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2 Trips.......2 Weeks!!

Discussion in 'Vegas Trip Reports' started by Falcon_Rob, Dec 2, 2003.

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  1. Falcon_Rob

    Falcon_Rob Flying Winnebago

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    My Trip Report

    Holy Toledo.....it's getting close!! I'm taking two trips to my favorite vacation spot in the span of two weeks!! Have I got it bad or what!?!?

    First trip will be a quick trip 12/12-12/14 at the MGM Grand. This will be my mother and me, so it's not so much a vacation but a Birthday/Christmas present for her. The trip will include Celine Dion, dinner at the Venetian, and ANYTHING else mom wants to do...she's the boss!!

    Second trip is MY vacation...12/19-12/23. 2 nights downtown and 2 nights on the Strip (probably the Plaza and the Trop). Will meet a friend out there for as much shenanigans and debauchery as possible! :)

    Look for the trip reports later this month.....Woohoo I'm gettin' itchy!

    T-10 & T-17 (woohoo, how many people have TWO countdowns on their posts!!)
     
  2. LV Terry

    LV Terry Captain Flop'N Fold

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    T-33 (week long seminar)
    T-99 (March Madness)
    T-216 (summer golf trip)
    T-315 (annual buffoons trip)

    Damn.....I haven't even scheduled a trip with my wife yet! :eek: [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
  3. NEON

    NEON Tourist

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    T-17 (side trip on the way home for X-MAS (5 nights)
    T-99 (March Madness 5 nights)

    LV Terry has us both beat though! [​IMG]

    I arrive the 19th too and will be at Harrahs 3 free nights then Flamingo for 2 free nights. Will probably swing by the Tropicana as I like to record some play time to keep potential offers coming...
     
  4. chef

    chef Resident Buffetologist

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    A Vegas trip a week and half from now will be my fourth since August.
    The more a person goes, the more I think you appreciate the place. It almost becomes like a second home.
     
  5. Heathcat

    Heathcat Tourist

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    T-35 (Girl's Trip to Vegas) [​IMG]

    T-90 Weeklong trip with hubby [​IMG]
     
  6. LV Terry

    LV Terry Captain Flop'N Fold

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    Just got the word that the seminar I wanted to attend in January is not approved. I feel like I've been sucker-punched. Damn.
     
  7. VoteForLou

    VoteForLou Tourist

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    Nice! I made two separate trips last week -- how many people can say that?

    And I'll never go on Thanksgiving weekend ever again -- you learn something new every time.
     
  8. bigbooner

    bigbooner Low-Roller

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    I just have a technical question. Does it matter if you are the debaucherer or the debaucheree?
     
  9. NEON

    NEON Tourist

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    Bigbooner,
    I think either way, your having Lots of fun!!! [​IMG]

    VoteforLou,
    Explain the Turkey day disappointments??? Tight slots? Dead casinos and no fun???
     
  10. VoteForLou

    VoteForLou Tourist

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    The only disappointment was the 3.5 hour drive home took almost 7 hours. Even though Vegas didn't seem that crowded.
     
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