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June 12, 2011
From journal Las Vegas 2011
N, New York
November 17, 2005
We visited in November 2005. With more than 130 shops set in a climate-controlled dessert, what girl wouldn't be in heaven? The facade around all the shops looks like you are truly in the desert, with a "Vegas Sky" painted on the ceiling. There are affordable and exorbitant shops intermingled along this mall. This is where I fell in love with Sephora, by far the neatest cosmetic store I've ever seen. The greatest thing is that you can test EVERYTHING! Anyone would feel welcome in there, too, unlike Yves Chantre, where I feel like I need to be wearing my Prada to enter.
This is a really neat place to spend an afternoon. It is not as busy as the Forum Shops at Caesar's. There is entertainment along your journey in the Passage as well. There are contortionists, jazz pianists, acrobatic body balancing, and even a live rainstorm with thunder lightning, pouring rain, and a cloud burst! There is plenty to fill your tummy after a hard day of shopping, too. There is everything, from gelato and paninis at Aromi d' Italia to a cheeseburger at the Oasisi. If you are in the mood for more, check out the Spice Market Buffet, my best pick for buffets in Vegas. I liked this passage of shops; however, if you can only hit one mall in Vegas, let it be the Forum at Caesar's. This mall is a bit more budget conscience for those who spent it all at the black jack table, though.
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