Enjoy a 360 virtual tour of the United States, a vast, amazing, diverse, friendly, inexpensive country. Don’t limit yourself on your visit!
If your a fan of the show then you have to check it out.
If your in Las Vegas then you have to get downtown and check out Fremont Street. This is gives you the feel of the real original Las Vegas experience with all the vintage neon lights plastered everywhere. I was quite excited as I hadn’t been to Fremont before, plus along with friends we were going to do the Slotzilla Zipline and I love anything that gets the adrenaline going.
If your in Las Vegas then you have to get that iconic photo next to the Welcome to Las Vegas sign.
When in Las Vegas you have to see the Bellagio fountains, after all It’s free. However it turns out the fountains don’t start until 3pm, so dont go waiting around for nothing in the morning.
Things To See & Do In Las Vegas with an amazing mix of restaurants, shows, and many friendly people. There is so much more to Las Vegas than just the Strip
Las Vegas is almost synonymous with the Strip, but there’s plenty to do in the city that doesn’t involve casinos and gambling. On both of my visits to Vegas, I’ve tried to break away from the glitz, glam, see something new and something different.
I’ve wanted to visit the idyllic oceanfront city that is Santa Monica with its long beach ever since watching the hit series Baywatch as a kid.
Griffith Park Observatory is one of L.A’s greatest cultural attractions and best of all it’s admission free!
The second largest city in the United States, this place is home to virtually all the big time movie stars. Full of wannabe actors, musicians and surfers a like. It’s a place you’re either gonna love or hate.