Three Vegas Activities You Should Add to Your 2014 CES Schedule12.06.2013
Three Vegas Activities You Should Add to Your 2014 CES Schedule
With meetings, seminars, and dinners filling up your time at CES, it’s easy to stick to the same routine. But since you’re only in Vegas once a year, why not step out of your comfort zone and experience what this amazing city has to offer? As CES veterans and Vegas aficionados, here are three fun activities that we recommend incorporating into your CES schedule.
1. Tried & True Entertainment: Cirque-du-Soleil’s “Mystère”
With so many options, it’s tough to choose which Cirque-du-Soleil show to pick for a fun night out. However, you can never go wrong with their first Vegas show, “Mystère” at Treasure Island, a vibrant production that combines powerful athleticism, high-energy acrobatics and inspiring imagery. It’s so amazing that some BDS-ers make a point of seeing the show every year.
2. Vintage Vegas Excursion: The Neon Museum
Step away for a few hours and visit The Neon Museum for a classic Vegas experience. The museum is home to some of the most treasured and world-famous neon signs of Las Vegas. You can schedule a guided tour by visiting their website www.neonmuseum.org.
3. Late Night Snack: Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill
If you’re wondering where to go after a night out on the town or find that you’re starving at four in the morning, the Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill at the MGM Grand is the best way to go. They’ve got a fantastic late-night menu where you can have dinner AND breakfast, not to mention it’s great for celebrity/people watching. At any hour, you might find one of us there!