for rice).
For our last day, we used it as a time to get some rest and finish packing since our flight the next day was at 6 am. We just went around Bellagio for the last time, but we did eat at Gordon Ramsey’s restaurant at Planet Hollywood: BURGR. I was happy that I was able to eat at his restaurant since he’s my favorite chef and I always watch him on Masterchef in my free time.
That’s it for our Vegas trip! I’ll be posting soon about our day trip to the Grand Canyon and as well as the next parts of our vacation.