The Las Vegas strip has so many activities to keep you busy most visitors never leave the four-mile stretch. However, if you’re tired of the flashing lights and crowds or just want a change of pace there are fun things to do off the Vegas strip.
Las Vegas attracts millions of people every year with their luxury hotels and casinos. Don’t like to gamble? Here are some of the sights to see in Vegas if you are a non-gambler:
Often referred to as California’s “mother road,” Highway 395 is a pretty route that starts in southern California all the way to Canada. Our July road trip started in Phoenix, so we caught Highway 395 just outside of Victorville, California to Reno, Nevada stopping at sights along the way. What can you expect to see […]
The Pacific Coast Highway is California’s most scenic strip of coastline. It is also one of the most scenic road trips in the United States. Highway 1 is over 650 miles along the coast of California. It spans from Dana Point on the southern end to San Francisco on the north end. However, the National Scenic […]
Nawiliwili Kauai Lighthouse The Nawiliwili Lighthouse was a little more difficult to find , but the drive offers great views and a peaceful escape from tourists. To find Nawiliwili we turned down the road, like we were going to the Marriot Resort and drove as far as the road goes. Eventually we came to an […]
If you’re visiting Las Vegas staying close to the action is part of the fun. There are so many cool hotels to choose from. This is the second part of our Where to Stay on the Las Vegas strip. The hotels on this page are on the east side of the strip listed from south […]