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Floral Display at The Palazzo Las Vegas

Floral Display at The Palazzo Las Vegas

The Waterfall Atrium at The Palazzo® Las Vegas is showcasing an incredible art installation inspired by Venice’s Carnivale di Venezia. For the first time, the seasonal display “transforms” throughout the summer, with three distinct color palettes created by a changing selection of fresh flowers.   Now into its second “look,” the display has taken on a “hot summer […]

Atlantis Casino Resort and Spa- Shockingly Good

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Atlantis Casino Resort and Spa- Shockingly Good

by Jake Conlee Upon learning that I was checking out of a certain Downtown Reno boutique hotel (that I loved staying in,) and announcing I was to be checking into Atlantis Casino, my friends stated “Atlantis? Good Luck.” The sarcasm was palatable. Little would they know, the Atlantis is shockingly good. Just beyond the urban […]

EATS Kitchen & Bar- Flavor is the Name of the Game

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EATS Kitchen & Bar- Flavor is the Name of the Game

by Jake Conlee I have nothing but positives to report. I am not a fussy eater, and had been made aware of EATS Kitchen & Bar before staying at Hotel Irvine. Declining a dinner menu, we instead opted for the chef to visit with us and have a quick chat about dinner selections. Executive Chef Jason came out to greet us […]

Hotel Irvine- For the Modern and Connected Traveler

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Hotel Irvine- For the Modern and Connected Traveler

by Jake Conlee I can appreciate the different and interesting when it comes to travel. I can appreciate tradition and nostalgia, but I can really recognize when history becomes the future. Hotel Irvine has done just that. Formerly the Hilton and then Hyatt, which I was accustomed to as a youth; my family would have Easter […]

A Perfect Weekend Getaway- Fairmont Newport Beach

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A Perfect Weekend Getaway- Fairmont Newport Beach

by Jake Conlee Typically, there are challenges when checking into a hotel that I have never stayed at before; but not the Fairmont Newport Beach. Checking in was very easy, and the four-diamond experience was very obvious from the second of arrival. There is access from every direction, make sure to use Google maps street view […]

Venice Attracts Thousands of People from all over the World

Venice Attracts Thousands of People from all over the World

Written and photos by Nikki Artale Las Vegas Informer I just returned from a 12 day cruise to Italy and the Greek Islands on the Celebrity Cruise line and I will be sharing the ports of call I visited and I will start with the city of Venice. The cruise was great but I was exhausted […]

Reno and Northern Nevada: Credit Where Credit is Due

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Reno and Northern Nevada: Credit Where Credit is Due

Written and Photography by Jake Conlee Living in Las Vegas, I have become completely spoiled in the notion that our mountainous neighbor to the north always played second fiddle to the nonstop amusement park that is our hometown. Last week, I was given the opportunity to really visit Reno for the first time, courtesy of the […]

The Party Don’t Stop – Reggae Sumfest 2014

The Party Don’t Stop – Reggae Sumfest 2014

By Lisa Collins-Haynes Informer Media Group Photos by Mark Munroe and Odane Brydson Montego Bay, Jamaica – Recapping the weeklong festivities, this year’s 22nd staging of Reggae Sumfest did not disappoint.  The official kick-off event, the Ravin in Rio Beach Party allowed attendees to not only enjoy their favorite DJ’s, but also watch the World Cup […]

Memorial Day Weekend in Las Vegas: It really can’t be beat

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Memorial Day Weekend in Las Vegas: It really can’t be beat

By Liz Tarnof I’m from San Diego, born and raised. During Memorial Day, you can find us San Diegans having backyard barbeques, swimming at the pool or bonfires at the beach. However, this past Memorial Day weekend, I decided to take my San Diegan self to Las Vegas. This would be my first trip to […]

Make a Statement with a Javelin

Make a Statement with a Javelin

By Lisa Collins-Haynes Informer Media Group I travel often and the last thing I normally pack up is my MacBook.  It’s an essential part of my traveling network and without it; I’d be at a major disadvantage.  I used to have a bulky backpack for my laptop.  Functional to some degree, but completely lacked style […]

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