We're planning a trip in late March 2015 and I'm looking for a mid strip place to stay. Stayed at Harrahs some years ago, and don't want to spend the $$$ for Caesar's, The Cromwell, etc. I read an article about how the Linq is much improved over the old Imperial Palace, so I'm interested in opinions from people who have stayed there.
We will be travelling to Vegas next week and I am getting mixed reviews on what to expect weather wise. We are from northern Ontario canada and our summers range from 10 to 30 degrees Celsius and our winters from -10 to -35 with the windshield!. If anyone can give me pointers on what type on clothing to pack this would be great.... I do not want to over pack! Any help/ recommendations would be perfect
Greeting fellow travelers,
Any tips for good spots on the Strip to sit, chill, have a drink and listen to music (free) and not look like a working girl? It'd be nice to chat with other travelers and other worldly folks. Best lounges? I'm staying in the central strip area near Caesar's.
Hello there guys, I am currently looking for cheap hotel rooms in or around Las Vegas and I wanted to ask for some recommendations? I found the website http://las-vegas.hotelscheap.org/ and it seems to have some pretty okay deals, but I wanted to check out my other options as well before booking.
Thank you in advance!
Is it possible to get tickets for the Stratosphere Tower in Las Vegas but just to go on the deck to enjoy the view (not to see the shows or whatever is offered) and is there a lower price for kids, if so, what's the maximal age?
Also, is there anything interesting to do with kids and teenagers in Las Vegas Nevada?
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