Las Vegas hotels have a rich history, so it’s only natural that some guests have reported seeing evidence of ghosts in particular rooms. If you’d like to catch a glimpse of the supernatural, try one of the following hotel rooms, where guests have reported some ghostly occurrences:
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When planning a trip to Las Vegas, the first decision you must make is where to stay: the Strip or Downtown? Both locations have casinos, restaurants and hotels, and each is worth checking out during your visit. Whether you should spend most of your time on the Strip or Downtown, though, depends on what you’re looking for.
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If you find the lights and noise of Las Vegas a bit overwhelming after a couple of days, take an hour to head northeast of Las Vegas and explore the Valley of Fire State Park. With petrified wood, rock outcroppings, and 3,000 year-old petroglyphs, the Valley of Fire can be as interesting as the Vegas Strip. A visitor center offers explanations and interpretive displays of what life was like in the Nevada desert long before the first tourist ever yelled, “Jackpot!”
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Just six miles from Lake Mead and 55 miles NE of Las Vegas, the Valley of Fire is Nevada’s oldest and biggest state park. As with any “go to” natural destination, your visit can be more enjoyable by having a fundamental understanding of the location’s history and highlights. Here are a handful of facts you probably didn’t know about the park:
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You’ve got questions, we’ve got answers! Here we’ve updated and expanded on our Frequently Asked Questions to help you have your best experience when traveling to the Grand Canyon.
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