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Where to Stay One Night North Moving on to Zion in the a.m.

by coconutwireless

Arrive early evening in Vegas and want a place near I-15 North
for one night as we move on to Valley of Fire, Zion in the a.m. Do not want a casino hotel but something that might might give us a head start by passing any morning traffic and easy access to I-15 North.
traveling with Aloha
the coconut wireless

Re: Where to Stay One Night North Moving on to Zion in the a.m.

by goodfish

Here are a couple in North Las Vegas:


Take a look and then see how they're rated/reviewed in www.tripadvisor.com (VT's sister site) or in the VT hotel section for Vegas itself.

We drove from Vegas to Zion a number of years ago and unfortunately there isn't much between Vegas and St George. There are some hotels in Mesquite but you'd have to backtrack a little bit to Valley of Fire.

Re: Where to Stay One Night North Moving on to Zion in the a.m.

by YVRDave

There are a Holiday Inn Express and Hampton Inn at 15 and Craig rd. by Nellis AFB

Re: Where to Stay One Night North Moving on to Zion in the a.m.

by Jamesr3939

We like the Sam's Gambling Hall on Boulder Highway. It is a small hotel casino, but doesn't give you that big strip feel as it is way out in Henderson just off the 515. The food is good, rooms are clean, fresh, and reasonable. If you get in early enough the laser show is cool way to have a few drinks and relax. In the AM you can get on 515 and skirt around downtown and hit I-15 on the north edge of downtown.

Travel Tips for Las Vegas

What a girl wants and what her feet will allow!!

by dustystacks

There is no exaggeration to the old adage "bring comfortable" shoes. If you buy new ones for the trip break them in thoroughly. You will walk, and that's NOT outside...these casinos are huge!! We didn't even get to the Grand Canal in the Venetian after an hour of walking and gawking at the place. The facades can be deceiving and the outside distances from one venue to another is longer than it looks...also make sure your shoes "stand up" , so to speak, in the heat. Vegas is DRY and HOT and the heat radiation from the concrete sidewalks is overwhelming.
Ask for a bottle of water in the casino while you're losing, ummmm, playing, to go with whatever else you're drinking. Stash it in a pocket or purse or drink it there but drink it! It's also great for poring on the back of your neck or on your baking feet. {Don't ask, just do it :) }
Don't lug around a big purse. Minimize the best you can and have something soft that will squish up in your lap when sitting at the machines or tables. Going to see my 90 year old Aunt who's been in Vegas for over 50 years. I loved moving through the casinos pretending that some old movie star would actually make an appearance and double the cheap thrills. Wondering around in the Downtown casinos is a trip.
The place is a total fantasy that can grow to be an obession. It's really easy to take that Mediterrarian/Middle Eastern/Cowboy vacation you've always wanted, all in the same week.

Shop for a good deal ahead of time

by ChuckG

Almost all year round, you can find very good deals (air-hotel-car) for Vegas. You just have to do some little research. Often, the casino's web sites will offer the best deals. Don't wait to get there to reserve, it can be quite expensive... Winnning money for 3 straight days...sometime it happens !

There are TWO ways to enjoy...

by gkitzmil

There are TWO ways to enjoy Las Vegas. (1) visit many different casinos if you want a real feel for the variety. OR
(2) On the other hand if you go to gamble and be entertained...pick one home in Las Vegas, sit - relax - have fun. having drinks in the Fontana bar at Bellagio with FABULOUS entertainment

the other fondest memory is being asked to break a $5, going to the blackjack table, turning it into a $20, breaking it and giving the person $10 for their $5 while keeping the other half -- all in about two minutes!

on the newer front, the...

by sssparky

on the newer front, the fountains at bellagio are a must see especially when luciano is singing. i was one of the first people to see the fountains in operation(got pix by chance of them making the final connections then a few minutes later voila!)
another must see is the view from atop the stratosphere tower. absolutely stunning. my fondest memory of vegas is when my dad and i left vegas on my first trip ever to lv, back in 1988.
dad and i had a few problems in transit;flights delayed, then leaving without us, canceled hotel rooms etc. it all worked out wel though. getting bacdk to the fondest memory, as we were ascending into the midnight sky on our way back home, i was sitting in my window seat on the plane and i got to watch the strip pass by and the whole valley as well. i'll never forget the old dunes sign and its luxurious blue neon trail ascending peaking then descending, as we were climbing higher and higher into the sky vegas disappeared and i knew id be back.

Luxor Obelisk

by Yaqui

Located in the front of the Temple of Luxor by the street is the replica pylon or obelisk. The carving are of episodes are from the Battle of Kadesh, when Ramesses and his army defeated the forces of the Hittites and their alliesis. The origianl is one of a red granite pair which Ramesses erected in front of the pylon and its twin now in the Place de la Concorde, in Paris.

On the pedestal are carved the four sacred baboons who were the first to greet the morning sun. Three lines of vertical inscription on every face of the obelisk repeat the names and titles of Ramesses the Great: The Horus, Mighty Bull, Exalter of Thebes, Favorite of the Two Goddesses, establishing monuments in Luxor for his father Amun, who placed him upon the throne; Golden Horus, seeking excellent things for him who fashioned him; King of Upper and Lower Egypt, Usermare, Chosen of Re."http://www.touregypt.net/lxtmpl2.htm

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