Las Vegas Traveling Europe Without Leaving the United States

Las Vegas – Nevada

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Las Vegas 2022: Traveling Europe Without Leaving the United States. That’s possible?. Sure, of course. You just have to go to Las Vegas, in the Mojave desert in Nevada. Las Vegas is a tourist city famous for its exciting activity 24 hours a day. Never Close. Never sleeps. Open casinos and shows at all times. 

It is a city devoted to entertainment and tourism. Currently, 650,000 people live in Las Vegas (2018) and receive almost 40 million visitors a year.

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Las Vegas 2023

In 1931, with the legalization of the game, Las Vegas begins its rise as a city. In 1941, the very luxurious hotels of the world began to be built, which also incorporated gaming casinos. The first of these was the Flamingo, built under the supervision of gangster Bugsy Siegel.
In the decade of the 60s, the city has another impulse due to the overthrow of Batista in Cuba by the revolutionary Castro. . The American businessmen abandoned their business in Havana and moved to Las Vegas. Frank Sinatra and other artists settled in Las Vegas and offered shows on a continuous basis.

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Hiking on Glacier Viedma – Patagonia Argentina

Hiking on Glacier Viedma      Global Warming The Viedma Glacier is a glacier located in Los Glaciares National Park, in the province of Santa Cruz – Argentina. It is the largest glacier in Argentina. In this post we tell you what you need to know to be able to do the Trekking in the Viedma Glacier, Santa Cruz     The glacier has had retreats although not as important as other glaciers. From the town of El Chaltén you …

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Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Train

The Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Steam Train   A ride on a magical steam tourist train. A ride on a steam train, through amazing mountain landscapes, has even more magic. The Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge train is one of the relics of the United States railroad, a train that runs about 45.2 miles precisely between Duranto and Silverton, in the state of Colorado. The entire route, and even the trains themselves, have been declared a Historic Monument of …

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Yogi Bear and Yellowstone History

Yogi Bear and Yellowstone National Park History This is a post related to the character Yogi Bear and his friend Boo-Boo. Looking for information we found a post from the National Park Service that we thought was unbeatable. So we transcribe it as is. Yogi Bear and Yellowstone History – Yogui Bear Sign – DATE CREATED: 01/01/1961 – Original File : NPS Hey Boo-Boo: Yogi Bear and Yellowstone Yogi Bear, the iconic Hanna-Barbera character has always been associated with Yellowstone. …

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