DAFFODILS ON THE STRIP: Las Vegas certainly has its own ecosystem and rules; we aren't the first person to claim this and we're about a millionth from the last. One of the city's biggest bullet points is that it can be hard to know what time of day it is in many of its most famous buildings. And season? Yep, that can be difficult to fathom, too. But if you're inside the Bellagio, and you visit the glass-roofed Conservatory, we're betting you'll figure out if it is fall or spring. The springtime flower display just debuted at the hotel, and, as always, it is over the top on color, numbers, and hours put in.
LET'S START WITH... The flowers. Daffodils, tulips, and lilies are all present (we just love that they're sprouting steps from the classic "ding ding ding ding" of the casino; two worlds colliding). There is also a 26-foot windmill and carousel. Also? Bumblebees made of sunflowers (they recall, for us, the Conservatory's Christmas polar bears, which are made from thousands of white carnations). And new to this particular display? An Earthcam, just in case you want to look in from your non-Vegas location.
SHOWS AND MORE: If you've been to Vegas you know the garden is one of the big free visits on the Strip, but if you're wanting other springtime pleasures, check 'em out. We're not sure they all involve daffodils or over-sized bumble bees, but, again, that's one of the fun parts of Sin City: That particular "what time/season is it?" feel.