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AARP's must-see sights in Sin City
There’s a reason Las Vegas often welcomes 42 million visitors a year — a third of them over 50. It’s a city built for escape, whether for a girlfriend getaway, a late-in-life honeymoon or a fun family-celebration vacation (milestone birthdays are big). With world-class shows and a celebrity-chef restaurant boom, it’s less about gambling these days, but gamers still can play 24/7 at more than two dozen casino resorts on Las Vegas Boulevard, aka the Strip, and a dozen downtown. Here’s how to do this unique city like a vet.
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Sin City is full of restaurant and hotel openings, flashy shows and more
The California oasis is huge, dry, often brutally hot — and absolutely worth a visit
Make the city your base for exploring these trails, beautiful in fall or winter
Cathedral-like canyons and majestic sandstone cliffs create a wondrous landscape
Enjoy a stargazing, paranormal and historical journey through the desert
Experience the majesty of the natural wonder — gorges, alcoves, and rocks resembling castles
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