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This is a blog that hopes to help with the confusion of bus riding in Vegas. Comments are encouraged. Spam is not encouraged. Comments that include websites will not be published. Allow time for moderation of all comments.



Monday, November 8, 2010

This blog is dedicated to bus issues.  For full Vegas trip reports see:
http://vegasbirthdaybash.blogspot.com/

navigational note:   I know this blog format is hard to navigate because it must be organized by date rather than topic.  Ignore posting dates like the one in orange above;  they are not accurate but used only for organization
THE EASIEST WAY TO NAVIGATE ALL THREADS IS TO CLICK THE BLACK ARROWS IN THE ACHIVES ON  THE RIGHT AND SKIM THROUGH THE POSTS BY TITLE.  THEY ARE ARTIFICIALLY GROUPED BY MONTH AND YEAR, BUT THAT MEANS NOTHING.   
Information on particular routes is collected in February 2010 posts.  Each post is titled by the bus route.  So if you want to know what I know about the 201, go to the Archives for February 2010 and find the post with that route in the title.  Otherwise skim reading is the way to read.

Hi and welcome: 
I am overjoyed to collect your bus stories, especially now that the routes have changed:
Where did you catch the bus?  Where did you get dropped? Why did you go?  What interesting destinations might some other bus rider learn about from you? What shopping did you access?  What restaurants?  What did you think of your experience?  Do you have an itinerary with many possibilities on a route you have ridden?  Where did you feel safe?  Where unsafe?  
Important:  If you send me your story, please add written clear permission to cut and paste it into this blog if you agree to offer that permission. I will also edit for grammar and spelling if you request it.

2 comments:

  1. We are staying at the MGM Grand and wondering what bus route we might take to go to Ellis Island.

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  2. Ellis is an easy walk from the strip at Flamingo so I'd just hop on the Deuce and get off at Paris or Bill's and then walk behind Bally's on Koval.

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