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Ellis Island walk from strip

Discussion in 'Getting There & Getting Around' started by haswhit, Nov 29, 2012.

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  1. haswhit

    haswhit Low-Roller

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    How far is the walk from Caesar's Palace area? I have always wanted to try the steak special there but didn't realize it was within walking distance.
     
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    It's right behind Ballys, so from your room in Ceasers probably 20-30 min walk at most
     
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    I beg to differ with the previous poster.

    Heck it can take 20 minutes just to get out of ceassrs sometimes.

    Then you need to cross lvb and flamingo.

    Having said that a lot depends on when you are doing it. During the cooler months during the day maybe. But at night or in the spring summer or early fall when temps are over 80 - I don't think I would. If you do make sure you have comfy shoes and a bottle if water.
     
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    I agree with stealth. We walked from Caesars to Batistas and that took about 20 to 30 minutes. I would say it is at least 20 to 30 minutes more.
     
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    I have eaten there daily on my last two trips, one at Flamingo, one at Ballys. It takes about 15 minutes from either of those. While it takes awhile to navigate out of Caesars, once you get across the strip its pretty smooth sailing. I would say about 35 minutes, but an easy walk.
     
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    That doesn't sound too bad! Especially if we are already on that side of the street messing around and then make the walk. Thanks everyone ;-)
     
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    When I went, I went through Bally's to the Sportsbook. Turn left there and go out that door. Walk down the sidewalk and cross the street, you are there.
     
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    We've done it many times. If it is really hot out, we would stop in Bally's for a while then go downstairs and out the side door. Real easy walk from there. The steak special is worth the trip & they also have very good cheap breakfasts...
     
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