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New York, New York
February 12, 2011
May 11, 2010
From journal Back Up Vegas Trip
St Catharines, Ontario
November 25, 2007
From journal Sin City 2007
Carshalton, United Kingdom
January 28, 2007
From journal Viva Las Vegas!
July 31, 2006
Inside, there are tons of places to eat, a big gambling area, and great shops. The crepes I had here were wonderful and I seriously felt like I was back in France!
If you're looking to stay at the hotel, the website is a great place to get great deals for stays!
From journal Getaway to Las Vegas
June 21, 2003
TICKET PRICES AND INFORMATION:
OUR EIFFEL TOWER EXPERIENCE:
From journal Everchanging Las Vegas- Definitely A Change For The Better
November 9, 2005
I've come to realize that I'm afraid of heights. I some how managed to go to the top of the Eiffel Tower, though. They have a sign in one of the shops advertising "The Eiffel Tower Experience". Before you get to the top, they take your picture on a bridge in their casino. Then they give you the option at the end of your trip to buy it. Going up the tower was a neat experience to be able to look at the whole Strip from the top of this metal structure, while holding your breath that it won't fall over.
The neatest part of the whole experience was to see the fountains at the Bellagio from the tower. The fountains took on a whole new shape from 460 feet above the ground. The tower had holes where you could put the lenses of your camera out to shoot pictures. The side facing the Bellagio always seems to be crowded, but if you waited long enough, eventually people would leave. Be sure that you take your time to see everything, because it really is a neat experience.
From journal A Week in Vegas
Merritt Island, Florida
August 14, 2005
From journal Las Vegas - Disney for Adults?
January 23, 2007
From journal Las Vegas - The Vegas Virgin Trip
May 2, 2005
After waiting about 5 minutes for the elevator up to the top of the Eiffel Tower (you also get your picture taken during the wait), you get to ascend to the top for a panoramic view of the Strip. It was a great overview, in both directions, of Las Vegas. It certainly looks different from way up there. I think it would have been cool to see it all lit up at night, but it was also nice during the daylight hours.
Not sure if it's worth the money, as we only spent about 10-15 minutes up there, but the view was spectacular anyway.
From journal Quick Jaunt to Vegas