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7 days in vegas

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7 days in vegas

Hi, iv booked 7nights vegas and 5 in san fran. Hubby been told 7 nights is too many as there's not that much to do. Please can i have some opinion's and ideas of things to do.

Thanks in advance

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1. Re: 7 days in vegas

I always go for 8 nights and have been going for 18 years, every year. There is sooo much to do there, this forum will be your friend and give you lots of advice. Trust me 7 nights for your first time is NOT enough lol

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2. Re: 7 days in vegas

you could stay busy with 14 nights.

Name it and you can likely do it.

Without knowing you, can't suggest what you'd enjoy...

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4. Re: 7 days in vegas

"Not much to do"

I've heard it all now!!

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5. Re: 7 days in vegas

There is as much to do as your brain can think up. Only problem is that most of it isn't free. I would go for a month at a time if I had the cash for it.

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6. Re: 7 days in vegas

There is an unlimited amount of things to do and see. The only limits are your budget and time. With that said, most of the people who say anything beyond 4-5 days is too much (including myself), are drinking and eating like crazy for those days and going on 3-5 hours of sleep everyday. I could easily do 7+ days if I didn't do that.

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7. Re: 7 days in vegas

Id spend more time in the Bay Area and less in Las VEgas with the 12 days you have, or break it up even more and do 4 in San Francisco, 4 in Las Vegas and 4 in San Diego and other areas of Southern California.

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8. Re: 7 days in vegas

You could spend a night or two at the Grand Canyon, too.

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9. Re: 7 days in vegas

Whoever told your hubby there's not much to do in Vegas must not have been there or is a total bore!!!

You'll find there's lots to do and there's no way you can see and do it all in 7 days!! Spend some time reading through the forum, read some of the Trip Reports in the sticky on the first page... there's so many fabulous ideas and tips about what, where, when and how in Vegas in all those TRs!!

Have a fantastic time, I'm so jealous you've got 7 days, we've only got 3 1/2!!

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10. Re: 7 days in vegas

I agree with @Heinz. If you got the money, you can spend a month in Vegas and always have something to do.

I also agree that for us that spend less than that in Vegas, we eat, drink and stay up all night to take advantage of the time we could afford. And there still is plenty I don't get to do.