It has been awhile since I've been here. There used to be a great yogurt/crepe shoppe here. Unfortunately, like many of the shoppes here, I don't believe it survived covid. The shoppes start at the bottom of an escalator bank near House of Blues and end with a connection to the Excalibur hotel and casino. They have everything from art galleries to barber shops. It's not as fancy as the forum shoppes but it does offer a couple of good restaurants (great Irish pub) and standard, strip stores. Not necessarily a place you must go out of your way to check out, but if you are near there it's worth the stop.
Because we're in Vegas!
This place was breathtaking. One of the coolest experiences I've ever had. I only wish I could have spent more time there but unfortunately had to fly home. We had such a fun time
Probably a 3.5 considering variety of selection, and of course, fantastical pricing. Some bright spots though - appreciated the bulk pricing on most souvenir prices at the fabulous Welcome to Las Vegas gift store and loved the aesthetic and "hidden" entrance of the 1923 Prohibition Bar speakeasy. For more portable fun, (and insulated or not discount refills!) get fruity frozen daiquiris at Fat Tuesday. Go EARLY in your trip to Sin City for the best value! Multiple locations around major tourism points.
I loved the "karma and luck" shop. There were beautiful pieces of jewelry. ... beautiful copper and healing stones trees... and I loved the "singing bowls". We were in that shop for at least an hour. Matt played the bowls... it actually brought a great peace to me.