Las Vegas, Nevada
I went in as a blue-state 40+ minority female Democrat liberal gun-control princess, thinking I could just cross this off my bucket list and that was it. But WOW! I had a real blast! I can't wait to do it again!
Quick tip - go in the morning. I only had one group in front of me, so I got in right away. My instructor Mike (a former Marine, so I knew he knew his stuff... really patient... oh and did I mention mature and good lookin' too?) took his time with this newbie, showing me how to hold each weapon, how to aim, how to fire, everything you need to know.
I shot a Glock, an AK-47, and an MP5 that the SEALs use -- Mike said I was pretty good for somebody who had never shot a gun before. Whee! Very empowering for this blue-state diva...
This was the highlight of my vacation! Next time you are in Las Vegas, you have to go here!
Las Vegas, Nevada
It's a good idea except that there are fewer meal opportunities than advertised. GameWorks is closed. Planet Hollywood Restaurant (at Forum Shops at Caesar's Palace, NOT at Planet Hollywood Resort) no longer serves breakfast. Fresh Grill and Bar (formerly Tacone Flavor Grill) serves the same food for breakfast as it does for lunch.
If you are close to the Miracle Mile Shops/Planet Hollywood/Elara (as I was), this may work for you, because most of the restaurants are near there.
The best option for me was Pampas Brazilian Grill. They serve breakfast, lunch , and dinner, and the food is well worth the price of the ticket.
I would purchase the meal ticket again only if there were more participating restaurants.
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