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Vegas Baby, Yeah!
Sun Nov 11, 2018 12:27 am
  • So next weekend I am celebrating my 16th anniversary with my wife and my 50th birthday. I have a bunch of friends coming along and we expect it's going to be a fantastic time. We will be there from Friday the 16th through Sunday the 18th, coming home on the 19th. Both my wife and I have been to Vegas several times and we both agree 3 days and nights is plenty.

    Having said that, we haven't been to Vegas in years. We have done the usual "strip" stuff but we are wanting to expand our horizons this trip. As an example, we are going to go to the Mob Museum. We heard about Freemont (Old Vegas) too...

    I am looking for any advice, experience, comments, suggestions from those of you who know the best Vegas has to offer. I don't mean the obvious shows, strip bars, etc...I am looking for those really cool places and things to do that only seasoned vets of Vegas can offer.

    So what ya got?
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Re: Vegas Baby, Yeah!
Sun Nov 11, 2018 12:47 am
  • Do the zip line in old Vegas. I'd recommend it at night, you buy your tickets online: https://vegasexperience.com/slotzilla-zip-line/ Fremont Street also have drinks you can buy at one of the corners where you can get a big football mixed drink; literally in a big plastic football.

    Also, Battlefield Vegas will come pick you up in an actual Humvee (for free) and take you to their gun range where you can fire things like a .50 cal or even destroy a car with a tank. Yes, seriously.
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Re: Vegas Baby, Yeah!
Sun Nov 11, 2018 5:17 am
  • Steal a tiger and get a face tattoo!

    Seriously though, I love Vegas. The rides at the top of the stratosphere are a blast. Brunch with a massive Bloody Mary at Harrahs, the pool and shark tank at Mandalay Bay, the roller coaster at NY NY, A show like Absinth or Zumanity, the sports book at Caesars.

    And about the tattoo.... Pussycat (off the strip) tattoo has some great artists.

    Enjoy!


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Re: Vegas Baby, Yeah!
Sun Nov 11, 2018 6:52 am
  • Although I have not done it yet, I want to do the ferris wheel that allows you to have drinks served or bring your own drinks in. It takes about Half an hour for it to go around I was told by friends that live near there. Double check on it tho if you want to go. The Fremont experience also has a few stages set up with live bands normally in the mid afternoon to evening. I have stayed at the fremont and the D and I can hear them play for a while....whether I want to or not.

    Plastic football like Iro said..yes. Get a lanyard for carrying too..it is easier that way.

    Mob Museum is a cool place. I could not find the relatives....er uh Nevermind......

    On the ride back by bus...saw that Hells Kitchen is open in Vegas on the strip near Ceasers. Prolly spendy tho for food. I know there is a burger bar that is by one of the guys on masterchef. It is near the Venetian. I think it is owned by Bastianich.

    The shark tank, I got in there by having friends staying there...I dont know if you can get in there outside of that or not. The friends were there to tan and get warm from Canada.

    A show.....Menopause. It was interesting with ladies I was with. And very embarrassing.

    Enjoy yourself.
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Re: Vegas Baby, Yeah!
Sun Nov 11, 2018 12:19 pm
  • Thanks fellas...Definitely Freemont fo sho...Since it's my 50th I just might need to do a tattoo...Roland, love the zip line idea!

    So much to do, so little time.

    My number one goal is coming home with more money in my pocket than I came with.
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Re: Vegas Baby, Yeah!
Sun Nov 11, 2018 6:55 pm
  • Aros wrote:My number one goal is coming home with more money in my pocket than I came with.

    Personally, I try to go to Vegas with the mindset of "I'm expecting to lose every penny of cash in my wallet and come home broke."

    I'm happier for it; but that's me. :)
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Re: Vegas Baby, Yeah!
Sun Nov 11, 2018 7:09 pm
  • Save yourself a bunch of money, time, and hassle and go to Reno instead... Just kidding.
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Re: Vegas Baby, Yeah!
Sun Nov 11, 2018 10:09 pm
  • Try Las Vegas, New Mexico.
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Re: Vegas Baby, Yeah!
Sun Nov 11, 2018 10:42 pm
  • fenderbender123 wrote:Save yourself a bunch of money, time, and hassle and go to Reno instead... Just kidding.


    Ha, that's where we got married actually. Great memories! Lake Tahoe, Reno, all fun times!
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Re: Vegas Baby, Yeah!
Sun Nov 11, 2018 10:43 pm
  • RolandDeschain wrote:Personally, I try to go to Vegas with the mindset of "I'm expecting to lose every penny of cash in my wallet and come home broke." I'm happier for it; but that's me. :)


    No I get it. That's pretty much me as well.
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Re: Vegas Baby, Yeah!
Tue Nov 13, 2018 9:30 am

Re: Vegas Baby, Yeah!
Tue Nov 13, 2018 9:48 am

Re: Vegas Baby, Yeah!
Tue Nov 13, 2018 9:53 am
  • Definitely Fremont, probably my favorite Vegas spot to just walk around with a drink and people watch at night. Also has nightly bands that you can watch for free in 2-3 spots along the street. 80's, 90's, usually something for everyone.

    My wife and I also enjoy going to see a comedy show or one of the Cirque du Soleil shows. If you don't want to pay full price, there are a bunch of Tix4Tonight kiosks all over the strip and malls selling discounted tickets the day of the shows.

    The key for us is to try and catch a show or do something each night, which keeps us out of the casinos losing our money.
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Re: Vegas Baby, Yeah!
Tue Nov 13, 2018 10:11 am
  • Aros wrote:
    Chapow wrote:Treat yourself to a few laps around a track in a super car.

    https://speedvegas.com/en/

    https://exoticsracing.com/

    https://www.dreamracing.com/the-experiences/

    I haven't done this before and I don't know which place is better, but this is #1 on my list next time I'm in Vegas.


    That has totally been on my list! Trouble is, do I really want to part with $450-500 bucks for a few laps??


    Only you can make that call. It certainly is expensive.

    For me, getting the chance to drive a super car on an actual track is pretty high on my bucket list. I will happily part with $500 for the experience. Can't even imagine the exhilaration, but I'm gonna find out.

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Re: Vegas Baby, Yeah!
Tue Nov 13, 2018 4:16 pm
  • Chapow wrote:
    Aros wrote:
    Chapow wrote:Treat yourself to a few laps around a track in a super car.

    https://speedvegas.com/en/

    https://exoticsracing.com/

    https://www.dreamracing.com/the-experiences/

    I haven't done this before and I don't know which place is better, but this is #1 on my list next time I'm in Vegas.


    That has totally been on my list! Trouble is, do I really want to part with $450-500 bucks for a few laps??


    Only you can make that call. It certainly is expensive.

    For me, getting the chance to drive a super car on an actual track is pretty high on my bucket list. I will happily part with $500 for the experience. Can't even imagine the exhilaration, but I'm gonna find out.

    :irishdrinkers:


    Saw one of those places on the way to the Rio for the Star Trek Convention. Wondered about them.

    A person got a lap for her boyfriend for his birthday last year I think. Never talked with them later if it was fun or not.

    While in vegas, there were options....car on the track for a few laps or car for half a day downtown//few hours I think. I think she went with the track.

    I did see a mazzy while I was there. I assume he was just cruising looking all good and stuff.
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Re: Vegas Baby, Yeah!
Tue Nov 13, 2018 5:21 pm
  • Sgt. Largent wrote:The key for us is to try and catch a show or do something each night, which keeps us out of the casinos losing our money.


    That's our goal this year...Keep ourselves busy with things that don't drain the money nowhere near as quickly as sitting in a casino gambling will. Ask me how I know, lol.
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Re: Vegas Baby, Yeah!
Tue Nov 13, 2018 5:24 pm
  • Chapow wrote:Only you can make that call. It certainly is expensive.

    For me, getting the chance to drive a super car on an actual track is pretty high on my bucket list. I will happily part with $500 for the experience. Can't even imagine the exhilaration, but I'm gonna find out.

    :irishdrinkers:


    No I totally hear you, it's not quite at the top of my bucket list like flying/riding in a P-51 Mustang or other favorite WWII warbird but I would LOVE to finally experience being behind the wheel of my dream car (Lamborghini) for once when I'm not actually dreaming!

    Money is tight otherwise I probably wouldn't think twice. Perhaps I might go for a lap or two and call it good. And if I can't get enough? Then screw it and spring for all 5, lol.
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Re: Vegas Baby, Yeah!
Tue Nov 13, 2018 8:30 pm
  • Looking over all three, I think if I do end up driving my dream car (Aventador) I would go with this place:

    https://www.dreamracing.com

    Seems to offer the coolest package/experience overall. I do turn 50 this Sunday...Hmmm..Could be a hell of a birthday present to myself... :twisted:
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Re: Vegas Baby, Yeah!
Wed Nov 14, 2018 2:18 am
  • Aros wrote:So next weekend I am celebrating my 16th anniversary with my wife and my 50th birthday. I have a bunch of friends coming along and we expect it's going to be a fantastic time. We will be there from Friday the 16th through Sunday the 18th, coming home on the 19th. Both my wife and I have been to Vegas several times and we both agree 3 days and nights is plenty.


    Firstly, you're wise not leaving Vegas on a Sunday night, or even worse, a Monday night after a long weekend!

    My Vegas experience won’t be any help, sorry, because I was there for a week, staying with a local family. I don’t gamble at all, which (long story) was why I was there. However, in our brief casinos visit, I had many free drinks, because as locals, my friends seemed to get them without even gambling much at all! My friend’s wife was a receptionist at the Hilton, which certainly didn’t hurt there!

    One thing I did which you’d love, Todd… I got to visit Nellis AFB. Could not get close to F117s or B1s, but walked through a veritable thicket of F16s, although I still have never seen an F16 actually flying. Also did a day trip to Grand Canyon, flying Scenic Airlines. They had Twin Otters with coach-sized windows, which was fantastic, although I was only on the ground for a couple of hours, and my camera broke, losing all my photos.

    Went to Death Valley on an overnight trip (my friend drove) – a pilgrimage to Zabriskie Point (of movie infamy) – but Death Valley is awesome.

    So, my reply is utterly useless… but hell, have a great time, and I know you will!
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Re: Vegas Baby, Yeah!
Wed Nov 14, 2018 3:47 am
  • AN OLD VEGAS JOKE (told as best I remember)…

    There was apparently a group of Las Vegas taxi drivers who had a windfall gale of laughter recently, at the misfortune of one of their colleagues, who had a reputation in the local industry of being prickly, and often downright rude.

    A guy had several months before approached him in his taxi at the rank on the Strip, asking to go to the airport, and had offered his gold watch and a proven address as a surety, plus a bonus cash exchange to send the watch back, IF he would drive him, because he’d lost everything in the casinos, and had even maxed his credit, and he HAD to make his flight home.

    The taxi driver belligerently told him to get stuffed. This tale does not tell how he got home, although he did.

    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

    He was back in Vegas again, when we resume the story. This time, he won HEAPS. He could get a limo to the airport, at least, but he settled for the same taxi rank on the Strip. There, he could not believe it – was his NOT-favourite taxi driver… BUT, his car was four cabs from the front of the rank, and he didn’t have time to wait until the cab got to the front of the rank.

    So, he hatched a plan. He went to the first cab on the rank, and said to the driver, “I want to go to the airport, but if you agree to give me a blowjob somewhere on the way, here’s a $20 note, plus I want you to blow the car horn and vigorously wave the note out of the window on the way out of the rank.”

    The driver’s reaction was predictably along the lines of ^%$# off!!! As it was with the next two drivers.

    He then finally approached his target taxi driver, who didn’t recognise him, when he asked “I want to go to the airport, but here’s a $20 note, which I want you to vigorously wave out of the window on the way out of the rank, because I’m just so glad I’ve come out of Vegas, $20 on top.”
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Re: Vegas Baby, Yeah!
Wed Nov 14, 2018 8:10 am
  • LOL!

    Should be a fun trip and I sure wouldn't mind walking around a bunch of F-16s! Thanks for the well wishes!
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Re: Vegas Baby, Yeah!
Wed Nov 14, 2018 10:49 am
  • Not sure if pinball is your thing but http://pinballmuseum.org/ Much cheaper than throwing money into a slot machine.
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Re: Vegas Baby, Yeah!
Wed Nov 14, 2018 1:18 pm
  • Aros wrote:LOL!

    Should be a fun trip and I sure wouldn't mind walking around a bunch of F-16s! Thanks for the well wishes!


    If only I was there. I could get you there. But alas. Also there is a Radar museum on base as well with old threat radars and mobile units. I found that intriguing as I am an old Radar guy.

    The last few times I was there, I either landed on Tuesday or flew out on Tuesday as the rates are much lower. If not Tuesday, then fly out on Thursday or Friday. Middle of the week is the cheapest time for motels too. Did the "D" on Fremont street for really cheap last time.
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Re: Vegas Baby, Yeah!
Wed Nov 14, 2018 9:46 pm
  • A tip if you're a non-smoker...
    The place is FULL of smokers. Every single day that I was there, I needed to take a shower when I got back to the hotel to wash the smell off. I wished I had brought extra clothing and some plastic bags to put the smokey clothes into. My suitcase still smells like smoke.
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Re: Vegas Baby, Yeah!
Thu Nov 15, 2018 2:33 am
  • Seahawkfan80 wrote:If only I was there. I could get you there. But alas. Also there is a Radar museum on base as well with old threat radars and mobile units. I found that intriguing as I am an old Radar guy.


    Radar museum would be absolutely wonderful! The importance of radar in certain events in the very late 1930s and 1940s was critical. Like the code-breakers... the "boffins" really played an enormous role, to say the very least. Please let me in next time! :D

    I was (of course) allowed no camera at Nellis AFB, and was not allowed near the F117s (which were each guarded by a sentry), and the B1s were way off in the distance. I saw no aircraft flying, apart from a single arrival of a T-38.

    Had a wonderful "comped" silver service dinner that night at the Stardust, though. LOVE a Vegas "comp" dinner!
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Re: Vegas Baby, Yeah!
Thu Nov 15, 2018 8:45 am
  • LargentFan wrote:A tip if you're a non-smoker...
    The place is FULL of smokers. Every single day that I was there, I needed to take a shower when I got back to the hotel to wash the smell off. I wished I had brought extra clothing and some plastic bags to put the smokey clothes into. My suitcase still smells like smoke.


    That's part of the charm of Vegas. Old people dying smoking out of trach tubes in Rascals, bachelor party kids throwing up on the strip sidewalks, drunk girls wearing "kiss the bride" sashes crying alone at slot machines, suicidal dudes with gambling addictions standing angrily at ATM machines pulling out their kid's college savings..................and my favorite, the "Psst Psst" guys handing you 1-800 hooker cards outside the casinos. I almost have my hooker card collection complete, I only need a redhead and a hispanic midget.
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Re: Vegas Baby, Yeah!
Thu Nov 15, 2018 10:17 am
  • Sgt. Largent wrote:
    LargentFan wrote:A tip if you're a non-smoker...
    The place is FULL of smokers. Every single day that I was there, I needed to take a shower when I got back to the hotel to wash the smell off. I wished I had brought extra clothing and some plastic bags to put the smokey clothes into. My suitcase still smells like smoke.


    That's part of the charm of Vegas. Old people dying smoking out of trach tubes in Rascals, bachelor party kids throwing up on the strip sidewalks, drunk girls wearing "kiss the bride" sashes crying alone at slot machines, suicidal dudes with gambling addictions standing angrily at ATM machines pulling out their kid's college savings..................and my favorite, the "Psst Psst" guys handing you 1-800 hooker cards outside the casinos. I almost have my hooker card collection complete, I only need a redhead and a hispanic midget.


    Got the Hispanic midget. Cant find the Russian midget. They are so elusive. Redhead is from what I have seen non existent. I assume you can get them at area 51. But that is non existent too. :twisted:
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Re: Vegas Baby, Yeah!
Sun Nov 18, 2018 7:58 pm
  • drcool wrote:Not sure if pinball is your thing but http://pinballmuseum.org/ Much cheaper than throwing money into a slot machine.

    If you are into pinball or old video games this place is a must.
    You feel like you are walking into a huge 1970’s era pinball arcade.

    Most of the old pinball machines are playable and they have most of the ones you remember as a kid.

    When the video poker and slots are kicking my ass, I head to this place for a couple of hours of cheap entertainment.

    Highly recommend if you are into pinball and it’s kid friendly.

    It’s also real easy to find if you have a car.
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Re: Vegas Baby, Yeah!
Sun Nov 18, 2018 7:58 pm
  • That looks awesome! I’ll check it out next time I visit for sure


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Re: Vegas Baby, Yeah!
Mon Nov 19, 2018 12:28 pm
  • Sports Hernia wrote:
    drcool wrote:Not sure if pinball is your thing but http://pinballmuseum.org/ Much cheaper than throwing money into a slot machine.

    If you are into pinball or old video games this place is a must.
    You feel like you are walking into a huge 1970’s era pinball arcade.

    Most of the old pinball machines are playable and they have most of the ones you remember as a kid.

    When the video poker and slots are kicking my ass, I head to this place for a couple of hours of cheap entertainment.

    Highly recommend if you are into pinball and it’s kid friendly.

    It’s also real easy to find if you have a car.


    Guess I will never be going there.....Kids will be beating me up again for my lunch money. :mrgreen:
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Re: Vegas Baby, Yeah!
Mon Nov 19, 2018 12:32 pm
  • Go to the Gun Shop on Tropicana and you can rent full autos to fire on their range, under supervision of course.
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Re: Vegas Baby, Yeah!
Tue Nov 27, 2018 10:29 pm
  • Seahawkfan80 wrote:
    Sports Hernia wrote:
    drcool wrote:Not sure if pinball is your thing but http://pinballmuseum.org/ Much cheaper than throwing money into a slot machine.

    If you are into pinball or old video games this place is a must.
    You feel like you are walking into a huge 1970’s era pinball arcade.

    Most of the old pinball machines are playable and they have most of the ones you remember as a kid.

    When the video poker and slots are kicking my ass, I head to this place for a couple of hours of cheap entertainment.

    Highly recommend if you are into pinball and it’s kid friendly.

    It’s also real easy to find if you have a car.


    Guess I will never be going there.....Kids will be beating me up again for my lunch money. :mrgreen:

    They just want your quarters, nickels and dimes won’t cut it there. 8)
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Re: Vegas Baby, Yeah!
Tue Nov 27, 2018 10:30 pm
  • SmokinHawk wrote:Go to the Gun Shop on Tropicana and you can rent full autos to fire on their range, under supervision of course.

    Never been there but always kind of wanted to. I’ve heard great things from people that have though.
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Re: Vegas Baby, Yeah!
Thu Nov 29, 2018 12:18 pm
  • Myself, my wife and 18 other friends had a total blast! My Lambo Aventador drive became the talk of the trip, that if I was to win the night before my birthday, I would do it. Problem is, while I did win enough money to warrant the drive, I was up until 5am drinking so needless to say I was in no shape to drive, LOL!

    Time FLIES in Vegas! Midnight to 5am felt like 2 hours tops.

    All that for nothing. It's okay though, I still didn't really mind holding on to that $500 bucks. Ate a killer steak and lobster dinner on my Birthday at Joe's Blue Crab in Caesar's Palace on my birthday, smoked my favorite cigar after. Came home with money in my pocket and a lot of good memories.

    We also went to the Mob Museum which was really great. Did the interactive shooting challenge with a buddy which was really cool. Hung out in Freemont one night...

    Next time I go to Vegas you had better believe I am driving that Lamborghini...I'll just do it before I drink. LOL!
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