USA Travel: How Expensive is LAS VEGAS?

USA Travel: How Expensive is LAS VEGAS?

In this video I explore Las Vegas, Nevada, the City of Sin and show how much things cost.
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USA Travel: How Expensive is LAS VEGAS?



Indigo Traveller says:

It looks like absolute chaos Gabriel. Good to see it from your perspective.

Alejandro Rivera says:

I haven't been there in over ten years, but seeing this makes me think I ought to revisit. It's interesting to see your approach to my home country in comparison to your trips to Nepal and South America. US is way more expensive in comparison!

just shahid says:

so now i plan to travel USA

John Lingel says:

Tacos El Gordo is a famous taco place. They have cheap options.

Anders Griffiths says:

Vegas looks like hell to me :P.
Also Stella Artois, or as it's known in the UK 'Wife-Beater'

Dutch Nomad Couple says:

The food from Venezuela is delicious, we stumbled into one in Playa del Carmen in ??

Greg Hayward says:

A tip to get cheap food in Vegas: stay at a cheap hotel with a small casino (basically everywhere has a casino) and get a gamblers card. they're free and you aren't required to gamble if you have it. show your card when going into the hotel restaurant and you can get buffets for as cheap as $4 per person.

Karin B says:

It actually looks pretty fun there! What a bustling vibe! I've been married three times, twice in other countries. IF (a huge "if") I ever did it again, I'd only do it in one of those chapels in Vegas by an Elvis impersonator, mostly because I think it would be hilarious & kind of fitting, lol. ? There are Twisted Kilts everywhere, I guess! It's one of my friend's fave places to go. Pretty interesting place, Vegas seems to be! I'm interested to see more! ??✌?

Global Adventurer says:

This was more informative than I expected.

K Gitness says:

Great vid! Helps a lot , thanks

Aaron Explores says:

Great video, very informative. I guess the most expensive part of Vegas is the gambling… if you lose lol

C. Meck says:

Resort fees are used by almost all Vegas casino hotels these days; the ones that don't usually will charge for wi-fi.

Pro-tip: if you stay downtown at a casino hotel without resort fees (Four Queens, Fremont, California, Main Street), you can go to the Gold Spike (a former casino that is now a quirky hotel). There's a "co-working" space with free wi-fi there that you can use if you are on the cheap and don't want to pay for the Internet.

Viva Las Arepas is great–go there. Skip Tacos el Mexico, Tacos el Gordo further south (just north of the Wynn on the east side of Las Vegas Boulevard) is much better.

Edges Of Earth says:

2:39 you didn't wanna stop and tie the knot? ?

Give it up to live it up ! says:

Awesome video, we are planning a trip there this summer!Check our travels too !

Money Jordan says:

You should do the sky dive at the Stratosphere, that would go viral ?

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