Vegas has more to offer than just the strip.
I had read about the Neon Museum on Zoe London Blog way before I even knew I was coming to Vegas so as soon as we started planning the trip I pencilled it into the itinerary. It’s quite far out from the strip so it’s certainly a hop in an uber trip but totally worth it!
Stacked high in the extreme Vegas heat is a collection of the old neon signs from the strip plus some newer ones mixed in each with their own unique little back story.
This is one of the oldest signs in the boneyard; the word cocktails would have been added after the prohibition period.
Some of them are not just your average neon sign.
Dress – Zara|Sunglass – Max&Co c/o Specsavers.
The Neon Museum is a photographers dream and I would happily revisit any day. They also do a night tour where some of them are lit up which I would love to see!
Feet feeling a little tired we headed back to our hotel and got ready for a dip in the pool.
I am very much an adventurous type of a girl so lying in the sun even with a good book gets boring after a while, we cooled off in the pool and headed to Tropicana Beach Cafe for a bite to eat.
Classic but huge lobster roll for myself which yes, I am proud to say I did finish.
And a Rueben sandwich for the Mr which obviously he finished he has no trouble with american portion sizes!
If you can when you are in Vegas go and see a show! We managed to snag some tickets to The Blue Man Group at The Luxor which is phenomenal, so clever and so funny!
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We got some tickets in The Splash Zone which provides you with a very stylish splash mac and is totally worth the fear of having things thrown on you!
We bid Vegas good bye and headed to the airport for the next part of our adventure. San Francisco.