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by Go Girl!
Los Angeles, California
October 17, 2000
From journal High-end Las Vegas
St Catharines, Ontario
November 25, 2007
From journal Sin City 2007
May 11, 2007
From journal Wedding at Las Vegas
Charlotte, North Carolina
June 17, 2000
From journal Las Vegas: My Second Home
November 15, 2005
From journal City of Flashing Lights
N, New York
November 17, 2005
From journal Las Vegas: Details you may not have heard
July 26, 2005
If you are a shopper at all, you cannot miss the Forum Shops - try not to get lost! I didn't get to spend as much time there as I would have liked, but from passing through, I saw just about every brand/designer name I could think of!
Caesar's has a large collection of classy/gourmet restaurants. Although I didn't get the chance to dine at any of them, my friend visited Bobby Flay's Mesa Grill and enjoyed it.
From journal Viva, Las Vegas! A First-Time Visitor's Take
January 7, 2004
The shops are set in a Roman theme with Roman gods looking down on you whilst you shop, lots of fountains and statues, etc.
Some of the statues come to life at certain times to give entertaining shows and the room is made to look like sky, which changes from day to sunset to night as you walk along.
There are lots of different shops and restaurants to visit and all in all is one of the best shopping areas in Vegas.
From journal My Las Vegas Top Ten
Las Vegas, Nevada
September 3, 2002
Another great mall with more upscale shops is at the Venetian. Ann Taylor and Dooney & Bourke are here amidst the gondoliers and street performers.
Sunset and Stephanie have one of the best selections of everything anyone could need personal or home wise. Old Navy, DFW shoe warehouse, Best Buy, Barnes & Noble, Toys R Us, Organized Living, Lowe's, and Wild Oats (health food grocer) are all close together.
The Boulevard Mall is excellent for department stores in close proximity. A Gloria Jean's coffee store is here as is Disney, Robinson's May, Dillards, JW, Gap, Electronic Boutique, and Charlotte Rousse. Be prepared to dodge the teenager mall crawl crowd!
From journal Living in Las Vegas
July 24, 2001
The Forum Shops is one big mall, essentially, but with specialty stores and the Vegas atmosphere. You feel as if you're shopping in Rome (to an extent) with the faux sky ceiling and various Roman architecture throughout.
From the budget conscious to the max-out-your-credit-cards-with-one-purchase, stores include Alfred Dunhill, Banana Republic, Bernini, Emporio Armani, Escada, Versace, Lalique and Salvatore Ferragamo.
I noticed many of the chain stores including Gap and the Disney Store seemed to have a larger selection than their middle America mall counterparts.
You can easily spend thousands of dollars in minutes at The Forum Shops so window shop first and then go back to buy!
From journal Bachelorette weekend in Las Vegas!