City Center Motel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Corte Vecchia San Prospero
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... because it housed two train carriages, one belonging to Buffalo Bill. This carriages was inside the hotel set amongst a beautiful wooden panelled room. We all sat in the carriage for a while enjoying the air con before walking through the casino. A friendly security officer told us that although the property was only built in the 80’s many of the decorations and furniture were antiques. For example, the ...
... club of Las Vegas. We (I) managed to more than double our money on the roulette table - with $72 I wasn't exactly taking down the house but I felt like a little Lady Luck. A whirlwind coupe of days was all we could afford on this trip, even that was a stretch. It's no surprise that this place is not for backpackers pockets but just walking the strip is good free entertainment. I'd love to come back one day with lots of money to play with. Preferably someone ...
... br> Hala then took us to see the wine angels at the Mandalay hotel. In her memory they were dressed in white and flew up on cables into the 4 storey high wine cellar to collect any orders.
However on arrival the restaurant was nearly deserted and we almost gave up but then just as we were leaving we saw a lady in a tight black outfit being cabled up into the cellar for a bottle. Not quite as Hala ...
... fog and decided to make for a nearby bar lest I become entrapped by ghostly pirates who travelled with the mist. It appeared that there were two beaches on either side of the road and a large theme park stood at the edge of the second one. We crossed over and joined the hordes of tourists who walked the paths at the beaches edge. Again it was similar to Santa Monica, with a sidewalk filled with shops, holiday homes and restaurants. The beach itself may have been splendid but ...