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impression of this city will be WOW!

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As the runway looms closer you will be running parallel with the famous Las Vegas Strip you will quickly pass the Eiff el Tower, Arc de Triumphe, jet Black Egyptian pyramid and a Helter-skelter winding round and through New York New York hotel! and thats just for starters.

T is world renowned city meets all the expectations of the millions of visitors that pour in every year to experience the unique extravagance of the architects that have not held back when it comes to letting their imagination runaway.

T e fi rst thing that strikes you is how vibrant the place is. T e hotels, cafes, bars shows or the ever growing number of side attractions, all bustling with visitors trying to absorb as much as they can.

T en of course there are the casinos. Generally these take up the vast majority of each and every hotel’s ground fl oor and are massive.

No matter what your preference, you cannot leave Las Vegas without having a fl utter whether on the slot machines, roulette or if you are really adventurous poker. And believe it or not they are very happy when you win and are always on hand to give you advice on how to play the games.

For the UK golfer, Las Vegas is probably the best place you can ever visit. Las Vegas is the hidden gem of golf with over 64 courses available to choose from.

Prices vary depending on where you play but there are some real bargains to be had from as little as $40 per round.

Having experienced some of the best that Vegas has to off er, we would recommend that you set your budget to include a mix of clubs around the area fi nishing off with one of the big names to fi nish your trip off like Bali Hai or T e Royal Links.

T ese two courses alone will have you talking for

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Wolf Creek Golf Club

Par:72 Length (yards): 7,018 yd (6417m) Number of holes: 18 Designer: Dennis Ryder Year Built:2000

www.golfwolfcreek.com

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f you happen to be sitting in a window seat on your approach to Las Vegas International airport, your fi rst

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