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Old 10-03-2016, 08:19 PM   #15
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I stayed at Oasis and used my Passport America card for half of. Nice place but big I think they have nearly 1000 spots.
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LVMC Resort is a great place. Probably the nicest appointed sites I've seen. Ours had a full outdoor kitchen with grill, stove top, 2 sinks, bar area, fireplace.
4 days should be enough to see the sights. In addition to the dam and the glitz, check out Mt. Charleston, Red Rocks, the Neon Museum is pretty cool. Make sure you get to Fremont Street.
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Old 10-04-2016, 07:31 PM   #17
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We stay at Arizona Charlies RV Park right on Boulder Highway and we ride the city buses all over Vegas. Have been to Vegas many times and enjoy the sights. There are many excellent places to eat and there are generally specials at many eating places. There are also nice places to visit outside of Vegas including Hoover Dam, Red Rock Canyon & Valley of Fire to name a few. If you get to Bellagio Casino check out the conservatory. It's free and always spectacular. It changes with the seasons and is outstanding. Also check out the fountains outside Bellagio which display on a schedule. Have fun!
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