If you are walking down the strip, on the west side, make sure you don’t follow the cars as they drive into the circular drive way. It’s like playing Frogger with your life. Instead make sure you stop at the replica of the David statue, behind him is an innocuous brass door that is the actual pedestrian entrance to Caesars.
|View from the moving walkway.|
Follow along, just getting out of direct sunlight and into the darkness and step unto the moving walkway to the casino.
The casino has tall ceilings and the slots are placed far enough from each other that you don’t feel like you’re sitting on top of each other. If there is a show, I would suggest you hang out at the slots by the auditorium entrance. Then before the show starts, the headliner will pass by to get in. That’s how I got the chance to watch Jerry Seinfeld strolling by as he walked in for his stand up show.
Caesars is the home of the Pussycat Dolls. I can’t see how focused a gambler could be with one of those girls shimmying in front of them. But then again, isn’t that the purpose?
At night they have Caesar & Cleopatra walking by and it’s my new favorite casino simply because the margaritas are really good. If you are pacing yourself, you can get 3 free drinks within a span of 30mins, now if you lose $60 on slots, that’s pretty bad. Your drinks just cost you $20 a pop.
|The Cher store, where all things Cher can be bought.|
|Sunset: Take the bridge to cross to Caesars.|