For people who like the fast fun that a casino can offer, you can craft related things for decoration in your home. There are a lot of people who love casinos. That’s why they get so much business every year. Las Vegas, Atlantic City, Reno; all of these towns are crammed with people who like to gamble. Unfortunately, most people don’t live near these casino towns. They can only get their casino fix while on vacation.In order to bring some of the fun and glitz of the casino to your home, you can make decoration crafts that add that kind of flair. Choose a room in your home that will be decorated in the casino fashion. There are several ways that you can decorate so that it makes you feel like you are back in Las Vegas. For starters, you can make an awesome lit up sign that mimics the neon ones you find in casino filled cities. Pick up some rope lights at your local hardware store and then fashion them into different shapes and designs. Use several different colors to further add creativity to the scene.For a well-crafted casino room, you may also want to paint the walls black. Casinos are generally dark and are often visited mostly at night. To bring that feeling to your room, paint the walls and ceiling either black, or a very dark blue or purple. With the faux neon signs and dark walls, you are already well on your way to a casino themed room.
If you enjoy gambling it’s tough to beat the excitement of Las Vegas. When it comes to gambling Las Vegas has something for everyone and every level of gambler out there.Here are some great tips for gambling in Las Vegas.The gambling options in Las Vegas are practically endless.Vegas has everything from video poker, to slots, sports betting, blackjack, poker, bingo and the list goes on. And you can do these things in almost any type of environment depending on whichever casino you decide to visit.Here’s some basic advice on gambling in Las Vegas.
Most casinos offer free lessons on a variety of games — craps, pokers, roulette and more. Check out for free lessons at your casino.
Be sure to spend some time watching the game you want to play to get a feel for how things go.
You’ll learn basic things like how, when and where to place your bets.
You’ll know if or when you should touch your cards in card games, throw the dice in craps games, etc.
Check the minimum and maximum bets at each table before sitting down to play.
Be sure to observe how you bet. The last thing you want to do is bet two grand when you meant to be twenty bucks.
And vice versa if you end up winning your bet! Ouch!
But before you get sucked in to acting like a high roller, remember some of these cautionary tips for gambling in Las Vegas.
Everything favors the house – the las vegas casinos survive because they make money. They make money because the odds are in their favor.
You can have fun in Vegas and gamble and not go broke. Pick your games carefully, bet carefully, keep an eye on your bankroll and know when to stop.
Don’t drink and gamble. There’s a reason the casinos encourage drinking in their gamblers. It encourages bad decisions.
Don’t be intimidated if you haven’t gambled in a casino before. The casinos want you to gamble and they want you to have fun so you’ll come back.
Each year, the local Las Vegas Newspaper, the Review Journal, publishes a special issue of “The Best of Las Vegas”. The categories selected range from local businesses, entertainment, sports, locations, dining and hotels and related services. The selection process is nominations from the readers of the paper as well as their editor’s picks.To summarize the favorites selected, which will help you plan your next visit to Las Vegas, here’s a recap:The “Best Strip Hotel” selection is the Bellagio according to the readers and Caesars Palace as the RJ pick. The Bellagio continually is the readers pick while Caesars Palace continues to update and re-invent itself. For the Downtown area, the reader’s pick is the Golden Nugget, the crown jewel of downtown which provided many updates this year such as the Shark Tank rising out of the swimming pool, new buffet, Lillie’s Noodle House and more. The RJ pick for the downtown area is the Golden Gate Hotel with its 99-cent shrimp cocktails.All of the hotels feature their own special dining choices, from buffets, coffee shops to gourmet rooms. The “Best New Restaurant” category went to the Hachi Modern Japanese located in the Red Rock Hotel Casino as the Reader’s choice and the B&B Ristorante in the Venetian as the RJ’s pick.Other dining categories selected are: “Best Coffee Shop”, the Café Bellagio as selected by both the readers and the RJ staff, “Best Seafood Restaurant” is Joe’s Seafood, Prime Steak and Stone Crab Restaurant in the Forum Shops, the Reader’s pick, and Michael Mina at the Bellagio as picked by the RJ, “Best Gourmet Restaurant” is the Bouchon in the Venetian (Readers pick) and the Mix in Mandalay Bay (RJ), “Best Mexican Restaurant”, Gardunos located in the Fiesta Ranch Hotel (Readers) and Casa Cocina in the Cannery Casino (RJ).Other selections are: “Best Italian Restaurant” is Terra Rossa in the Red Rock Hotel Casino (Readers) and Terra Verde at Green Valley Ranch (RJ), “Best Steakhouse” is an old favorite, The Steakhouse located in Circus Circus (Readers pick) and the Canal Street in the Orleans Hotel and Casino. For Asian food, the readers pick was PF Chang’s China Bistro in Planet Hollywood Hotel while the RJ’s selection is Ping Pang Pong in the Gold Coast. Let us not forget the Las Vegas Hotels staple, buffets. The reader’s pick for the “Best Buffet” is the Buffet at Ballagio and the RJ’s pick is Le Village Buffet in the Paris Hotel. The reader’s pick for the “Best Brunch is split between the Buffet at Bellagio and the Bally’s Steak House while the RJ choice is the Broiler located in the Boulder Station Hotel on Boulder Highway.For the best Breakfast specials, the reader’s pick is any of the locations in Station Casino’s but the RJ picked “Wild” at selected Station Casinos. Lastly, for food, let us not forget Shrimp Cocktails, a long time favorite in the Las Vegas casinos. The reader’s picked the shrimp cocktail at the downtown Las Vegas Golden Gate Hotel while the RJ selected the Hacienda Casino by Boulder City.