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New years eve on fremont...

Discussion in 'Downtown Hotels & Casinos' started by pugsammy, Sep 28, 2012.

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  1. pugsammy

    pugsammy Tourist

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    Can you tell me about it? Do you have to show a room key to get into the casinos?
     
  2. Joe

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    We haven't been for about 4 years now but back then, you had to either buy, or get comped a pass for the street festivities. The hotel entrances were blocked from Fremont St. So if you entered a hotel from the back, you couldn't walk out the front to be on Fremont w/o a wristband.

    We stay at MSS so I never tried going into a casino from Fremont on NYE.
     
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    Fremont is 21 and over ONLY on New Year's Eve. No rugrats allowed, although I've witnessed parents with strollers and toddlers at the checkpoints, arguing with security about being prohibited. It's fantastic to enjoy Fremont without the kids, even if it's only one night a year. :beer:
     
  4. Electroguy563

    Electroguy563 Over-Fried Gambler

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    I think this is a very important piece of information and it's great that you've brought it up.

    It might help parents who for some reason or another bring their children to Vegas. If they are aware of things like this they can plan better so that they don't get bummed out and dampen their NYE activities. (For themselves AND others.)

    I'm not against bringing kids to Vegas ( I brought my family in 2008) but I am very aware that Vegas is primarily an adult playground and my wife and I planned that 2008 trip with that in mind.

    I want everyone to enjoy their Vegas vacations and that's why I'm very considerate of others when in Vegas, cause if anyone trys to ruin my Vegas vacation....watch out...lol!:evillaugh
     
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