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Pirate's Galleon, Treasure Island, Las Vegas, Nevada
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On The Strip
• Aladdin, 3667 S. Las Vegas Blvd, (702) 785 5555,] .
• Bellagio, 3600 S. Las Vegas Blvd, (702) 693-7111
• Boardwalk, Diagonal from MGM, cheap and convenient.
• Caesars Palace
• Circus Circus, 2880 S. Las Vegas Blvd., (877) 224-7287
• Four Seasons
• Flamingo, 3555 S. Las Vegas Blvd.
• Harrah's More...
Southern Californians crowd Interstate 15 every weekend going back and forth to Vegas. Expect this drive to be crowded and frustrating, unless you can come and go at off-peak hours. However, many find the 280-mile drive along the I-15 restful and scenic. Attractions along the I-15 include the towns of Barstow, California; Baker, California; the Mojave Desert; and small hotel-casinos at Stateline (Primm), Nevada and Jean, Nevada. Those who traverse the I-15 should remember that they are crossing a desert, and should carry (and drink) More...
Las Vegas, Nevada, is known as Sin City. Situated in the midst of the southern Nevada desert landscape, Las Vegas in many ways epitomizes American excess. Giant mega-casino hotels are built almost overnight, decorated with lavish care and attention to create a fantasy-like atmosphere. The casinos have names that evoke romance and mystery - Luxor, Mandalay Bay, Rio, The Excalibur, the Flamingo.
Compared with other More...
Nightlife in Las Vegas is an every changing industry. There exist a club for just about every taste, whether it is a wild bar (Coyote Ugly) to a three room ultra lounge (Light, Pure, Tao). Almost every hotel has a club or lounge of some sort so it is easy to find something where ever you may be staying.
One thing to consider in Las Vegas there is essentially no last call. Most clubs remain open till 4am and then there are the various after-hours clubs as well. Drink prices can range anywhere from $4-$8 for a domestic bottle of beer, $8-$10 for well drinks (depending on More...