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Ellis Island to Tuscany Suites Hotel and Casino is there a shortcut?

Discussion in 'Getting There & Getting Around' started by nfcwestbest, Jun 15, 2015.

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  1. nfcwestbest

    nfcwestbest Tourist

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    It may seem like i'm being lazy but when its 100+ degrees out. I would like to know if its possible to get from Ellis Island Casino going out the back door and cross over to Tuscany Casino without having to go out on the main road? Maybe cutting the route by half?? thanks,
     
  2. Turtleman

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    Several years ago, Ms. Gecko and I checked out Tuscany for the first time and played a little BJ there before going onto EI. Thinking like you, we went the "back way" looking for a shortcut before backtracking to Flamingo and Koval. If I recall, there was a rather tall concrete wall that appeared to be blocking the way, and even then we couldn't be sure if that might have been the only barrier. Maybe someone else can supply more useful information.
     
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    Nope, we were just there and like you, walked the entirety of the tall concrete wall before doubling all the way back to the street.
     
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    Same bad news from me, no short cut on the back side. However you can cut some of the sun out by cutting though the shrubs where people with the same idea have made a path and then cut through some of the outer buildings. I have done that in the past.
     
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