Thanksgiving in VEGAS!!

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    Nov 20, 2012 1:49 PM GMT
    So its my birthday on Thanksgiving day! Since none of my friends are ever around during this time of the year icon_sad.gif this year I decided to celebrate it in vegas icon_cool.gif So a friend and I are headed off there for 3 nights. Any suggestions on stuff we should do or any deals to be had this time of the year? I had found a thread sometime ago about free slot play credits etc but can't find it again.
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    Nov 20, 2012 3:56 PM GMT
    no vegas frequenters here?
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    Nov 20, 2012 4:28 PM GMT
    I was just in Vegas on 11.15 - 11.18 stayed at the Stratosphere. It was fun, went to some attractions and stuff. I saw a magic show (Nathan Burton), Rode to the top of the Eiffel towers and saw a car collection. I won some $$$ at the Paris Las Vegas, I'd recommend you go there since it brings me good luck. Have fun over there in Sin City.


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    Nov 20, 2012 4:30 PM GMT
    Have you considered betting a turkey at roulette?
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    Nov 20, 2012 4:44 PM GMT
    1/2 price ticket booth mid strip for day of shows is a must. Get off the strip to the HardRock for a visit. If u don't have a room and arent worried about quality of the room, go for the Imperial Palace. Llocation can't be beat, rooms are ok and you're right in the heart of the strip. I never worry too much about room quality in Vegas because your never in it.

    My favorite casino is always Caesars. Best sportsbook and sexy MEN in togas walkin around plus great shops n nightlife.

    When u get to town there are a few tourist books that will direct u to deals of the week. Great inexpensive buffet off the strip at Palace Station.

    Been a few years since I've been, so some of this info may be dated, but that's the basics.

    Hopefully an RJ local will direct u to the best current gay nightlife...
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    Nov 20, 2012 5:04 PM GMT
    My partner is from Vegas, and his brothers still live there, so I've explored a bit. Be sure to head downtown, to see some of 'old Vegas' (there are some great cocktail bars in that area that are worth trying. The 'Heart Attack Grill' is there too, which I'm told is worth a look). I'd also recommend visiting El Cortez, one of the older Vegas casions in downtown. It's nothing like the modern, flashy resorts, but it is a lot of fun.
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    Nov 20, 2012 5:23 PM GMT
    any gay fun to check out while I'm there? already bought tickets for thunder down under icon_twisted.gif


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  • booboolv

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    Nov 20, 2012 8:29 PM GMT
    There are a smattering of gay bars and clubs here in Las Vegas, but none of them are really spectacular, in my opinion. Consider, of course, that I am older than the typical "club hopper" so I'm probably not the best reference! LOL

    Krave is the biggest gay club. Google, my friend, Google. Have fun but we have a slogan here that doesn't get advertised. "Come on vacation, leave on probation." Don't let that happen to you!
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    Nov 20, 2012 8:38 PM GMT
    hairymusclejock saidno vegas frequenters here?
    Why don't you spend Thanksgiving in a real city like Boston, New York, or Chicago. Why would you want to waste a Thanksgiving holiday in one of the ugliest, most honky tonk, vulgar places known as Las Vegas which is located in America's most desolate, depressing state, Nevada.
  • FitGwynedd

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    Nov 20, 2012 8:54 PM GMT
    roadbikeRob said
    hairymusclejock saidno vegas frequenters here?
    Why don't you spend Thanksgiving in a real city like Boston, New York, or Chicago. Why would you want to waste a Thanksgiving holiday in one of the ugliest, most honky tonk, vulgar places known as Las Vegas which is located in America's most desolate, depressing state, Nevada.


    Buffalo is far worse than Las Vegas.
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    Nov 20, 2012 8:55 PM GMT
    FitGwynedd said
    roadbikeRob said
    hairymusclejock saidno vegas frequenters here?
    Why don't you spend Thanksgiving in a real city like Boston, New York, or Chicago. Why would you want to waste a Thanksgiving holiday in one of the ugliest, most honky tonk, vulgar places known as Las Vegas which is located in America's most desolate, depressing state, Nevada.


    Buffalo is far worse than Las Vegas.
    You are full of shit pal. Buffalo is paradise compared to Las Vegas.
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    Nov 20, 2012 8:59 PM GMT
    roadbikeRob said
    FitGwynedd said
    roadbikeRob said
    hairymusclejock saidno vegas frequenters here?
    Why don't you spend Thanksgiving in a real city like Boston, New York, or Chicago. Why would you want to waste a Thanksgiving holiday in one of the ugliest, most honky tonk, vulgar places known as Las Vegas which is located in America's most desolate, depressing state, Nevada.


    Buffalo is far worse than Las Vegas.
    You are full of shit pal. Buffalo is paradise compared to Las Vegas.


    Whatever you say roadragebob

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    Nov 20, 2012 9:03 PM GMT
    FitGwynedd said
    roadbikeRob said
    FitGwynedd said
    roadbikeRob said
    hairymusclejock saidno vegas frequenters here?
    Why don't you spend Thanksgiving in a real city like Boston, New York, or Chicago. Why would you want to waste a Thanksgiving holiday in one of the ugliest, most honky tonk, vulgar places known as Las Vegas which is located in America's most desolate, depressing state, Nevada.


    Buffalo is far worse than Las Vegas.
    You are full of shit pal. Buffalo is paradise compared to Las Vegas.


    Whatever you say roadragebob

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    This proves my point that you hung out on the impoverished east side of Buffalo. Don't condemn my city for your horrendous mistakes of going only into the bad areas of town. As for Las Vegas and all of Nevada what the hell is so beautiful about asphalt pavement, concrete, garish signs, sand, and sagebrushicon_question.gif
  • booboolv

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    Nov 20, 2012 9:06 PM GMT
    roadbikeRob said
    hairymusclejock saidno vegas frequenters here?
    Why don't you spend Thanksgiving in a real city like Boston, New York, or Chicago. Why would you want to waste a Thanksgiving holiday in one of the ugliest, most honky tonk, vulgar places known as Las Vegas which is located in America's most desolate, depressing state, Nevada.


    Dude! What's with the hating on Las Vegas? People live here too, you know! If you don't like Las Vegas, I'm OK with that (honestly, if I could find work at a comparable wage in another city I'd be pretty tempted to relocate myself), but there's no need to be rude and nasty about the place people live.

    "A real city? Really? We have schools, churches, malls, grocery stores, public services, etc., just like all of the shit laden cities you mentioned. And we're far warmer. Las Vegas is small compared to many metropolitan areas, and in a way, that makes it better because visitors can take in the whole city in far less time and for far less expense than in larger cities.
  • FitGwynedd

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    Nov 20, 2012 9:17 PM GMT
    roadbikeRob said
    FitGwynedd said
    roadbikeRob said
    FitGwynedd said
    roadbikeRob said
    hairymusclejock saidno vegas frequenters here?
    Why don't you spend Thanksgiving in a real city like Boston, New York, or Chicago. Why would you want to waste a Thanksgiving holiday in one of the ugliest, most honky tonk, vulgar places known as Las Vegas which is located in America's most desolate, depressing state, Nevada.


    Buffalo is far worse than Las Vegas.
    You are full of shit pal. Buffalo is paradise compared to Las Vegas.


    Whatever you say roadragebob

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    This proves my point that you hung out on the impoverished east side of Buffalo. Don't condemn my city for your horrendous mistakes of going only into the bad areas of town. As for Las Vegas and all of Nevada what the hell is so beautiful about asphalt pavement, concrete, garish signs, sand, and sagebrushicon_question.gif


    People there practise proper hygiene unlike people in Buffalo. Such as toothbrushing, haircombing, washing of hands and face, etc.
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    Nov 20, 2012 9:22 PM GMT
    FitGwynedd said
    roadbikeRob said
    FitGwynedd said
    roadbikeRob said
    FitGwynedd said
    roadbikeRob said
    hairymusclejock saidno vegas frequenters here?
    Why don't you spend Thanksgiving in a real city like Boston, New York, or Chicago. Why would you want to waste a Thanksgiving holiday in one of the ugliest, most honky tonk, vulgar places known as Las Vegas which is located in America's most desolate, depressing state, Nevada.


    Buffalo is far worse than Las Vegas.
    You are full of shit pal. Buffalo is paradise compared to Las Vegas.


    Whatever you say roadragebob

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    This proves my point that you hung out on the impoverished east side of Buffalo. Don't condemn my city for your horrendous mistakes of going only into the bad areas of town. As for Las Vegas and all of Nevada what the hell is so beautiful about asphalt pavement, concrete, garish signs, sand, and sagebrushicon_question.gif


    People there practise proper hygiene unlike people in Buffalo. Such as toothbrushing, haircombing, washing of hands and face, etc.
    You don't know what the hell you are talking about. You have no legitimate right judging all the people of Buffalo from just the street people and bums you saw hanging out on the corners. You have that in every city throughout the world. You definitely need to grow up and stop making such baseless, juvenile statements about my hometown. Go get a life kid.
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    Nov 20, 2012 9:24 PM GMT
    Wherever you go, there you are....makes no difference when you are with your friends...

    Happy Birthday!

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    Nov 20, 2012 9:28 PM GMT
    Go to Red Rock. If you have a car, you could take a day trip to Zion.

    Vegas attracts major djs, so you could go out to a club or twelve.
    Other than that, there's like 8000 Cirque du Soleil shows playing in Vegas at any given time. I guess you could do that, or not.
    GivIng your money away to casinos is a popular option.

    I don't know why Boston's being touted as the anti-Vegas. The real city. Boston hasn't been relevant in 200 years.
  • roadbikeRob

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    Nov 20, 2012 9:31 PM GMT
    Macaque saidGo to Red Rock. If you have a car, you could take a day trip to Zion.

    Vegas attracts major djs, so you could go out to a club or twelve.
    Other than that, there's like 8000 Cirque du Soleil shows playing in Vegas at any given time. I guess you could do that, or not.
    GivIng your money away to casinos is a popular option.

    I don't know why Boston's being touted as the anti-Vegas. The real city. Boston hasn't been relevant in 200 years.
    Boston is far more relevant than Las Vegas.
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    Nov 20, 2012 10:51 PM GMT
    hairymusclejock saidany gay fun to check out while I'm there? already bought tickets for thunder down under icon_twisted.gif


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    Can't wait icon_eek.gif


    I stayed at the Excalibur last time, hot straight Aussie men getting naked for ya. Oh yeah !!!!