Where are the best casinos outside of Las Vegas?

You may be looking for the thrills and glamour of a holiday spent gambling in glitzy casinos. So that means you have to go to Vegas, right? Well, no, actually. It doesn’t. There are loads of other casino holiday destinations that you can try out away from the most obvious choice.

Travelling long haul to spend time in the middle of a desert may not be how you want to enjoy your casino holiday. And although films and popular culture may have you believing Las Vegas is the only choice for the best casinos, we’ve found plenty of places for you to go in Europe, America and Canada.

If you want to stick in Europe then the Gran Escala project in Spain could be the right choice for you. You’ll find this amazing purpose built casino and holiday zone between Zaragoza and Barcelona. There are plenty of other theme parks, loads of casinos, shopping centres, hotels and restaurants offer a whole world of glitz, glamour and excitement on your doorstep – it’s already known as the Las Vegas of Europe.

Or if you’d rather go to a place with its own existing culture, history and excitement, as well as casinos, then London would be a great choice. There are loads of famous casinos, such a The Casino at The Empire London and, when you want a break from the gambling you can take in the fabulous shopping, restaurants, night life and, of course, the classic tourist attractions. London has it all for a perfect holiday, for those who want to gamble and those who want to have their fill of culture, history and style.

Talking of style, finesse and class, you can’t not visit Monaco, if you’re after a gambling holiday among the rich, famous and totally glamorous. The Monte Carlo Casino is one of the largest casino sites in the world – and it’s right next to the beach. There are loads of other attractions to visit when you get sick of soaking up the sun and taking your chances at the tables, including the Grand Theatre de Monte Carlo.

Wherever you end up jetting to on your casino holiday, make sure you spend the journey and any downtime in your hotel practicing your gambling skills on an online casino. There is no better way to hone your skills, win some cash (hopefully!) and kick back and relax. The great welcome bonus over at WinaGames is just one example of the great incentives some online casinos offer – give it a go, there’s nothing to lose!

So we’ve talked about European casino holidays and American casino destinations (with Las Vegas), now what about Canada? It may not call to mind images of glitz, glamour and casinos but it is actually a really popular place to go for a casino holiday. Canada has over 100 casinos, so no matter where you are in the vast country, you’re bound to find somewhere to test your skills.

Ontario, for example, has more casinos than any other Canadian state and it’s also easy to visit Niagara Falls where there are some casinos worth visiting as well as the beautiful countryside and natural attractions to take in. The Niagara Falls View Casino has around 3,000 slots and 150 table games and Casino Niagara has 2,400 slot machines and 79 casino table games. No matter whether you want to give Roulette a go or want to play Blackjack, Baccarat or Craps, you’ll find somewhere in Canada to fulfill your dreams of a fun, adventurous holiday of a lifetime, with added gambling!

  

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Popular casinos to visit in Las Vegas

If you’re taking a holiday in the city of Las Vegas, it is pretty likely that you will be visiting some of the casinos that are found around the city, especially along the Strip. The city offers well over one hundred casinos which can make selecting a few rather difficult. While these casinos all have their own flavor, certain ones are simply more popular than others.

The Bellagio is one of the more opulent casinos found in the city. It is well attended due to its casino game offerings including its poker rooms. These rooms have been the site of various poker tours. Measuring a total of 7000 square feet, the room is complete with 40 poker tables as well as two areas with high limits. Among these is the famous Bobby’s Room which was named for the 1978 World Series of Poker Champion, Bobby Baldwin. The casino also features a fountain show with the fountain being synchronize with a music and light program. Gamblers at the Bellagio should take a short time out to experience this one of a kind show.

Located within close proximity to the Bellagio is the Venetian. Visitors here can expect to find a theme from the Italian city of Venice. Complete with canals and gondolas, many may even for a brief time feel like that are actually in Venice. Like the Bellagio, poker has quite a presence here at the Venetian. The poker room found here is one of the largest in the city with 59 poker tables making it easy to cash in to a game while visiting the Venetian. Expect to find various versions of poker just like those available at CasinoOnline.co.nz . This includes the popular community card poker games of Texas Hold ‘Em and Omaha Poker which are enjoyed by many at online casinos. Some tables do offer high limits but lower limit tables are present as well.

  

007 One by One: “Diamonds are Forever”

Bullz-Eye continues its look back at every James Bond film, 007 One by One, as part of our James Bond Fan Hub that we’ve created to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the first Bond film.

It’s Vegas, baby, for James Bond, and he’s played by Sean Connery for the last time (until 1983). The jokiest and the most violent of the Bond films up to that point, it’s no one’s favorite 007 entry – and it’s a lot of people’s least favorite – but we still think it’s got way more panache than many of the films that followed. It’s…

“Diamonds are Forever” (1971)

The Plot

Diamond smuggling turns out to be, naturally, only the tip of the iceberg as a graying Bond (Sean Connery) unravels a chain of deception that leads him to a Las Vegas-based ultra-reclusive mega-tycoon (Jimmy Dean), and then onto 007′s not-actually-dead arch nemesis, Ernst Stavro Blofeld (Charles Gray). It turns out that killing Bond’s wife simply isn’t enough for the social climbing super-villain; he’s once again making 007′s life hellish while also having the bad manners to peddle thermonuclear supremacy on the world market. Bond, meanwhile, is nearly wearing out his license to kill.

The Backstory

Though it’s an underrated film and beloved of many serious Bond fans, 1969′s “On Her Majesty’s Secret Service” with George Lazenby was deemed insufficient as a blockbuster. It did well enough abroad, but it’s all-important American grosses was about half that of earlier Bond entries. By 1970, Lazenby was already one for the “where are they now?” columns.

A replacement was needed, and so was a big hit. Stolid American heartthrob John Gavin (“Psycho“) had been contracted as a fall-back Bond, but moguls Albert R. “Cubby” Broccoli and Harry Saltzman set their sights on the one actor alive least interested in stepping into the very big shoes of Sean Connery – Sean Connery. While the Scottish unknown-turned-superstar has always insisted he was very grateful for his Bond stardom, to all appearances, Connery was over James Bond — now and forever.

On the other hand, we all have our price. Connery’s was £1.2 million – quite a lot of money in 1970 and enough cash for the actor to start his own charity, the Scottish International Education Trust. To sweeten the deal, United Artists also allowed Connery the chance to take the creative lead on two of his own movies. The understanding was, however, very clear that Connery would never again play Bond…for the Broccoli and Saltzman’s EON team, at least, that turned out to be true.

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Girl Next Door: Nicolle in Las Vegas

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We discovered the lovely Nicolle several years ago in Las Vegas at The Palms during the Search for the Most Beautiful Latina. Here we have some great photos of her in the pool with her sexy swimsuit and also in one of the suites in the hotel. Nicolle has some sexy curves and a sultry look with her long, dark hair. Enjoy the photos!

Check out more models like Nicolle in our Girl Next Door channel.

Photography by Miller Photos.

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The exciting Mandalay Bay transformation is now underway

There is plenty of buzz in Las Vegas around the transformation taking place at Mandalay Bay. Bullz-Eye had the opportunity to learn about the many facets of this exciting undertaking from Chuck Bowling, President & COO of Mandalay Bay during our Mlife experience in April.

Yes, Mandalay Bay is currently undergoing its first major property-wide transformation since opening in 1999, from the premiere of Cirque du Soleil’s Michael Jackson ONE to the debut of the Delano Las Vegas, a new all-suite boutique hotel within the resort. The 120-acre resort is collaborating with brands such as Morgans Hotel Group, Cirque, The Light Group and Four Seasons to create a totally new experience for its guests.

Some of the highlights include:

· Delano Las Vegas – Later this year, Mandalay Bay and Morgans Hotel Group will begin the transformation of THEhotel at Mandalay Bay into Delano Las Vegas, a new all-suite hotel scheduled to open in early 2014 that will embody the soul of Delano South Beach with Vegas flair.

· Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas – Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas, located on floors 35-39 of Mandalay Bay, began the year with a complete renovation of all 424 guest rooms and suites inspired in part by the vibrant Art Deco period. This spring, Four Seasons also introduced Press, a new indoor/outdoor lobby bar that creates an energetic social hub that evolves from espressos in the morning to draft beers and wine at night.

· Michael Jackson ONE by Cirque du Soleil – June 29, the resort will debut Michael Jackson ONE, a permanent Cirque du Soleil production that will bring to life the King of Pop’s music while celebrating his worldwide legacy.

· LIGHT Nightclub – Memorial Day Weekend, Mandalay Bay will unveil LIGHT Nightclub by The Light Group, a venue that combines the imagination and artistry of Cirque du Soleil with a roster of top DJs in the world. Designed to bring a unique, memorable experience each evening, LIGHT will tantalize senses with state-of-the-art production and theatrics.

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