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Las Vegas Bucket List...

Discussion in 'Misc. Vegas Chat' started by Lady Fortuna, Dec 12, 2012.

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  1. Lady Fortuna

    Lady Fortuna High-Roller

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    Hey you!

    What about your Las Vegas bucket list? I don't mean those wishes about staying at a certain hotel, eating at that restaurant or buffet, or visiting so and so show (don't we all have those), but more like things we don't have the guts for, or money, or looks, or... well, you know what I mean...

    My own are not that exciting (or I won't tell you lol :nono:) and even very doable, but hopefully still original enough to start-off with:

    A couple of years ago we could watch two reality TV series from Las Vegas here in Holland (not anymore, not sure if ended or just not broadcasted here anymore): 1. "The Casino" at the Golden Nugget (with the theme song "Two Shots of Happy" by Matt Dusk) and 2. "American Casino" at Green Valley Ranch. On my bucket list is to visit those casinos and see the things from the show in real life. Wouldn't want to do it on my own though. Cause I don't want it to be just another casino I visit, but to share the experience with someone and make it stand-out and special.
    :drunk:

    What about you?
     
  2. Buddha

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    We have done these three things, which I can suggest for others ... but you would need a car. And, I would suggest doing just one per day, in order to have the time to enjoy each one.

    First, drive out west of Red Rock Casino, and then south to Red Rock Canyon, and make the drive around the 13-mile loop.

    Secondly ... make a slightly longer drive up north to the Valley of Fire, and drive several miles all around this large, beautiful geological area.

    Thirdly, drive up northwest on Rte. 95, past Santa Fe Station, and up to Mt. Charleston. Another beautiful area, but be forewarned ... the gradual inclined drive going up, and the accelerated descent coming back down.

    If you have the free time, these are scenic areas that everyone should visit.
     
  3. MikeOPensacola

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    I definitely want to see a concert at Red Rock.....:peace:
     
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    I want to have a one night stand with a perfect 10.
     
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