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Gold Strike is probably the most well-known, but it is also the most technical (there are several ropes to climb up and down over large, slick boulders) and the most crowded (lots and lots of people in inappropriate footwear sharing their personal music selections with everyone within earshot). Hit the Arizona Hot Spring instead, a three-tiered pool of increasingly hot water located in a very cool slot canyon, with a much more impressive view of the Colorado River at the end. The top of the world = the Top of the World restaurant located at the top of the Stratosphere, more than 800 feet above the madness of the Strip.

The revolving restaurant is a bit of a Vegas bucket list item and a great place for a special night out with someone you rather fancy.

First dates can be especially tricky, so this is a good spot to go where you can chat at the bar, then go play some games to distract from awkward lulls in conversation that occur once you cover all the basics.

The High Roller is a bit underwhelming, unless you really enjoy the views of the backs of parking garages.

The current exhibit is "Samurai: Armor from the Ann and Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Collection." Don't let the name fool you: Khoury's Fine Wine & Spirits is actually probably best known as one of Las Vegas's best craft beer stores (and bars), though they most certainly sell wine and spirits, we've heard. Every Wednesday is a new beer tapping event, often celebrating a new special release or entry to the Vegas market, followed by wine tasting events every Thursday.

This is where you'll catch exhibits organized in partnership with museums and foundations from around the world.

For some of the best in town, hit up local coffeehouse Sunrise Coffee for an excellent pour-over made from their own Mothership Coffee beans sourced from single-origin organic Fair Trade micro co-ops (that's coffee-talk for real, real good), then cross the street to Sunset Park for a stroll along the pond filled with geese and ducks and swans (romantic if you suppress thoughts of all the bird droppings), or through the ancient dunes that once covered all of Las Vegas (the dune field is all that remains of them).

Double Helix Wine & Whiskey Lounge is kind of the ideal date spot: centrally located from most corners of the Las Vegas Valley, right off the I-15/215 interchange, on the Strip without being on the Strip, in a neutral location with tons of free parking, good food, and drinks all around, a stellar happy hour to keep it cheap, and a great patio with comfy couches and warm fire pits.

You can also up the ante a bit with one of the thrill rides that drop, dangle, and spin you over the side of the Strat some 900 feet off the ground.

For the real adrenaline-junkies, though, there's also the Guinness Book record-holding Sky Jump, an open-air 829-foot jump.

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