As I was not into the casinos, I was interested in the museums at Las Vegas. What else was there to see in Las Vegas? Time to check it out!
National Atomic Testing Museum
“The National Atomic Testing Museum in Las Vegas, Nevada, documents the history of nuclear testing at the Nevada Test Site in the desert north of Las Vegas. The museum operates as an affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution.“—Wikipedia
There was a lot of memorabilia from the past that were inspired by the nuclear testing. Everything from cereals to comic books had the word “atomic” on it!
Do you recognize anything below?
Elara Hotel by Hilton Grand Vacations
The Elara Hotel was the second place that I stayed at during this trip. This hotel offered us a special discounted rate for agreeing to take a tour of their hotel grounds. This hotel was definitely luxurious!
Take A Walk On The Strip
Even though I wasn’t planning to do much shopping, I just had to visit and see how elaborate the shops on the Vegas Strip were….
Now how fancy travelling could be….
Eating In Vegas
As we were walking towards the Excalibur for the Tournament Of Kings Show, but decided to try some nachos with lobster…
Tournament Of Kings
The show was a hit with the children. Even the adults got excited as each section had their own knight to cheer for! This show also came with a meal and we found out that we could order children’s meals, instead of the large-size roasted spring chicken meal. I knew that I wouldn’t be able to finish it all, so I brought a take-out container to take back to the hotel.
$5 Lunch Menu!
Who said that all the food in Vegas was expensive?? I discovered this excellent $5 Lunch Menu at Ocean One Bar And Grille. This place was very popular with young families as the table covering was a large piece of drawing paper. We were given some crayons and they began to draw away!
Buffet At Paris The Village
This buffet was inside La Paris Vegas. The food was quite decent for the price and the children were pleased with the selection too. Great for the family.