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Get Your Vegas Foodie On!
Take the Las Vegas foodie tour that locals choose! Taste Buzz Vegas Food Tours mixes history, secret locations, and “foodie delights” into an exciting and tasty tour. Your friendly and knowledgeable tour guides, aka “Foodie Friends,” combine must-try restaurants with can’t-miss attractions to create a fun urban outing with delicious food and lots of Instagrammable moments!
$115 Blazin' Paddles Kayak Tour
Experience an exciting 4-mile kayak tour of the beautiful Black Canyon! Be the first to spot bighorn sheep and get awe-inspiring views of the legendary Colorado River, all with shuttle service from your hotel!
Eiffel Tower Viewing Deck Experience
Rise above the frenzy of the Strip at one of Las Vegas’ premier attractions with amazing views. An icon of the city skyline, the high-altitude attraction is located 46 stories up and is a half-scale replica of the world-famous Paris, France landmark.
The name's Bond. James Bond.
Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse in Las Vegas offers elegant dining just steps from the famed Vegas Strip. One of the unique features of this 5-star classic Las Vegas establishment is the James Bond Wine Table. Purchased in 1997 at a Napa Valley wine-auction for $362,000, the steak and seafood eatery table is now valued at well over $1 million.
Take a Cool $65 Off an Airbnb Stay!
Unforgettable trips start with Airbnb. Find adventures nearby or in faraway places and access unique homes, experiences, and places around the world.
Trivia Contest!
Win a Family 5-Pack of Fun at the Rex Center
Submit the correct answer for a chance to win a Family 5-Pack of half-day attractions passes to the Rex Center! The winner will be selected randomly from the correct entries and notified by email. Congratulations to last month's trivia winner, Lydia from Henderson, NV!
Last month's question was: What trendy Las Vegas restaurant is hidden behind a secret, unmarked door in the back of a pawn shop storefront?

The answer is: Beauty & Essex, at the Cosmopolitan Hotel.
This month's question is: What was the first full-sized record store in Las Vegas?

A. Odyssey Records
B. Zia Records
C. Ridiculous Records
D. Wax Trax Records
E. Vegas Vinyl
F. Garwood Van’s “Musicland”
G. Record City
H. Moondog Records
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