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Romance Awaits You In Las Vegas Now

Romance awaits you in Las Vegas. Thousands of couples get married in Las Vegas. In fact, about 115,000 weddings take place each year or about 315 on any given day. So, it’s fair to say that Las Vegas is a romantic city. People come here to marry, honeymoon, and take advantage of the many opportunities for fun, excitement, and romance.

Where else can newlyweds do so many diverse things in one place? There are so many choices of places to dine in a low light romantic setting. There are award winning shows to fit every taste and budget. And, if you have the money, there are some incredible honeymoon suites located in some of the best hotels in the world.

There is one very simple, but unique thing to do for newlyweds, or for anyone for that matter. It is the epitome of a romantic outing. This brings the taste of Italy right to the Strip. We refer to a gondola ride up and down the canals inside the Venetian Hotel.

In addition to the setting itself, there is the music supplied by a golden voiced gondolier. The singing sounds incredible as it resonates, amplifies, and bounces off the walls throughout the canal area.

Gondola rides are $29 per person with four people or $116 for a two person package. These prices reflect about a 25% increase over earlier prices. But, it is definitely something a couple in love should try. It is romantic. Get more information here.

Maybe you would like a new career, as a gondolier? Well, the Venetian may give you the opportunity. Their website says:

On any day, the most-asked question to a gondolier at The Venetian is, “How can I become a gondolier?” Now, those fans have the opportunity to try – if only for a few hours – through Gondola University. The new program, limited to nine participants per day, shares the “ins and outs” of piloting a gondola. Participants receive a gondola hat and t-shirt, a souvenir photo and a degree certificate from Gondola University.



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