There are all types of entertainment – nightlife, concerts, shows, all-night activities etc. – in places like Atlantic City and Las Vegas, which make for an all-encompassing travel destination.
Want to get a steak at 3 a.m.? You can do that here. Want to take a swim in a floating river pool, catch a major act at a residency or party like one of those rock stars? No problem.
It is not always possible, tho, to experience these destinations in person. That’s life – work, family, finances and other restrictions keep most people home fulfilling daily obligations rather than being away having fun.
Rather than dream about what you are missing, however, you can get one very entertaining element of them through the live dealer casino from NJ Unibet. With this on-line game you can get the experience without the expense and time of traveling to the destination. Here, a live dealer is available 24/7 for several games: infinite blackjack, three card poker, NJ roulette, lightening audio roulette, slingshot roulette, baccarat and, of course, live blackjack.
Still, when it fits your schedule, it’s a heck a lot of fun to be there. Let’s take a look at two popular casino destinations in the USA.
Atlantic City. has one big advantage over Vegas is that it is on the beach. The Jersey Shore. It is also close to New York City and all the Big Apple has to offer, including all the major sports franchises. Imagine watching, say, a New Jersey Devils NHL game and then finishing the night rolling dice in Atlantic City.
Regarding the beach, in addition to its casinos, Atlantic City is known for its boardwalk, which is lined with shops and restaurants, the later of which ranges from fine dining to throw-back saltwater taffy places. Plus, there’s all the recreation that comes with being by an ocean, including swimming, kayaking, windsurfing, fishing and surfing. There are also sightseeing boats and private boats that seasoned skippers can rent for a day on the water.
There is also golf. There are nearly 20 courses within a 30-minute drive.
The Atlantic City website has a rundown of all the activities in this famous East Coast playground.
Known as “Sin City,” it sure lives up to its name. There’s everything to do there that you can imagine, and a few things you probably can’t imagine.
Nearly every chef you’ve seen on the Food Network has a restaurant in Vegas, the entertainment residences go from the world’s top DJs to famous entertainers; the nightclubs are over the top with dancers, 360-degree videos, and even swimming pools; and there are free shows in front of the casinos, the most popular of which is the spectacular dancing fountain in front of the Bellagio, which is a water display choreographed to music.
There is a rollercoaster on top of a casino, a giant ferris wheel and even ziplining on the Strip.
Like Atlantic City, Vegas also has several golf courses, many linked to the hotels & casinos. There are also great out-of-Vegas excursions you can do in a day or half a day, including taking a helicopter ride over the Grand Canyon and taking a tour of Hoover Dam.
Plus, Vegas has two professional sports franchises, the NFL’s Raiders and the NHL’s Golden Knights.
Even with all this, one of the most popular Vegas activities is walking along the Strip to “see and be seen.” Then it’s going in and out of the casinos to participate in the games, eat and drink like a king or queen and forget about any worries you might have back in your “real” world.
Plus, Vegas is always evolving so there are always new experiences with every trip.
There is so much to do in Atlantic City and Las Vegas that you can’t take it all in with just one visit. Several trips are required to get the full experience. They key is not to hurry through things when you are there, to do what strikes your fancy at the moment and not think about all the other activities. Just enjoy what you are doing at the time.
And when it’s all said and done, it is definitely nice to have an alternative to some of the activities such as the live dealers when you can’t be in Atlantic City or Vegas.