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Discussion in 'Introduce Yourself!' started by cassieland, Dec 4, 2012.

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  1. cassieland

    cassieland Newbie

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    good evening from the east coast of Nova Scotia, Canada. Will be visiting Vegas for the first time in March to see Shania Twain. Where would be a good spot to stay? Close to Caesar's??
     
  2. DReynolds86

    DReynolds86 Come On, You Blues!

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    Why not stay at Caesars if you can?
     
  3. cassieland

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    Sorry should have clarified a bit more. Looking for something maybe a little more economical however, if a deal comes about, Caesars it will be!! Any other suggestions on things to do with an 17 year old?
     
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    DReynolds86 Come On, You Blues!

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  5. cassieland

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    Thank you so much, that will be a huge help with lots of ideas
     
  6. cxi

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    If you want to save a lot more money, check out "The Quad" I still find it searching Imperial Palace.

    Some of the lowest rates on the strip and a stones throw from Caesars.
     
  7. MikeOPensacola

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    Welcome to VMB. Lots of fun to be had here.:peace:
     
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    Welcome to the board. If you will be having more than 2 in your room, maybe think of Bally's. The are across from Caesars and have some of the largest regular rooms on the strip. They are very economical too. Hope you have a great time!
     
  9. Beach Crazy

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    Welcome aboard Cassie! I see you are already getting plenty of great advice. That's why I love this board. :thumbsup:
     
  10. nikerbokers

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    Welcome. Since you are from Canada... do you miss hockey as much as I do? :cry:

    If you're looking for a decent room that is easier on the wallet, try Bally's or Flamingo. I wouldn't recommend The Quad/Imperial Palace rooms since the room I have seen (my brothers) were dumps but I know there are some that have had different experiences.

    Have a great time.
     
  11. |Whitecapsfan

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    Welcome cassieland from the other side of our great country.

    Check out Casino Royale. It is right center strip and rooms are clean and cheap.

    Have fun!
     
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