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  1. kimparker05

    kimparker05 Newbie

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    There are 6 of us coming to Vegas on Nov. 11-14, do you have any suggestions for what to see and do since we are staying at the Imperial Palace? :blowkiss:
     
  2. h_upmann

    h_upmann Low-Roller

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    Welcome aboard!

    Don't know where to start re "what to see and do". Many websites have good lists.

    Since you're at the IP, Maybe start the day with fried chicken and waffles at Hash House A Go Go.
    Later in the day, catch the fountain show at the Bellagio.
    See Jersey Boys at night, maybe.
    Oh, and you can gamble too :ssst:
     
  3. dfalk

    dfalk VIP Whale

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    I highly recommend Spearmint Rhino, very nice strip club with beautiful women all over the place.
     
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    jrinct1 VIP Whale

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    Welcome.
     
  5. BackInVegas

    BackInVegas VIP Whale

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    Welcome

    How about you read up on the board about stuff you are considering.

    We can make a ton of suggestions but our likes might not jive with your likes. Our budgets might not be the same as your budget.

    There is a lot of information here. You can read in Trip Reports section about people's trips and quite a few have pictures and/or movies.

    Once you get a feel for what you are considering then post some questions.

    November can be chilly. During the day it might get into the 80s, but at night it will probably go into the 40s. You will want a light jacket for sure.

    Pool season will be over, although a few places will have pools open. Quite often, the resorts shutdown the pools from November through February for maintenance. Not to mention, they use the SUN to heat the pools, and the pools are QUITE chilly in the winter. The Mirage's Pool was open in a December when I went and that water was FRIGID.
     
  6. mola

    mola Tourist

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    Wear comfortable shoes, even if you ride the CAT, once you get to a property to "LooK' around you will walk alot.

    Light sweater or jacket for the evening and make sure you get a lot of smaller bills when you get there.

    The CAT (bus) is exact change only. usually about 3 dollars. There is a great bus stop out front to your left at the Flamingo. I believe you can get day passes and multi-day passes from a machine or the driver.
    Request an ALL routes pass if you want transfers to E and W road.

    Check out Fremont ST if you have time..
    Try to make a general plan because you CANT see everything the first time.

    Check out the Bellagio, and the Venetian.
    Enjoy
     
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