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Las Vegas showtime

Las Vegas is a city of performers playing the streets, clubs and major productions from Cirque du Soleil to Nevada Ballet. Cirque du Soleil offers eight different shows at Las Vegas Strip resort theaters. ‘Michael Jackson One’ is the latest Cirque du Soleil production opened May 2013 at Mandalay Bay. I am not much of…

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Las Vegas foodie adventure

Sampling food from dozens of the major hotel restaurants in Las Vegas like The Cosmopolitan, Caesars Palace, Mirage, Venetian and Palazzo and more casino resort restaurants in one place is a great opportunity for a foodie. IPW Press Brunch This is my third IPW convention and one of the highlights of each convention for media…

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Valley of Fire State Park, Nevada

The woman working the Valley of Fire State Park visitor center said bighorn sheep are usually standing around outside every morning lately when she arrives for work at 7:30am. Yesterday there were two adult males, two females and a juvenile. They come to the visitor center in search of water. The desert bighorn sheep only…

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My last Loyalty Traveler post?

My request is to be cremated and have my ashes spread off Soberanes Point, Big Sur. Please don’t worry about my state of mind. This is not a social media Paris Jackson like cry for help. Today is predicted to be a record breaking 111 F degree temperature day in Las Vegas, Nevada. Yesterday was…

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Caesars Palace Las Vegas Experience #NMX

“Experience is the teacher of all things” is a quotation attributed to Julius Caesar. Caesars Palace Las Vegas has no apostrophe in the name. The idea is that all guests are Caesars. Well, some guests at Caesars receive a welcome more imperial than others as I learned on a site visit to Caesars Palace on…

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Crossing the Mojave Desert to Las Vegas

Driving from Monterey, California to Las Vegas requires a 250 mile trek across the western portion of the Mojave Desert. All those travelers on Route 66 during the Dust Bowl era coming west welcomed the end of the Mojave Desert when crossing the Tehachapi Mountains to find the irrigated promised land of orchards and agricultural…

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