Don't be fooled by the below average temperatures in Las Vegas this week. The UV index is 10+, which is considered extreme. Apply sunscreen as often as possible, especially if you plan on prolonged exposure to the sun - walking, lounging at the pool or any other outdoor activity.
|Las Vegas Weather July 13-17, 2011. Data from The Weather Channel.|
Also, remember to drink plenty of water. The desert dryness drains your body of fluids - and booze does not count. LOL.
With the temperatures being so pleasant, this is a great time to consider an outdoor adventure like hiking at either Valley of Fire or Red Rock Canyon. Mt. Charleston is also beautiful this time of year. If you are interested in any of this hikes, check with your concierge for directions.
BUFFET TIPPING GUIDE
Even though you are serving yourself at a buffet, there are servers that are hustling drinks to your table, clearing plates as you fill up for the second or third time. Don't forget them. It is customary to tip at least $1 to $2 per person. Vegas is all about tipping.
For more detailed information on Las Vegas Weather for July 13-17, 2011, see The Weather Channel Online.
Viva Las Vegas!
Las Vegas Tip Guru