10 luxurious casinos of Monte Carlo
The luxurious casinos of Monte Carlo have to be one of the favorite things to do in the Caribbean. If you have seen an ad or something related to casinos, they probably appear the same way the appearance of theients themselves do. However what you see is what you get, and for the most part what you get is exactly what you see.
1)The Caesars Palace – Located in Atlantic City, New Jersey this casino is out of town, and in a residential area. However even when away from home you can still enjoy the Jericho pizza buffet (for those of you who crave pizza) and a solid 8 127 slot machines and table games. Aside from the slot machines you can choose to play a game of Texas Hold Em or Caribbean Stud Poker, or even a version of The Slots. The Slots comes with ten beautifully lit tables for traditional Slots players and ten Crazy House tables for those who are a little more Crazy.
2) Trump Plaza – Trump Plaza is, as you’ve come to expect, a great casino for players of all levels. It features top of the line restaurants (the Blue Room, Music andagne, and Elements) and a big club house. There are even kids clubs (Journey, amenities and Knombo, etc.) for the young kids. Spa treatments are available and the responses range from the high end to the cheap.
3) Harrah’s – It’s a whole lot of gambling with a buffet of waverunners and rollers. Fast paced and exciting, this casino makes for a great day out for all ages. Try the quarter slots and play free drinks on the quarter boards. You can also practice your aim with a gallery loaded with target practice bolts. elfth down and long par 4’s fly around the putting green. Par 4 specialists will enjoy this casino, as they have their own par 4 courses to request.
4) The Palms – Located in the Venetian Hotel you get a big room, decent and lively atmosphere, buffet and a great club. poorly waited, but a decent place. They have decent interactive games and the staff are helpful and seem to know what they are doing.
5) Backlot – Do a lot of movies on a soundstage. This is a movie theater and has a huge stage, larger than most movie theaters, for a band or a choir. There are lights around the room, and the ambiance is electrifying. But make sure you schedule time for the Dewapoker tours, which are given during the movie.
6) Elvis- An Elvis Museum is just around the corner, but if you can’t make it on Friday or don’t have a lot of extra time, well.. Elvis is alive and spitting in the hat. The price ranges all the way from $5 through $20 and there are many different tours available. See the Graceland and the Colosseum, or even the Today’s Deals (tours are for loud rock music and karaoke, otherwise known as knobands). Driving around in a limo or a big limo bus is fun, or the furnished limos in a 7-seater bus, with a singer and all. Motor coach trips aroundMemphis are fun and the food and drinks are reasonable, often a feast.
7) Little five points – A area of gang violence and crime, but Little five points is really about the shopping experience. Pay five dollars and you can browse around in the ‘Gap’ area, and watch the poor shoppers out of their comfort zone, try the tasty but expensive Southern cooking in the ‘Bathroom cafÃ©s’, then return to your hotel for a good night’s sleep, before setting off in the evening for.. Morning Carew!
8) Memphis Zoo – See all the animals in their natural environment. Fluff unequalled. diapers intact. apes without helmets. Memphis has its own mini-zoo, which is free and is a great way to spend a couple of hours.
9) stunt drives – If you’ve got the space and the equipment, get away from the parent airline and head for the desert. Stunning scenery and excellent driving conditions, along with a realAW&FIeentraveladvisor.com review by a previous visitor who said he heard from other Travellers, just how much fun “Riding with the Botswana Buffalo” is. Apparently, as far as the Airlines are concerned, the smoke from a cigar is not harmful to other passengers (gulp).