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Vegas In a Day:4 Places to Visit

Vegas In a Day:4 Places to Visit

Day-long sojourns in the desert can be taxing. You need to make sure not to get blisters or sunstroke from overexposure, especially if you plan to be outdoors all day long.

First order of business, leave all your baggage with professional luggage storage services. Secondly, lather up with some SPF 30 sunscreen.

Now that we have that out of the way, here’s where you need to go when in Vegas for a day.

1. Vegas Indoor Skydiving

Skydiving’s a polarizing activity for the same reasons parkour’s a polarizing activity: gravity-defying stunts. But what if we told you Vegas has an indoor skydiving tunnel where you can float in the “air” without any prior experience?

Vegas Indoor Skydiving is an exceptional experience because you don’t have to jump off a plane, nor do you need to carry a parachute. Instructors usher suited up participants to a vertical tunnel to experience the float when the fan turns on. We like to think of it as a dive in reverse.

2. High Roller

The High Roller, a 550-foot-tall Ferris wheel, is a monstrosity in the truest sense. Inaugurated in 2014, it has been the largest observation wheel for a little over seven years now.

We suggest you ride the High Roller if you wish to at least see, if not visit, everything on your short trip. It’s 30 minutes per rotation, with up to 40 people per cabin pre-pandemic.

As for the sights, they look better during the evenings when the city’s all lit up.

 The Sphinx Statue at the Luxor Hotel in Vegas

3. The Strat

Yet another place to take in the haunts without actually visiting them; The Strat consists of a hotel, casino, and an 1149-foot-tall observation tower topped off by the Skypod.

The pod is a multi-level haven for titillating thrill rides, whereas the tower itself boasts indoor and outdoor observation decks to enjoy views of the Strip, a restaurant to stave off the hunger, and—in true Vegas fashion—a wedding chapel.

4. Luxor Hotel

The Luxor Hotel pays homage to ancient Egyptian architecture with its pyramid-like design and sphinx structure, so massive it’ll be the first thing you see when approaching the hotel, overshadowed only by the beam that points straight from the pyramid’s peak into the night sky.

You can stay there, pop in for a meal, or a quick shopping trip. In any case, the exterior’s the true highlight.

The Full Experience with Luggage Storage in Las Vegas, NV

Luggage can weigh you down and directly impede any fun the aforementioned locations promise. You’re better off leaving it with one of our cubbers.

Find a Cubby luggage storage at the Las Vegas International Airport, or leave it at your nearest spot.

You can also find our storage lockers at Boston, Washington DC, Austin, Atlanta, Houston, Galveston, Fort Worth, Dallas, and San Antonio.

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