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November Questions

Discussion in 'Vegas Trip Reports' started by k2125girl, Dec 8, 2004.

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  1. k2125girl

    k2125girl Tourist

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    My Trip Report

    I am looking to book a trip the weekend before Thanksgiving 2005, I was hoping some of you had some information you could share along, such as crowds around that time and weather. I am looking to take my mom as a B'day/Xmas gift she's never been and it will be my 2nd time. THanks!!
     
  2. DNA

    DNA Low-Roller

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    I went around that time last year during the PBR championship and the weather i believe was in the low 60's. I,m not sure why, but the crowds always seem about the same to me. No matter what the crowds or weather is like though, i can gaurantee you'll have fun.
     
  3. Casino Kid

    Casino Kid Tourist

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    I remember it being in the 50's and not very crowded at all. At least compared to August and September.
     
  4. RossW

    RossW North of the 49th

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    I was just there over this Thanksgiving.
    Nov 22-26. Weather was cool at the beginning for our stay, high 50's low 60's but by Thursday it was around 67 or so. We were walking the north strip and I had lined jean jacket on, it was too warm for this type of jacket, a sweater or sweatshirt would have been fine. Be warned though, when the sun goes down it is only a few degress above freezing. To me it doesn't feel as cold as at home as it is usually so dry in LV.

    I try to go to LV around USA Thanksgiving every year as good airfares can be found and hotel deals are plentiful. It is a slower time in LV and they entice people to come as the Thanksgiving holiday is a time when a lot of folk are going home or to family gatherings. I have always liked going at this time both for the "deals" as well as I like the cooler weather for walking etc.

    RossW
     
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