Carnival World Buffet
This buffet is voted the best in Las Vegas year after year. It's an all-you-can-eat diner with 300 dishes prepared daily from 11 distinct cuisines, including the Orient, Italy and Brazil, breakfast, lunch and dinner.
It features water themes, LED screens that project flames and granite countertops. Fifteen food stations, six with their own chef, churn out pizzas, omelettes, sushi, tepanyaki, carved meats, Asian barbecue and at the Brazilian grill, diners may create their own South American stir-fry. There's an old-fashioned diner serving hot dogs, burgers, chips and you can make your own milkshake.
Quick service is guaranteed so you don't miss out on anything on your Las Vegas must-do list.
Las Vegas isn't all about gambling and extravaganza stage shows. There's so much shopping, you may need to buy another suitcase! Taste, interest, age and budget don't matter there's something for everyone.
There are strings of malls all waiting for your credit card. The Fashion Show Mall won Catriona's vote. You can wander through Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue, Macy's, Robinsons-May, Bloomingdale and Nordstrom department stores as well as more than 200 specialty shops.
The Forum Shops at Caesars has over 160 boutiques and shops, 13 restaurants and specialty food shops. A recent expansion added 16,000 square metres and additional levels out to Las Vegas Boulevard, creating a grand pedestrian plaza. It's a lather of fabulously stocked shops with windows full of alluring items just begging to be purchased.
Wynn Esplanade is paradise for serious shoppers. Here you'll find Chanel, Christian Dior, Manolo Blahnik, Cartier, Gaultier, Oscar de la Renta, Louis Vuitton and Chocolat.
For something a little more realistic, a 45-minute shuttle bus ride through the desert from the MGM Grand or Aladdin takes you to Fashion Outlets Las Vegas. There are more than 100 outlets featuring clothing, accessories, handbags, shoes, home furnishings, specialty gifts and food stores. It offers genuine reductions up to 75 percent off and could be the shopping spree of your life!
David was happy pottering around Bonanza Gift Shop, the 'world's largest gift shop'. Established in 1980, it's a cornucopia of souvenirs, the weird and the bizarre. There's class and kitsch, lots of casino-themed merchandise, T-shirts with all sorts of insignias you name it. Be prepared you could spend hours in here.