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Re: Adventuredome Discussion Thread

Postby thedlr » Mon Apr 23, 2018 12:05 pm

djcoastermark wrote:To celebrate being finally done with my radiation treatments, my partner decided we needed a long weekend trip to have some fun. Just booked a trip to Vegas nonstop from Tampa to Vegas for 35 bucks on Frontier the first week of May. ( 5 hours on a plane, ugh) Got stupid cheap rooms at, gulp, Circus Circus. ($22) I know , I know, we will wear full body condoms to get into bed. We also got BOGO on AdventureDome all day passes. SO this trip is going to be a cheapy one, just finally, a get away. We're not gamblers, (then why in the heck go? Never been, that's why) So we are looking for any advice on things to do or not to bother with. Most likely wont bother with the torture device at NY,NY at 15 bucks a pop unless we find a deal. The cheaper the better. Thanks for any advice.


Congrats! You probably already know about the Bellagio fountains and conservatory, but I still think those are the best free things to see here. There's also Fremont Street Experience at night.

Other free things - http://www.10best.com/destinations/nevada/las-vegas/attractions/free-things-to-do/

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Re: Adventuredome Discussion Thread

Postby ElvisLuv » Mon Apr 23, 2018 1:02 pm

thedlr wrote:
djcoastermark wrote:To celebrate being finally done with my radiation treatments, my partner decided we needed a long weekend trip to have some fun. Just booked a trip to Vegas nonstop from Tampa to Vegas for 35 bucks on Frontier the first week of May. ( 5 hours on a plane, ugh) Got stupid cheap rooms at, gulp, Circus Circus. ($22) I know , I know, we will wear full body condoms to get into bed. We also got BOGO on AdventureDome all day passes. SO this trip is going to be a cheapy one, just finally, a get away. We're not gamblers, (then why in the heck go? Never been, that's why) So we are looking for any advice on things to do or not to bother with. Most likely wont bother with the torture device at NY,NY at 15 bucks a pop unless we find a deal. The cheaper the better. Thanks for any advice.


Congrats! You probably already know about the Bellagio fountains and conservatory, but I still think those are the best free things to see here. There's also Fremont Street Experience at night.

Other free things - http://www.10best.com/destinations/nevada/las-vegas/attractions/free-things-to-do/


Going to be there this weekend as will. Daughter's Sweet 16. We're doing Adventuredome early Sat, Ethel M, Chris Angel and Neon Museum with it's new little show late night SAT night,Hot Air Balloon ride in the wee Sun Morning, and Cirque's KA that night We'll do NYNY's coaster just cause. Hope to squeeze in the the Link and Stratosphere. We thought about doing Cowabunga Bay but with it being opening weekend thought it would be too crowded with temps in the upper 80s. Apparently Buffalo Bill's coaster is down for the count. We rented a convertible so that was going to be a side road trip. Will drive out to Hoover before we fly out Monday afternoon.

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Re: Adventuredome Discussion Thread

Postby djcoastermark » Mon Apr 23, 2018 2:16 pm

Wow guys, (and gals). Thanks for all the advice and nice comments. Was planning on doing Adventure Dome Thurs, but it looks like we'll just switch to Friday the 4th. No biggie, we're keeping everything flexible, no agenda, it's all about winging it and having a nice time.

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Re: Adventuredome Discussion Thread

Postby DoinItForTheFame » Mon Apr 23, 2018 2:20 pm

thedlr wrote:You probably already know about the Bellagio fountains and conservatory, but I still think those are the best free things to see here. There's also Fremont Street Experience at night.


+1 - The Fountains At Bellagio are by far one of my favorite things in Vegas. I could literally sit there and watch the entire show every time it is on! The Fremont Street Experience at night is pretty neat too!!

djcoastermark wrote:...The cheaper the better. Thanks for any advice.


I know you are wanting to keep the trip budget friendly, but if you can by any chance swing the rides at the top of the Stratosphere you'll be glad you did!! Maybe not all of them, but at least check out X-Scream!! Front row is where it is at. You won't regret it!! Unless you sh!t yourself like I almost did!! Then you might regret it! :lol: X-Scream is probably the most terrifying ride I have ever been on! It's worth the hefty up-charge!

Hope this helps a little!! -- No doubt in my mind you guys are going to have a great time! Can't wait to hear about the trip once you get back!
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