This was written literally a couple of hours before we found out that President Trump is COVID-19 positive. My thoughts and prayers go out to him and Melania. This does not change my opinion that Las Vegas can safely continue to open up. Nor does it change the facts regarding the lies from the Governors minions which we document.
Hello From Las Vegas! – Lots of good news this issue! You can’t continue to fake a pandemic with vital numbers as low as they are, the Governor finally had to cry “uncle”.
Note: I’m not suggesting that COVID-19 isn’t real, nor devastating. I myself turn 55 this month (most deaths were people 55+), and have immune issues. I quarantine most of the time, mask up outside my home, don’t touch my eyes or nose when out and about, and do a LONG surgeons scrub hand wash when I return home.
I get it. But, I don’t believe that we need to keep selected activities, inconvenience everyone, and make your visit have tons of limits just to keep me safe.
For our Supporting (Paid) Members, we go over everything that has opened, current restrictions, whether you may (or may not) be able to see a ballgame at Allegiant Stadium this fall, how and when shows are looking to open, and much, much, more.
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The Front Yard, located at Ellis Island Casino & Brewery, is thrilled to announce that residents and visitors can once again take part in their favorite weekend activity, brunch. Built to share, The Front Yard’s new brunch menu offers sweet eats like the French Toast Waffle and the Stuffed Crunch Toast, savory bites like the Brisket Benedict, and brunch staples with a twist like the Avocado Toast with a beet glaze.
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Vegas Videos You’ll Enjoy
(Producers Notes) Last day in Las Vegas! Thought we’d give an updated review on the Wynn Dinner Buffet now that they’ve been open for a month now. Food quality and service go up? Or, did they take a turn for the worse?
First time checking out Red Rock Canyon! Drove the 13 mile Scenic Loop around Red Rock Canyon, simply beautiful! If you want an amazing getaway that’s less than an hour drive from the Strip, this is your spot.
Omelet House, 2160 W Charleston Blvd, Ste A, Las Vegas, NV 89102
Red Rock Canyon, 1000 Scenic Loop Dr, Las Vegas, NV 89161
The Buffet at Wynn, 3131 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109
(Producers Notes) A few of my friends have asked me this same question. How much spending money do I need to bring for my vacation to Las Vegas? I have calculated the average costs of food, drinks and more to determine how much should you plan to budget for your trip!
Check out this sneak preview of Las Vegas’ next MegaResort!
(Producers Notes) Hope you enjoy our vlog as we meet up with some YouTubers and visit Siegfried and Roy’s Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat at The Mirage in Las Vegas.
(Producers Notes) In this video we take a look at the best food and drink bargains on Fremont Street in Downtown Las Vegas. Bob Dingo also lets you know the only place to find free parking in this car park desert!
(Producers Notes) Welcome to the MGM Grand Hotel & Casino has reopened. Walk with us and explore.
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