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VT is my Vegas bible, however...

Last edit: radicaldreamer on Saturday, 13th March 2010 9:48 am
Last response by radicaldreamer 13th March 5:06pm

I don't always travel to Vegas.

In fact I'm headed to San Diego in 69 days and I need some of the invaluable advice that VT gave me on my first 2 trips to Vegas last year.

You guys need a SanDiegoTripping spin-off. You have WinoTripping for crying out loud. Just a thought. I'm not sure what the gambling scene is in Cali (if any at all) but I know they have the beach and hot bodies. Really, what else do you need?

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 missmonkay replied on Saturday, 13th March 2010

I'm guessing what he is asking for is a round up non-gaming related activities in SD - which, I am not sure will be on our agenda this year.

Sorry, radicaldreamer, maybe one day your dream will become a reality!

Mrs Mo

 MinVegas responded on Saturday, 13th March 2010

There's always WikiTravel for non-gambling stuff.

But if Chuck ever decides to expand, I can totally write enough to create a WaltTripping.

 atdleft responded on Saturday, 13th March 2010

Well, vespajet already provided you the casino list. If you'd like more, here are some more casino sites:

http://legacy.signonsandiego.com/casinos/index.html

http://americancasinoguide.com/san-diego-area-casinos.shtml

http://www.sdnn.com/san-diego-area-casino-guide

And here are some general travel sites for SD:

http://www.fodors.com/world/north-america/usa/california/san-diego/

http://www.lonelyplanet.com/usa/san-diego

http://travel.nytimes.com/travel/guides/north-america/united-states/california/san-diego/overview.html

 radicaldreamer responded on Saturday, 13th March 2010

Mrs Mo is correct. I feel that you all do such an incredible job with your work on VT. If it were translated into something called SoCalTripping and focused on hotels and to do lists (sans gambling) it would help people like myself. Its like having that really awesome concierge at your hotel and wanting to take them home to help you with everyday things.

I'll check out the links you've provided me and I appreciate the help as always. When I'm heading back out to Vegas I will seek your sage wisdom.