Best New Las Vegas Restaurant

September 2, 2012 · Posted in Las Vegas Restaurant, Travel, Vegas Reservations · Comment 

The SushiSamba Strip is the best new Las Vegas restaurant!  If you’re looking for fun, flavor, hypnotic rhythmic ambiance, and the most innovative menu and spectacular presentation in Las Vegas, plan on dining at SushiSamba Strip!  It’s located in the shoppes at the Palazzo, 3327 Las Vegas Blvd. South.   Reservations:  702.607.0700    Web: SUSHISAMBA strip Las Vegas

SushiSamba Lobster Taquitos

SushiSamba Lobster Taquitos

It’s not difficult to find a good Japanese restaurant, but ask yourself this; where can you go to enjoy the cuisines and culture celebrating Japan, Brazil & Peru?  SushiSamba Las Vegas!

SushiSamba Sea Bass

SushiSamba Sea Bass

Our meal was delightful, the service incredible!  The menu is extensive and varied, and our waiter helped us select a variety of small dishes to share that were exquisite.  The dining room ambiance was enchanting, with hpynotic rythmic music, and large video screens showing short videos of the countries and cultures of Japan, Brazil, and Peru.  It felt like Carnaval, with the colors, music and energy which made the restaurant come alive.

The SushiSamba strip and Sugarcane Lounge is ideal for a variety of functions and events – bachelor parties, bachelorette parties, romantic dinners, family celebrations to name a few.

Bobo Brazil and Samba Strip Roll

Bobo Brazil and Samba Strip Roll

Enjoying Sea Bass at SUSHISAMBA strip Las Vegas

Enjoying Sea Bass at SUSHISAMBA strip Las Vegas

Would you care to review the SUSHISAMBA strip restaurant located in the Shoppes at the Palazzo?  We would love to hear from you!  Please leave a comment and share your experiences of this exciting best new restaurant in Las Vegas!

Planning a trip to Las Vegas? 


, ,

Places to Visit When Backpacking across France

August 5, 2010 · Posted in Europe, Paris France, Travel, Visit France · Comment 

When backpacking across Europe, going to France should definitely be on your list of countries to visit. It’s one of the main attractions in Europe, due to its glamour, excitement and culture and so should not be missed. Although it has a reputation of being a more expensive country to visit, if you do your homework, it’s possible to backpack it fairly cheaply.

Buy a Rail Pass for Europe

One very easy way to get around, while backpacking France, is to purchase a rail pass. You can purchase passes for unlimited travel between certain days, or for various amounts of time which can make your travel stress free and incredibly convenient. Check out the “Anywhere Anytime” train pass for a hassle free vacation in Europe!

If you’re thinking about the best time to go to Europe, consider the activities you want to enjoy. If it’s skiing or snowboarding, you’ll be planning a winter trip. If you’re looking for pleasant weather and the least congestion, then it’s a good idea to travel throughout France in the springtime. This time of year is still warm but not too hot and the throngs of tourists will not have yet completely arrived. If you wait until August, a lot of locals will be on vacation themselves, and the ones left behind will wish they were on vacation.

Like most people, you are probably much more aware of the variety of sights to see within Paris than in the rest of France. Some of Paris’ must see sights include the Eiffel Tour, the Louvre museum, the Seine, and impressionist museums. Other important stops on your France tour should include Normandy, the Loire Valley, Bordeaux, Nice, Marseilles, and Lyon. The Loire Valley is just two hours outside of Paris and is home to medieval chateaus and has some of the region’s greatest wines. Bordeaux is another famous wine spot. The Cote d’Azur includes cities like Cannes and Marseilles which will provide you with time to relax on the beach and also has plenty of things to see and do that won’t break your budget.

In order to see it all, you will need to plan out your trip ahead of time. France is fairly large and so depending on how much time you have, you will need to make sure you will have enough time to see it all. It’s also a good idea to do your research ahead of time so you will be able to prioritize where you want to spend most of your time and what you don’t want to miss out on.

What’s your favorite travel tip for France? Dit moi!

Drive A Nascar Race Car

Are you looking for a one of a kind experience of a lifetime on your next vacation? You can’t beat this suggestion – ride along (or drive!) a Nascar race car! You can experience real life racing thrills by riding shotgun in a 2-seat NASCAR-style stock car, on a real banked race track! You’ll thrill to the speed and sounds of race driving, safely helmeted and buckeled into a Nascar style stock car driven by one of the Richard Petty Ride Along professional instructorsfor a thrilling 3-lap qualifying run at speeds at speeds up to 165 MPH. The Richard Petty Ride-Along program is operated at over 20 locations. There are 120+ stock cars with current Chevrolet, Dodge, Ford, Toyota and Car of Tomorrow body styles. Fun!!

The Richard Petty Ride Along experience would be wonderful for so many occasions – wouldn’t it be good clean fun for a bachelors party? How about an exciting destination for a family reunion? Wouldn’t this be a fun and exciting surprise birthday party? There are so many great ways to celebrate with a racecar experience, and there are so many great locations to celebrate!

Click Here: Richard Petty Ride Along Locations: Atlanta Motor Speedway, Bristol Motor Speedway, California Speedway, Chicagoland Speedway, Darlington, Daytona International Speedway, Gateway International Raceway, Homestead-Miami Speedway, Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Iowa Speedway, Kansas Speedway, Kentucky Speedway, Las Vegas Motor Speedway, Lowes Motor Speedway, Michigan International Speedway, Nashville Superspeedway, New Hampshire International Speedway, Phoenix International Raceway, Richmond International Raceway, Talladega Superspeedway, Texas Motor Speedway, The Milwaukee Mile, Walt Disney World Speedway.