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Las Vegas: Stay In Ritzy Condo Instead Of Teeny Hotel Room PDF Print E-mail


If your visit to Sin City will be more than a night or two, consider making the experience more luxurious at a lower bargain price. An example of a recent offer is a one bedroom balcony suite at Signature Condo in the MGM complex near the Las Vegas Strip for just $61 a night.

It won’t quite be as ritzy as the queen’s royal chambers at the Versailles Palace. However, it could make your stay in Sin City a bit more sinfully enjoyable. www.tripadvisor.com

 
Las Vegas NV: Visit Bright Memories Of Yesteryears PDF Print E-mail


You don’t need to spend all your time in Sin City at the gambling tables, slot machines and buffets. As a seasoned senior, you may want to spend a few hours remembering the glittering lights of Sin City as they were way back when.

The Neon Museum in downtown Vegas is worth the time for seniors who want to fondly recall the long-gone playground of Sinatra, Liberace, Sammy, Peggy, Lena and other vintage bright stars and sights. For schedules, special events, ticket prices and other info, go to www.neonmuseum.org

 
Los Angeles CA: The Grove Features Real And Metal Kids PDF Print E-mail


A favorite of tourists and locals, The Grove daily provides farm fresh foods, restaurants, entertainment events and much more. Started in 1934 as the Los Angeles Farmers Market, it offers these young visitors statuesque friends to enjoy.

 
Tombstone AZ: Enjoy Return To The Old Wild West PDF Print E-mail


The vintage town is preserved as it looked nearly two centuries ago. Your visit includes reenactment of the legendary gunfight at the O.K. Corral, booze and chow in the Bird Cage saloon and cowboy cemetery at Boot Hill. Tombstone is a scenic hour’s drive south of Tucson.

 
Deadwood SD: Where Wild Bill & Calamity Jane Whooped It Up PDF Print E-mail


If this season’s plans include visiting Mount Rushmore and/or Yellowstone, consider spending same time in the nearby legendary Western town of Deadwood. You can see close-up gunfight reenactments on the streets, as well as enjoy great food, dancing girls, booze and casino at the classic Bullock Hotel. For special events and other info, go to www.deadwood.com

 
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