Friday the 13th… unlucky… hmmm My husband thinks not. He loves Friday the 13th. Wonder if he got his Lotto Max for tonite? I really have to get into this Blog thing haha.. Soooo Today I wrote a BootCamp Exam for My Travel. Refresher, lots of new stuff to be learn. The Travel Industry is always Changing and it is nice to keep on Board and keep up with all the Changes.. Sooo Starting Today I am Gonna Try and Post each Day a Different Hotel On the Vegas Strip. I sooo love Vegas. And I want you to fall in love with it as well.. I have only been the once but I am hoping on making it there this Fall. I am gonna Start on the South end of Las Vegas Blvd and make my way North. Buckle Down for Here Starts the Journey………..
First Hotel on the Strip Heading North. The picture of The Mandalay Bay is looking south. But we are gonna Venture North afterwards.
The Vegas Sign is about a 5-10 minute walk South. There is a man that was there taking photos with your camera. He is such a natural that after he wants $ for his time. Hey it is sooo worth it. Think we gave him $5.00. Now on to the start of the Vegas Resort Walk 😉
The Mandalay Bay/The Hotel/Four Seasons Hotel
Total Rooms 3309 with a Southeast Asia Theme. Opened in 1999 was The Mandalay Bay, The Hotel opened in 2003. Thin Gold-leafed used on the windows. 11 Acres for the Mandalay Beach Area. 3 Heated Pools with a Wave Generator, A Beach and a Artifical River. 2700 Tons of Sand was transported from Southern California. The Shark Reef Features more than 2000 animals. Also has a Beach side Casino. 3 Story,climate controlled glass fronted Casino. Casual Attire is actually Encouraged. Even the dealers are dressed in Bikinis and Beachwear. Concerts on the Beach. FYI Sugarland is performing on Sept 2,2012. The main Casino is 135,000sq and there is a Tram that connects to its sister’s properties Excalibur and Luxor. There is only Suites at The Hotel. Micheal Jackson Tribute is suppose to start in 2013 for a Attraction.It is a MGM Property so there are Daily Resort Fees. Over 28 restaurants and a handful of bars.Prices start at $80 and up. Whats not to love here…….Good as Gold 😉
The price I see online is the price I pay. **Be vary cautious when booking online. Many of these companies do use very mis leading marketing practices. If you go to the final booking screen (not the initial screen) you will notice that most times the initial price can increase substantially. Also, you will have to click a little box prior to booking called “terms and conditions” it is always good to read these as they most times list flights are not confirmed, supplier may charge additional fees to your credit card etc. A good rule of thumb is “if it is too good to be true, it is”. **
June 27,2012. Tomorrow will be one month that we have been here. The big move from Yarmouth NS to Peace River AB. A town about the size of our other town. The kids have adjusted well and myself have enjoyed it as well. Been plenty hot. The husband has been working at Hillards Bay, north of Slave Lake. The scenery has been beautiful. Lots of pasture. Haven’t seen a whole lots of cows,lots of horses and mule deer. Went to Hillards Bay Provincial Park last weekend. Very gorgeous spot. Gonna be starting back on blogging tweeting now that it has slowed down some. Getting alittle organized with my travel updates again. Just got to organized my office space in my little apartment 😉 praying soon to be in a cute little house my husband built out of town about 20km. Fingers crossed.