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On a recent trip to Long Island, New York, we stopped at Pinelawn cemetery. The cemetery is very large and offers many serene gardens and many monuments to visit.   Enjoy !

Ribbon of Red in a rock formation at Red Rock Canyon, Summerlin, Nevada 2007   Las Vegas is so much more than the neon of the Strip or Fremont street. I will admit it took until my third trip to realize this. Red Rock Canyon Conservation Area is located a short drive from the Las Vegas Strip in Summerlin, Nevada. It’s more or less Red Rock Casino’s neighbor ! The park offers many, many photo ops as well as hiking, rock climbing, bird watching, biking and so much more.

Valley of Fire State Park in Overton, Nevada is an amazing park to visit. From the wide space of desert to the tight canyons and cliffs of red sandstone, you’ll be sure to fill your camera’s memory card quickly. A boulder seems to be hanging on, putting up a fight against gravity. It will lose. Valley of Fire State Park Just a short drive north on I-15 from the Vegas Strip, you should put Valley of Fire State Park on your list of to-do’s when visiting Las Vegas. It offers amazing rock formations, scenic vistas, hiking, […]

How to tip in Las Vegas is one of the most asked questions I get via email. Also, from my own observations, is one of the least known things! When you arrive at your favorite hotel, you should look for the Vegas2Go handbook for visitors. It’s packed full of great info on the city as well as coupons and events for the next few weeks when your there! The following list will help you with tipping in Vegas. Some information is from Vegas2GO. Waitstaff – 15-20% of bill pre-tax, buffets – $1-$2 per person. Valet – $3-$5 […]

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