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Las Vegas, Nevada
October 30, 2009
Cary, North Carolina
December 29, 2008
From journal Christmastime in Sin City (Plus Some Best Ofs)
March 8, 2007
From journal Las Vegas—1 week Visit in September
February 23, 2007
From journal Only in Vegas... Baby...
June 29, 2006
The Pyramid is so beautiful. It looks so authentic that you pretty much feel as if you have stepped into Egypt. This place is filled with the works. Besides the beautiful pyramid that lights up during the night, there are so many nice statues, mummies, paintings, and even tombs to see at this hotel. They even have a Egyptian museum and a few 3D rides for hard core fans.
Inside, there's a whole hotel with hundreds of rooms, many dining options, and a full service casino.
If you have any interest in Egypt or pyramids, don't miss out on this place during your trip!!
From journal Getaway to Las Vegas
by two cruisers
June 22, 2006
From journal Nothing Vague about Vegas
Merritt Island, Florida
August 14, 2005
From journal Las Vegas - Disney for Adults?
OCEANSIDE, New York
May 14, 2005
Bountiful Buffets and great restaurants abound at this sister resort to Mandalay Bay, Excalibur, Monte Carlo, and Circus Circus. They are reachable via monorail or connecting halls between Excalibur and the Mandalay Bay.
Blue Man Group is better for older children and adults, as some of the action may be too much for younger kids.
If staying at the Luxor in the pyramid (they move on an angle, sideways), you experience inclinators to take you from floor to floor.
This is a definite "must" experience in Vegas.
From journal Las Vegas with Children 101
January 8, 2005
I don't smoke, and after all the stinky casinos I walked through on this trip, The Luxor was refreshing. It actually smells wonderful!
Near the escalator to the second level, I noticed the emanation of a wonderful essential oil fragrance. I am allergic to perfume, but this was a very pleasurable fragrance and added to the ambience. The King Tut Museum is only $5 and features full-size replicas of all the most interesting artifacts from the original collection.
I loved the shops full of Egyptian items on the second level. I noticed the wedding chapel decor is not "Egyptian," but rather "American."
We did not stay here, and from what I've heard, the pyramid guest rooms leak when it rains—so it seems the tower rooms are the best option for winter if you plan to sleep here.
From journal Week before New Year's 2004/2005 in Las Vegas
Salt Lake, for now, Utah
November 5, 2004
From journal Vegas strip????