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The Honolulu Zoo

  Written by Joe Buda When people visit Hawaii, they think of the Sun, the sand and the surf.  But there is much more to Hawaii than that. 

Tropicana Las Vegas Named One of the City’s Top 10 Hotels According to Travelscream.com

Article by PRNewswire Travelscream.com recently named Tropicana Las Vegas one of its Top 10 Las Vegas Hotels for 2010. Travelscream analyzed multiple criteria, including popularity in the Travelscream travel deals network, the most current consumer reviews, recent transformations, location, level of services and amenities, cost versus luxury ratings, and editors’ personal observations. “Tropicana Las Vegas is […]

Christmas Winter Wonderland Get Away

Cache Valley Utah is hidden just an hour north of Salt Lake City and is be definition a true Winter Wonderland! Cache Valley offers so much to visitors from ice skating, skiing at Beaver Mountain just 30 minutes up Logan Canyon, Bear Lake, just 45 minutes up Logan Canyon offers cabins for rent, a beautiful […]

Foodies Review Hawaii Edition: Crepe House

Written by Bud Grant As part of our coverage of the UNLV football game in Honolulu Hawaii, we at The Las Vegas Informer have reviewed different aspects of the Hawaii travel experience.  This article is our Hawaii Foodies review on Crepe House. Crepe House, located across the street from Waikiki Beach in Honolulu, Hawaii, provides […]

Travel Review: Aston Waikiki Beach Hotel

Aston Waikiki (Center) By Bud Grant As part of our coverage of the UNLV football game in Honolulu Hawaii, we at The Las Vegas Informer have reviewed different aspects of the Hawaii travel experience.  This article focuses on our hotel of choice: the Aston Waikiki Beach Hotel. The Aston Waikiki Beach Hotel is located across […]

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The Carnival Splendor: One Passenger’s Experience on a Ship without Power

Written by Joe Buda Photos provided by Sharon Ruesch On Sunday, November 7, 2010, it began: a cruise to the Mexican Riviera on the Carnival Splendor, a Concordia-class Carnival cruise ship that started service in 2008.  The Splendor is designed to hold 3,006 passengers and 1,150 crew members. On November 8, the news was reporting […]

Dating in Las Vegas

Dating in Las Vegas can be tricky business, especially with so many out-of-towners constantly looking for a good time. If you’re single and live in Las Vegas there are still many ways to meet quality singles… and some not so quality singles. I’ve been on the dating scene for nearly a year and have had […]


LAS VEGAS – Las Vegas continued its reign as the No. 1 trade show destination in North America, hosting the most “Tradeshow Week 200” largest shows for the sixteenth consecutive year in 2009. “Billions of dollars have been invested in the facilities, amenities, and service to make Las Vegas the premier convention destination and that […]


Tempting pool oases, five-star restaurants, the hottest headliners around, and luxury accommodations – Las Vegas is the place to be this Fourth of July holiday Video and still photographs of events in Las Vegas can be found at http://br.thenewsmarket.com/lvcva. For even more reasons to get to Vegas for the July 4th holiday, go to www.VisitLasVegas.com.

The Ultimate Vacation Spot For Las Vegans – Las Vegas

Las Vegas, NV – The world comes to Las Vegas to play, and we leave.  The Las Vegas budget for 2011 concedes a shortfall of $80 million.   The question lies why are Las Vegans shelling out vacation dollars in other states? With world-class amenities, renowned golf courses, rugged surrounding landscapes, thrill rides and fine dining […]

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