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NuB - Saying Hi and asking questions already

Discussion in 'Introduce Yourself!' started by vistawiz, Jul 10, 2013.

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  1. vistawiz

    vistawiz Newbie

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    Planning visit to Vegas during Thanksgiving with 2 teenagers. I am hoping the swimming pools are open cause they love them.

    I have not been to Vegas for almost 8 years now and I know the scene at the strip is totally different.

    I would love to stay on the Strip and spend around $100 (with resort fees if possible) but get a nice room as it is the first time for the kids and I wanted to wow them.
     
  2. lisaloveslv

    lisaloveslv Tourist

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    Welcome! First off I would say you had better ask when you book your room if they have a pool open. Many don't that time of year.
     
  3. sybgal

    sybgal VIP Whale

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    Welcome to the board and hope you have a great trip!!
     
  4. gotavegasjones

    gotavegasjones VIP Whale

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    Welcome to the board. Many hotel pools will not be open in November. Call several of the joints you might choose to stay and ask. Go to the website for Total Rewards and Mlife and any of the hotels where you might want to stay. Sign up for players cards account and give 'em your email. You may get some offers for decent room rates. For a $100 a night you should be able to stay in a nice joint. Have great trip.

    later, GVJ
     
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