I'm a guy in my 20s planning a holiday to the US later in August this year, and will be visiting Las Vegas as part of this trip. I will be travelling solo.
I have prepared an itinerary and would like to get feedback as well as some help with it. The itinerary is in an online spreadsheet can be viewed via the link below:
The Las Vegas portion of the itinerary can be found in the parts for 18 - 21 August (towards the top).
For most part, the columns should be self-explanatory. I have left out the directions as I believe those should be put in last, after everything else is nailed down. You might notice a few rows highlighted in orange as well - those are for uncertain items.
Here are my questions:
- For novelty's sake, I'm thinking of trying the Heart Attack Grill, perhaps for lunch on 19 August. Given I will not be driving, is it better to take the bus (looks like WAX from Google Maps), or will it better to go for a quick cab ride?
- Is the time I allotted for Battlefield Vegas just right, or excessive? I'll likely be trying 5 - 6 firearms.
- It's currently not in the itinerary, but I read a lot of great things about the Fremont Street Experience. Is it worth trying to hit the area on the night of 18 August (after check-in) to catch the show?
- I do not plan on gaming, and even if I do, it'll likely be only for a short time. Is an hour at Caesar's Palace adequate, or should I allocate more time to it?
As some background, when it comes to itineraries, I tend to lean on the quicker, more tightly packed end. As an example, I previously did the Churchill War Rooms, Tower of London, Natural History Museum, and Westminster in a day and felt comfortable with that pace. Another example would be Versailles, the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre within a day.
Thanks in advance!
You might notice the itinerary includes other cities as well; I will be posting separate threads in the relevant forums for those. In addition, as the link is to a "live" spreadsheet, do not be surprised if its contents change over time. Last but not least, feel free to ignore the table at the bottom on expenses, although feedback on those is welcome as well.