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September 19, 2014 - 11:46 am
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No, but I did hear in the news so many hotels in Atlantic City are closing, that the Trump Hotel there is closing the doors as of a week ago. Not sure how the Trump in Vegas would be affected if at all. Donald Trump was no longer involved in operations and had sold his interests off, the the Hotel really was only holding his name, I assume that was the case in the Vegas location too.

Vegas has a million places to stay, and offers galore, for special times and dates. If you can plan your trip for off days, do some research on offers, Sundays - Thursdays, avoiding mega-event weekends like a Mayweather fight, the deals are better. Not sure if you need to fly in or near enough to drive.

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Went there with my dad a few years ago and we stayed at a cheap motel by the airport that's not even there anymore. That's good ideas from greeney about going during the week, not on the weekend and being alert for special offers and deals. Best hotel may be a subjective choice depending on what you want out of your Vegas visit. If you want soothing relaxation and exquisite comfort then it may be worth it to spend $100 + a night for the best digs your money can buy - higher prices usually indicate higher quality and better service. If you like live shows, it may be better to stay at a hotel which features the show(s) you wish to see. Like the street scene? Freemont St. is lined with hotels with the action at their doorstep.

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When my daughter lived in Vegas she worked the the ExCaliber, and live in nearby Henderson. The outskirts use to have smaller but really nice casinos the were part of the station casinos. They catered more to the locals, more on the line of Laughlin, Nevada. What has killed Vegas partly is all the California casinos that have been built in the Native American land areas, that are in size about like those station casinos, and they have everything you need. The only difference, and Vegas may be the same now, is slot machines do not actually spit out coins, they pay in barcode tickets, but the sound effects are like real coins dropping out. They have fancy decor, everything is the same, great food and buffets, you really do not need to go to Vegas for us anymore. Never was real big on it in the first place.

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The Aria is currently the best.

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Economics and diplomacy are methods of securing resources used by humans.

Securing resources is the one necessary behavior for all living things.

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Whatever you do while there, it's probably best to remember that, when it comes to electronic/digital information given by you, what happens in Vegas doesn't necessarily always 'stay in Vegas'. Destroy any card swipe keys to room door, casino specific, etc. ; your info is on there and has been proven vulnerable with the right equipment/situation.

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