This is a city where you can shop till you drop, eat up a storm, and enjoy lavish entertainment.
I've only made three trips to Vegas. I am not a gambler. The draw for me is the architecture and the shows. I love walking down the strip and roaming through the hotels. I marvel at the re-creation of famous places. Ah, the hotels.
Think you are in Venice, Italy? No, you are at the Venetian. (L is for Lagoon)
In addition to big name performers and cozy piano bars, there are Cirque du Soleil shows. Definitely my all-time favorites. (L is for Love)
And shop, if you enjoy that sort of thing. Just looking is a feast for the eyes. And if you are worn out from shopping and eating, you can visit the Canyon Ranch Spa. (O.K. I wasn't exactly worn-out, but any excuse for a relaxing massage will do.)
There are plenty of ways to spend your money in Las Vegas. Nearby is Red Rock Canyon for scenery and hiking. Vegas also serves as a starting point for tours to Hoover Dam and the Grand Canyon. Been there, done that.
It's the kind of place where it would be hard to be bored. Unless you gamble away all your money. (L is for Loser)
L is also for Louisianna, Louvre Museum, Longwood Gardens, Los Angeles, and Lisbon, Portugal