There are no clocks in Las Vegas Casinos

Las Vegas is one of the most popular city of United States. It is considered to be 28th number in most popular cities. Las Vegas is also known as an entertainment city. In Las Vegas you will find the most popular gambling Casinos, Shopping Malls, and Restaurants.

Las Vegas is surrounded by dry mountains and the weather is hot in summer and cold in winter, but the city does enjoys 289 days of sunshine.  But that is not what draws people to this playland!  They come to gamble and have a lot of fun and the town seems to have a timeless quality about it.

The strange fact about Las Vegas is that there are no clocks and windows in city Casinos. They do not want people to be interrupted by time and want them to pay attention on the games. They also use a clever technique of pumping in fresh oxygen to keep players from getting tired.  Indeed, in some of the hotels you will see oxygen bars where people can get legally high on higher levels of oxygen.  In most cases they switch on all the lights to show that day is not complete.

If you have other such interesting news, information and facts about Las Vegas or it’s casino’s, please do share it with us.

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2 Responses to There are no clocks in Las Vegas Casinos
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    April 2, 2013 | 4:19 pm

    There is no doubt that a casino is the first thing people think of when they hear someone mention the city of Las Vegas. The Roulettes, the black jack tables, poker tournaments and slots, are all part of the image we have engraved in or minds, and there is a good reason for that, because Las Vegas has the best and most famous casinos in the entire world.

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