The only time you should split tens is when your wanting to make room at the table for your friends and the only place to do that is Las Vegas.
Named the Entertainment Capital of the World, Vegas is home to the pleasure-seeker, renown for its world-class gaming, tantalizing restaurants, and titillating shows. Only in Las Vegas will you find the best live performances by some of the most famous entertainers living. From comedy and magic to Broadway show tunes and incredible concerts, filled with spectacular arrangements and special effects.
Branson, nestled in the Ozark Mountains is a city far removed from the bustle of life. Located in the southern hill region of the Ozarks, you will enjoy the clear spring fed streams, many of which gush with more than a million gallons of water per day. Explore the area’s thousands of honey combed caves carved out of limestone by these streams. In town, you won’t want to miss the variety of entertainment shows, shopping, dining, and attractions for the entire family, including the Silver Dollar City theme park. Take a stroll down the quaint boulevards, visiting the many small shops in the area. Don’t forget to buy a nibble of homemade fudge at the candy shop! The locals welcome you with warm hospitality as if they have known you forever.
Vacationers have been flocking to Daytona Beach for more than a century. Although the wide stretch of white sandy beach is still the biggest sightseeing attraction, be sure you also visit the Daytona International Speedway, the Ocean Center convention complex, the new LPGA golf course and the Halifax Harbor Marina. These outstanding facilities and attractions hail the renaissance which has been taking place in Daytona Beach over the last several years. Historical sites like the Main Street Pier, the Oceanfront Park add to the appeal of this exciting city.
The Cape may boast nearly 560 miles of stunning shoreline, but there is more to do here than sit on a picture-perfect beach, reading a relaxing book and working on your golden tan…not that there’s anything wrong with that! You can explore the 15 distinctive towns, the area’s arts and culture, quaint shops, plentiful events and festivals, and countless historic sites and landmarks. Cape Cod also offers fine dining experiences, New England’s best golf, self-guided nature trails, unique bicycle trails, scenic overlooks and unique attractions like the Cape Cod Winery.