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#11 *Lo*

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    Posted 23 September 2008 - 04:55 PM

    I went at the end of May with my best friend and we had the best time! We tried to use a slot machine once, but we couldn't figure them out! So that was the amount of gambling that happened. But as everyone said, amazing food, tons of things to see, even just walking around and checking out all the hotels is really fun.

    We spent most of the time just relaxing by the pool actually!

    If Vegas brings your family together, then why not?!!! You will have fun!

    #12 rodent


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      Posted 23 September 2008 - 04:55 PM

      Originally Posted by starchild
      Yeah it's close if you fly, maybe that's what they do because it's a considerable drive, like 8-10 hours whereas the flight is about 1 hour.
      oh, that must be it then. he probably does fly, but it's just faster and cheaper then coming home to texas. he doesn't fly home often because of the expense. maybe being in small town texas has something to do with it, too.

      #13 TA Dina

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        Posted 25 September 2008 - 12:37 PM

        You will find plenty to do there without even stepping on a casino floor.

        However that does tend to be a busy week out there. I'm leaving on 11/30 and the flights are more than I'd like them to be. So my advice is start planning now and get things locked in.

        #14 Nora

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          Posted 25 November 2008 - 03:00 AM

          Hi Morgan,

          There's so much to do in Vegas besides gambling. I lived there for 5 years and I don't gamble. I'm also going for Thanksgiving (flight leaves tomorrow morning!) There's decent shopping at Caesar's Palace Forum Shops and the Fashion Show Mall on the Strip. Many decent and inexpensive restaurants and if you're a show person there's Mamma Mia! (I've seen and recommend if you're an ABBA fan) as well as Phantom of the Opera at the Venetian (planning to see this myself). Also, if you're with a group of girls the Chippendales show isn't bad either :) Last I checked it was at The Rio.

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