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Michael Jackson ONE by Cirque du Soleil® at Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino
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Headless Lenin

Here's a statue of headless Lenin in front of the Red Square restaurant in Mandalay Bay. Not sure what happened to the head. Perhaps Lenin couldn't stand the menu and the price put out by the restaurant. What I found interesting is the fake bird droppings painted all over the statue.

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Dec 21, 2003

The Mandalay Bay

This golden monolith anchors the southern end of the Strip. It stood on the site of the demolished Hacienda hotel. Before the Mandalay came along the Luxor used to be the southernmost resort. I was living in Boston when this was built, and upon returning was quite surprised to find goldenrod here. In fact, whenever I come home, there's always something that I haven't seen before. I can't tell you much about this place, though the shark tank seems to be big. It's my favorite from the outside.

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Aug 09, 2003

Elephants at Mandalay Bay

Okay, so they're fake. But they look real! And it's just all really cool! This is a cruelty-free zoo. All of Mandalay Bay deserves a walk-through. Don't only get caught up in the shops and restaurants. Enjoy the out-of-doors as well.

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May 28, 2003

Posh beauty

Mandalay Bay is fantastically elegant and exotic. It's truly like another country...or island. It's attached to the Four Seasons and has a lovely pool area - not open to the public. The chapel is gorgeous and not too, too expensive.

The trees, details in decoration, and atmosphere made Mandalay Bay one of my favorite hotel stops!

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May 28, 2003
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Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino

Unfortunately, I didn't have time to check this hotel out. Even though it was located next to my hotel, I ventured north on the strip instead of down to this one. I did take the walkway to it one night, but didn't explore much. So I will provide a picture and you can explore on your own!! Hows that? I do know an above ground tram links this hotel to the Luxor and Excalibur.

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Nov 06, 2002

Las Vegas Shows!

We saw the Tragically Hip (a great Canadian band) at the House of Blues in Mandalay Bay. This intimate venue offered an amazing chance to see this fabulous band up close. Looking at future listings at this club, there are numerous acts I would love the chance to see.

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Sep 13, 2002

Shark Reef is an aquarium that has a large assortment of shark at Mandalay Bay. The coral in the tanks is vibrant in color. There are several smaller varieties of fish and even a couple alligators in a separate tank. The tour is self guided so that you can take your time.

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Aug 25, 2002

Mandalay Bay. Defintely...

Mandalay Bay. Defintely spectacular inside, its even got a wave pool (they call it a beach!). It doesn't look like much (relatively) from th outside though.

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Aug 24, 2002

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Things To Do Near Mandalay Bay

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Shark Reef

Tucked away in the MGM is an aquarium that houses an alligator, various lizards and fish, sharks, jellyfish, a huge octopus, and a stingray touch pool. I quite enjoyed the jellyfish and the octopus (I...
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I wanted to see this exhibit and so did my son. It was somber, sad, and fascinating. They did an excellent job with their wonderful displays and the care of the artifacts to preserve them. As you walk...
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Tournament of Kings

If you're staying in Las Vegas I would strongly recommend a dinner and a show at the medieval themed Excalibur hotel. The Tournament of Kings runs twice nightly (with the exception of one day per...
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Excalibur Hotel - Casino

This hotel looks outdated and old but it's a good place to stay if you want to go to Las Vegas on a budget. It's location on the South end of the Strip (opposite MGM & New York New York) is pretty...
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Hooters Casino - Hotel

Hooters became famous around the world due to it's "Tacky but unrefined atmosphere" where the restaurants have cheap but filling meals and the servers have well endowed front "HOOTERS" hehehe. they...
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MGM Grand

The MGM Grand is the 3rd largest hotel in the world and the largest hotel resort complex in the USA. The Hotel has 30-floor main building (293 ft (89 m) high), five outdoor pools, rivers, and...
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Getting to Mandalay Bay


3950 S. Las Vegas Blvd.


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