The Conservatory

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The Bellagio is one of the primary landmarks on The Strip. The “landmark” hotel/casinos have changed over the decades, and The Bellagio represents the newer (but not new) generation. During the rare times I visit The Strip, the Bellagio is one of my favorites. Understand that when I go visit a casino, it is almost always to people-watch.

My favorite casino, by the way, is The Venetian. Great restaurants, spectacular people-watching, what looks like an acres-long casino floor, the singing gondoliers, and it’s attached to the Palazzo (restaurants, people, etc.) Plus, it has free parking, which is something that’s becoming more of rarity in Vegas. That’s another rant altogether.

One of the highlights at The Bellagio is the seasonal Conservatory. It’s a showcase of images, statues, flowers, etc., and it is always stunning. The Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Gardens (official name) is a must-see destination for every Las Vegas visitor.

Happy Holidays!

Vegas Wineaux
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