Simplifying Las Vegas grew out of a number of eventful trips to Las Vegas and reflects 20 years worth of experience in making the most of my visits with limited funds. Over the years I've supplemented my first-hand knowledge with extensive research in books, periodicals, websites, and personal interviews. I continue to visit Vegas often! Please visit my website (http://www.simplifyinglasvegas.com) for free information, my blog, and your chance to win prizes every month.
Simplifying Las Vegasby Michael Attisano
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Imagine that you're a regular person on a limited budget who wants to take a trip to Las Vegas. The way things are now, in order to effectively plan and enjoy the trip without losing your shirt (and/or your loving family), you will have to refer to approximately 3700 guidebooks to get a reasonable consensus on which hotels, casinos, restaurants, shows, travel agencies and street hustlers offer the best deals. By the time you complete all of your research, you decide that a) it is just too daunting, b) it is not worth the headache, or c) perhaps you should skip the idea and just visit the in-laws instead. It doesn't have to be that way. Simplifying Las Vegas brings it all together in one easy-to-read, entertaining, commercial-free travel guide for regular people: from couples to families to college buddies to tired moms needing a girl's night out. In other words, this guide is for anyone who wants to plan and enjoy a trip to Las Vegas with as little hassle and expense as possible. The 2010 version has money-saving tips, new resorts (including CityCenter), and much more... all right at your fingertips on Nook. Go to Vegas. It's that simple.™
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Simplifying Las Vegas is an easy and entertaining read and will be useful for relatively inexperienced Vegas travelers. It has a few tidbits that will be interesting for veterans, but it's definitely geared towards people who haven't been to Vegas a lot. The writing is solid and there is some humor, and you can tell the author has a deep love for Vegas.