Tag: United States of America

Circus Circus – Las Vegas

Circus Circus Las Vegas is a hotel and casino in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States. Owned by MGM Resort International, this iconic landmark of Las Vegas is famous for its circus entertainment and casino, providing a fun package for all ages. First Impression Circus Circus is shaped like a circus tent, glittering in the dark of night with its golden lights and gives the feel of a carnival. In words of Hunter S Thompson, it has “all manner of strange County-Fair/Polish Carnival madness is going on up in this space”. This carefully choreographed madness is the USP of this...

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Eating Out In Chicago

  Chicago is a diner’s paradise, making it a fun city to eat out in. They have a wide range of food options, everything from American burgers to European cuisine. The best part is that you can find all types of food in just about any price range. This means anyone can enjoy eating out in Chicago, no matter what their budget is. Low Price Range Restaurants that fall under the category of low price range are ones serving meals that are $15 or under. These eateries are usually very kid friendly with quick service. The atmosphere can be...

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Free Things to Do in Orlando, Florida

Orlando is an incredibly popular tourist destination, one of the most well-known in the world, receiving more than 40 million visitors to its sunny shores each and every year, and when you look at the massive array of world renowned attractions it’s home to, it becomes crystal clear why it is so beloved. With such famous and well-loved tourist hot spots like Universal Studios, Disney World and Sea World, taking a holiday in O-Town can prove to be an expensive decision, but there’s also a hidden treasure trove of free activities available to you, if you know where to...

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The Outback Bowl: A New Year’s Day Tradition

Established in 1986, the Outback Bowl is a college football bowl game played every year at the Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida. Matching teams from the Southeastern Conference and Big Ten Conference, the Outback Bowl is a very lucrative game, netting participating teams at least $3 million. Bowl games explained. Bowl games are named after the Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena, where the first post-season college football games took place. These games have become a tradition for college football teams who have had successful seasons and have grown to become highly lucrative. Revenue for bowl games is usually...

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