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It was excellent, the tour guide explain all the history in a fun way, you can visit the old part of Las Vegas. It is very interesting and you can know everything about Las Vegas
Great value paid for itself and then some. Bought the three day pass and we were pushing to get everything that you offered in.
We enjoyed Las Vegas very much once again. I kept my family busy with the variety of things to do since we are not gamblers. I would map out what you want to do and see, allow for down time and have fun.
I would plan Hoover Dam as the all day tour because you will be tired when you return, especially if it is hot weather.
The Power Pass really did come in handy for admission to various locations around Las Vegas. My family and I were able to the top of the Stratosphere, the Eiffel Tower at the Paris, Madame Tussauds, and even did miniature golfing. It saved us quite of bit of money. It is definitely worth getting.
I liked that I had a plan which was dictated by the inclusions in the pass. I loved the Caesars Palace Forum Shops- Planet Hollywood restaurant, and other places in the Strip, which was enough for us to visit during three days pass. We had a wonderful time!
We really had a great time. The Secret Garden was really nice and the dolphins and cats were so close it was amazing. The Stratosphere was scary and exciting being all the way up there.
Really useful it made me visit sites I would not have tried otherwise.
We had a great time. We did so many things that we had never done in Las Vegas. We must have done well over $600 worth iof stuff between the 3 of us and it barely cost us $300 for the pass. If you are going to Vegas as a family this is for you.
You can get the same or cheaper tickets if bought individually but it did save us the time to look for the deals. If you want lots to do and are happy to pay the extra money to just look at the map and go, this is for you. If you want to save money, use the individual coupons from your hotel.
I found this the day before we were going to leave for our trip. I had been surfing the websites looking for free things to do in Vegas due to not having a lot of money to spend on shows and tourist attractions. In the price of this ticket we recieved the best value we could have asked for. We went to Hoover Dam on a nice luxury bus and saw the Beatles show and that gave us our money back. After that we spent 3 days full of museums and attractions for free. The Eiffel Tower is a must see, the fountains are incredible and the Roller Coaster is a screamer. The only thing that we really didnt care for was the Erotic Heritage Museum. It was old and didnt have much. Otherwise this was one of the best trips I have ever taken. Thanks
I loved the idea of the Las Vegas Power Pass, The whole idea of having so many things to do, being prepaid realy works for me. I took in the tower at the Stratusphere, the view was simply breathtaking from the observation deck. The Secret garden with the tigers and dolphins was a great way to spend part of the afternoon. Madam Tuseau's wax museum was very impressive to see. The view from the top of the Eiffle Tower overlooking the strip, was well worth the look. The Beatles Tribute show at Planet Hollywood, was alot of fun for the whole audiance. I would recomend this as a great way to save some money while in Las Vegas. A great value for the money.
A couple of things were no longer available on the pass, like the Fremont St zip-wire, however by the fourth day we'd already made our £ back and more importantly it gave us focus on things to do and kept us busy the whole time. We probably wouldn't have seen half as much of Vegas had we not bought the passes.
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