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fort Collins, Colorado
November 29, 2009
May 1, 2009
From journal Slow Motion Vacation in Las Vegas
November 29, 2007
From journal Bulls in Vegas!
Carshalton, United Kingdom
January 28, 2007
From journal Viva Las Vegas!
August 15, 2006
From journal New Year's in LAS VEGAS
May 22, 2006
Next, pools. Although I haven't been able to access all of the pools in Las Vegas, I can say that it would be tough to beat the Mirage and Mandalay bay. However, I have heard that the Bellagio has six pools and that beautiful fountain! The Flamingo's pool is also a great place to cool off on those hot Vegas summer days that reach way over 100°F.
Shopping! Vegas is a huge shopping destination. The first time I visited from here in Montana, The Forum Shops at Ceasar's Palace totally blew me away. It seemed endless. Another favorite, the Venetian. I actually got lost!
Well to wrap this up, my favorite choice of Vegas hotels are:
Treasure Island - it's cheaper than a lot of the others, but is still great.
The Venetian - what can I say, it is beautiful and you can take an indoor gondola ride!
Mirage - I love this hotel because it is beautiful and has a great tropical feel to it, plus I love the volcano!
Mandalay Bay - This hotel is just awesome, there is plenty of stuff to do, but the downside is that it is one of the top of the list as far as price goes.
Well hope this helped a little!
p.s. Take the monorail! Your legs will get tired faster than you think.
From journal Las Vegas Hotels
New Haven, Indiana
August 2, 2006
From journal Las Vegas
by Mary Kloeckner
January 25, 2006
We always get free nights at Stardust and Sam's Town, so we are able to spend 5 days here, and they even give us money for one meal each. With two places to stay, we have variety. There is so much to see and so little time to do it. Every hotel is different and a must-see. The shows are fantastic and have a variety of subjects and prices. Some are even free. There are tours of nightlife in Las Vegas, or go to the Grand Canyon, a chocolate factory, Hoover Dam, Lake Mead, the desert, and many other places. We do very little gambling. If we wanted to do that, we would stay home. Don't miss the laser show downtown for free. Go to the top of the Stratosphere Hotel and see the lights as far as you can see--such a beautiful sight at night. See the living statue at the Venetian, go to the museums, and observe the dancing waters at the Belagio. Go to the top of the Eiffel Tower at the Paris Resort. Visit Henderson & Laughlin. We like Sam's Town because they even have a bowling alley. These are just a few of our favorite things to do.
Every kind of restaurant is here, too. We always go to Lonestar Steak House for the biggest and best baked sweet potato, and we don't have a Lonestar where we live, so we look forward to that. Well, this is just a sampling of the fun things to do in Vegas. Enjoy--we do.
From journal Las Vegas--More Than Gambling
Loma Linda, California
December 4, 2005
From journal What Happens in Vegas, Stays in Vegas
October 29, 2005
The Las Vegas gambling scene really is what they advertise, with the glitz and the endless rows of slot machines. There really is something for everyone. Check it out and maybe you will hit the big one!!
From journal Family Week in Vegas