Dreams and fantasies often come true in Las Vegas

I’ve had some really, really wild fun nights in Vegas. I ended up on stage once with this band, The Digital Underground, doing the Humpty Dance.…..Ashton Kutcher

In the well embraced television series Fantasy Island, all of your dreams can come true.

The premise of the show was at a luxurious but remote tropical island resort, the enigmatic Mr. Roarke somehow makes the secret dreams of his well-heeled guests come true, although twists of fate occasionally turn those dreams into nightmares. He is assisted by Tattoo, a little person who could be trusted to sing out, “Da plane”. –

While Las Vegas is not named Fantasy Island, word has it that it can make virtually all of your fantasies come true.

Guess what the even better news is?

Some of those fantasies can come true for free.

I love Las Vegas. I like that Las Vegas has everything. Everything and anything you want to do, you can do in Las Vegas.……Drew Carey

Our beautiful female session wrestlers who provide great customer service are a dream come true and Las Vegas is home to many sensational session stars. You can schedule a session when convenient and here are a few other places to visit for free in Vegas to help make a full day of it.

The comprehensive attraction site vegas.com is kind enough to give us some suggestions.

Do you love chocolate? Then you have come to the right place.

  1. Located on the southeast side of town, Ethel M Chocolate Factory and Botanical Cactus Garden is only a 15-minute drive from the Strip. If you’ve ever eaten Ethel M Chocolates, they were made here. Forrest Mars Sr. opened the location in 1981. This is the only Ethel M factory in the world. He named the brand after his mother Ethel, who made chocolates from scratch — right in their own kitchen.

The factory follows the same traditions of Ethel’s kitchen. The recipe for the chocolate never changed. To this day, chocolates are still hand-packed into the boxes. While you’re touring the facility, see chocolate in the making through the factory’s windows. In addition to chocolate, the factory also creates pecan brittle, peanut butter and caramel.

Picking up a piece of chocolate and popping it in your mouth only takes a second. Preparing the filling, texture and shape of it takes a lot longer. In fact, this factory has a series of pipes, conveyer belts and tanks that hold 20,000 and 35,000 gallons of chocolate. Workers actually have to be latched into belts so they don’t fall into the chocolate!

At the Ethel M Chocolate Factory, visitors witness the time and effort it takes to create that perfect morsel. After seeing and smelling the rich aroma of these sweets, we bet you won’t be able to wait to devour a piece. You get a sample of your favorite chocolate in the retail area.

There are plenty of chocolates to choose from that are fit for all tastes. Select from white chocolate, dark chocolate and milk chocolate with fillings like fruit, caramel or nuts. The store offers festive flavors and box packaging during Valentine’s Day, Easter and Christmas. If you’re purchasing chocolate during the summer, you’ll be given an ice pack so your treats won’t melt. Since the chocolates are preservative-free, the freshness of each package only lasts two weeks. But we’re pretty sure you’ll be done with the box before then. The gift shop includes M&M’s chocolates and souvenir items.

Ready to walk off all those calories from the chocolate? Just next door is the unique, three-acre Botanical Cactus Garden. It features more than 300 types of cactus including spotted aloe, agave plants, Texas prickly pears and yuccas. Flowers bloom starting from the end of April to the beginning of May. During the holiday season, the garden transforms into a breathtaking winter wonderland complete with lights, festive decorations, Santa visits and carolers.

Even after more than three decades, Ethel M Chocolate Factory has maintained its popularity. Almost 1 million visitors from all over the world visit each year. After all, who would ever get tired of chocolate?

  1. Let your cares melt away as you watch 4,000-plus exotic fish swimming in the colorful Silverton Aquarium. It’s easy to lose track of time just by watching these peaceful sea creatures. Fortunately, there are comfortable benches surrounding the aquarium for your lounging pleasure.

If you grew up loving Ariel and Sebastian from Disney’s “The Little Mermaid,” then you’re in for a real treat. There may not be a singing crab belting out Caribbean-sounding tunes, but there are “mermaids” swimming in 117,000-gallon reef aquarium. The mermaids swim among the fish and do everything from blowing bubbles to interacting with kids watching from the outside.

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But the mermaids are more than just pretty ladies donning colorful fins and bikini tops. These women have various backgrounds, from synchronized and competitive swimming to ballet. You’ll see them twirl, flip, dance and do other fun stunts — you would almost believe they really are part-fish!

In addition to the mermaids, you can also sometimes catch divers feeding stingrays. During the feedings, there’s a guide outside the tank who’ll take questions from the audience. The divers have a built-in speaker in their suit and can answer anything you want to know about the fish.

Divers also share fascinating facts about the aquarium. For instance, the staff spends 32 hours a week cleaning the tank. And if you ever wondered if the bigger fish attack the smaller ones, it rarely happens. The fish are well fed.

  1. Most hotels have gardeners, but the Bellagio has 120 of them. That’s not including the designers, engineers and electricians who work behind the scenes to make all that magic happen. With 15,000-18,000 visitors to impress every day, you don’t have to be a genius to understand why they need so many hands on deck.

Five times a year: Chinese New Year, spring, summer, fall and winter, the Bellagio Conservatory team creates a full-blown floral production. For an entire week, the staff work 24 hours a day to transform the nearly 14,000-square-foot space with tens of thousands of flowers, trees, and plants.

The horticulturalists, who are artists in their own right, create jaw-dropping displays that most people couldn’t even make with paper, let alone flowers. It’s pretty safe to say that they have more creativity in their pinky fingers than most of us do in our entire bodies.

During the course of each seasonal exhibit, more than 10,000 potted flowers are hand-watered and switched out every two weeks. Don’t worry, all the wilted flowers are reused and converted to mulch, in fact 90 percent of the conservatory is recycled. How’s that for green? These creations are so impressive that more than 5 million visitors a year come to experience them.

  1. If ever there were a time to use the highly infectious and overly used term “cray cray,” it’s to describe the Fremont Street Experience.

This is the land of ultimate debauchery where the once glittery and glamorous meets the just plain weird. Lined with vintage hotels, restaurants and bars spanning the four-block corridor and covered by a giant digital screen, this downtown Las Vegas destination is the ultimate block party. There is a myriad of things to do and see, including shopping at specialty kiosks, riding zip lines and watching free concerts and costumed buskers of various levels of sobriety.

Home to the world’s largest projection screen, the Viva Vision canopy is 90 feet above the ground and spans 1,500 feet in length, roughly the size of five football fields.  Featuring more than 12 million LED modules and a 555,000-watt sound system, the light shows run every hour and last about six minutes each. But these aren’t the only free shows you’ll see, especially after dark.

Each night, there is live entertainment scheduled for each of the three concert stages. While there is a multitude of talent like musicians, artists and contortionists, with the pretty cool comes the pretty heinous. Prepare yourself for a jaw-dropping experience where the people-watching is uniquely interactive, and the alcoholically-lubricated crowd is usually massive and a bit rowdy. Keep in mind that many of them have left even their loosest morals at home.

Once a family-friendly destination, the Fremont Street Experience has morphed into a kind of otherworldly dimension where the average Vegas party-goers converge with an erotic freak show. Comparable to a train wreck, you won’t be able to look away from many of these street “performers” who are unlicensed and mostly-naked, pushing the city’s limits on lewd and lascivious behavior. It’s a little like old Vegas meets Venice Beach Boardwalk — only grittier and with far more booze.

But the party doesn’t stop at the end of the Fremont Street Experience. Dubbed Fremont Street East, there are a handful of eclectic bars, lounges and even a coffee bar/record store/two-story art gallery just another block down.

Man, I really like Vegas.….Elvis Presley

Wow! Thank you Vegas.com.

The great aspect of this is that you can get a double fantasy come true. You can participate in a session with a beautiful girl that you will never forget and lavish her with more money since there are so many other things that you can enjoy for free in Las Vegas.

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