How to Live It Up at the End of the World
LAS VEGAS (TheStreet) -- Doomsday prophecies abound for Dec. 21. If it's true that's the end of the world, there's no better place to spend your final hours exhausting your bucket list than in Las Vegas, a city of excess where you can live life to the fullest. TravelsinTaste has some suggestions for you whether you'd like to have a meal of a lifetime, max out your credit cards, live like a celebrity or even have that long-postponed wedding. After all, if the world doesn't end, at least anything that happens in Vegas will stay in Vegas.
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Live like there's no tomorrow
Begin your over-the-top experience by being picked up by limo and whisked to The Villas at The Mirage. This decadent den of luxury will run you only $3,500 a night, but think of all you'll get: 24-hour butler service, two master bedrooms, a private backyard oasis complete with lap pool, a calming hot tub, putting green, a soothing fountain and outdoor music system to take your mind off the rat race. There's even a refreshing mist system to gently cool you down. If you care to venture outside your oasis (but why would you?) you have complimentary admission to the spa and the adult European style pool experience, plus exclusive tee times at Shadow Creek, the Tom Fazio 18-hole golf course. You'll never want to leave.