Individuals who are interested in painting the town red in Las Vegas will soon be able to access a brand-new Sin City blog website created by Vegas expert Stacey L. Tokunaga
(PRUnderground) December 5th, 2019
The new blog microsite, which can be found at http://www.staceyltokunaga.com/, has already undergone months of beta testing. According to Tokunaga, the website is designed to be travelers’ go-to resource for everything Las Vegas.
For instance, on the website, readers can learn about some of the largest hotels in Las Vegas. These hotels range from the Excalibur Hotel and Casino to Luxor Las Vegas, Wynn Las Vegas, the Venetian Resort Hotel Casino, and the MGM Grand Hotel and Casino. The website offers detailed synopses of these hotels so that readers can determine which accommodation provider would best meet their needs during their future trips to Sin City.
Readers who love history will also appreciate the fact that the website offers a glimpse of Vegas history. For example, Tokunaga takes readers on a journey through the history to explain the city’s Spanish roots and its first settlers. Online users can also learn about its gambling origins, including the first large casinos in the city.
The blog on the website additionally provides pointers for individuals interested in making the most of their vacations to Las Vegas. For instance, readers can learn about how to travel to Las Vegas effectively when they are on a budget. Wise moves for budget travelers, according to Tokunaga, include using slot machines versus other gambling games, using AirBnBs and hostels, sticking with value buffets, and taking the bus or walking.
On the blog, readers can also get an idea of what the perfect itinerary for a three-day Vegas trip is, family-friendly Vegas attractions, and when the best time to visit Vegas is. Tokunaga’s goal with the new blog website is to give readers all of the information they need to maximize their Vegas travels time and time again.
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