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About Jenny Crossling

Jenny Crossling is a native of Sydney, Australia, but is currently living in the bright-light city of Las Vegas. She has traveled throughout most of the USA and a few of the Caribbean Islands, some of Asia and a tiny little bit of Europe. After a 4-year stint as an apprentice chef (long hours and way too much stress), she has traded that for a life at Viator (with long hours and way too much stress), but as a perk, gets to live in her favorite city (Venice is a close second, but hey - you have that in Vegas too, right?). After purchasing a house in Las Vegas, Jenny has found her new home in America!

Los Angeles – The Movie Capital of the World

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When you think of movies, invariably Hollywood and Los Angeles spring to mind. When all said and done, it is known as the movie capital of the world, and for good reason. This is one place that you can fully immerse yourself in the magic of the movies in many different ways.

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May 26, 2011 by | Comments Off on Los Angeles – The Movie Capital of the World

Mob Attraction Las Vegas


The latest attraction to hit the Vegas Strip is the Las Vegas Mob Experience. This is the first of two museums / attractions opening in 2011 dedicated to the unique history of Las Vegas. Whilst the beginnings of Las Vegas are a little ‘underworld’, it is what it is, so why not embrace it?

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May 13, 2011 by | 1 Comment

[Video] Legends Celebrates 28 Years in Vegas


Legends in Concert is Las Vegas’ longest running tribute show on the Strip. This May 5 marks its 28th anniversary – a feat for any show, let alone one on the ever-changing Las Vegas Strip! See a preview of the fabulous performances you can expect to see at this show…

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April 25, 2011 by | Comments Off on [Video] Legends Celebrates 28 Years in Vegas

The Best of Las Vegas!

Now, as some of you may know – I moved to Las Vegas a little over three years ago from Sydney, Australia to take up a position in Viator’s Las Vegas office. I’ve had plenty of time to see the great things Las Vegas has to offer (and the not so great). Here is my […]

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August 11, 2010 by | 1 Comment

Orlando: The Wizarding World of Harry Potter – Now Open!

June 18, 2010 was the date that has been earmarked on my calendar for quite a while. The anticipation had been building for a very long time! Universal’s Islands of Adventure in Orlando had been working almost around the clock for the last 5 years to bring to life characters and scenes from the series […]

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August 5, 2010 by | 2 Comments

CSI: The Experience

When CSI: Crime Scene Investigation started playing on TV 10 years ago, I thought this would be the coolest profession – essentially solving puzzles for a living, albeit quite gruesome ones. Ultimately, I stayed in the travel industry, but now that CSI:The Experience has made its way to Las Vegas, anyone can get a taste […]

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August 4, 2010 by | 1 Comment

For One Night Only

We’re getting ready to celebrate Elvis Week, the one week of the year when Elvis Presley fans from around the world congregate on Memphis, Tennessee to celebrate the life and music of the legend.

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July 30, 2010 by | 1 Comment

Disney’s World of Color

Last week, Disney’s California Adventure in Anaheim, CA launched the night-time spectacular show – World of Color and Viator was lucky enough to attend the world premiere (along with the likes of Terri Hatcher, John Stamos and Jason Segal).

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June 23, 2010 by | 1 Comment

Only in Las Vegas: Weddings from Classic to Cheesy

Las Vegas wedding – the classy version Las Vegas is known for many things – gambling, neon, mega-resorts and, of course, the infamous “quickie wedding.” Obviously not all weddings in Vegas are last-minute drunken and debauched events! In fact, almost 50% of weddings that are booked in Las Vegas are carefully planned in advance, right […]

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July 26, 2008 by | 6 Comments

Legend of the Viator ‘Hot Dog’

You know how some things take on a life of their own? You never really know how they started or when, but they just evolve and become larger than life… Welcome to the world of the Viator Hot Dog! Now we’re not talking about that classic American iconic food (side note: the best ones I […]

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December 24, 2007 by | Comments Off on Legend of the Viator ‘Hot Dog’