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A Free & Fun Walking Tour of Vegas

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When Alicia Malone from the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority visited us on "Living Today," she gave us lots of great ideas on saving money while in Vegas. Once my gambling money was depleted, and I felt like I had eaten everything on the strip, I needed to walk off my meals and not spend any more money!

My first stop for free entertainment was the world-famous Fountains at Bellagio. This presentation is just like a fireworks show, using water instead of fireworks, set to music. You can catch it every 15 minutes or so, so you'll never miss it!

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The Sirens of TI show runs every hour and a half at night, with pyrotechnics and sexy pirates! You can find this one right on the strip at Treasure Island.

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Take a walk through the Fremont Street Experience in downtown Las Vegas. Fremont street has a canopy made of over 14 million lights, stages with live music, and is home to some of the oldest casinos in the city, like Golden Nugget.

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Just because you're not planning to elope in front of an Elvis impersonator, doesn't mean you can't watch everyone else do it! Just hanging out in the parking lot of this chapel gave me loads of entertainment. From beautiful glamorous brides with their friends and family, to couples who clearly wanted to sneak away from everyone, this is where a lot of the action is in Vegas!

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The Fall of Atlantis fountain show at Caesar's Forum shops is an animatronics show with talking statues, and plenty of smoke, fire and entertainment for all ages. When the show is over, take a walk around the other side of the statues to see some enormous fish tanks.

And don't forget about good old people watching! Just walking around this city gives you so much to see. The people, the lights, the sounds.... there's always something to see or do!

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There are so many more free attractions that I didn't have time to do them all. What are you favorites?

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