Pauline Frommer's Las Vegas

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Wiley, Apr 8, 2009 - Travel - 352 pages
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Unique to the marketplace--no other guide to Las Vegas covers the budget angle.

An outside-the-box approach to accommodations, with insider advice on how to save on hotels and on alternative options such as home and condo rentals.

Pull back the curtain on Vegas and see how the magic is made: Meet a showgirl and tour the sets of one of the costliest productions in town Visit a dealer training school and learn all the tricks Be a dolphin trainer for a day And more

Reviews of every long-running show in town, so you know which to hit and which to skip, plus valuable information on how to get discounts (or freebies!) on entertainment, meals, drinks and more.

A complete chapter on planning the high-glamour, low-cost Vegas wedding of your dreams. Plus romantic places to propose or renew your vows.

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One Stop Planning Vacation Guide

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Thank you Pauline for allowing us the luxury of a one stop planning guide for our first trip to Las Vegas. You took all the guesswork out of a very scary process. There are so many hotels/resorts ... Read full review

About the author (2009)

Pauline Frommer started traveling before she could speak, seeing the world at a young age with her guidebook writing parents Arthur Frommer and Hope Arthur. She went into the "family biz" over a decade ago, serving first as the editor of Frommers.com and then the travel section of MSNBC.com. Her articles have appeared in numerous publications including "Budget Travel," the "Dallas Morning News," "Marie Claire" and the upcoming book "The Experts Guide to Babies," In 1999, she was awarded a Lowell Thomas Medal from the Society of American Travel Writers for her magazine work. She currently appears every Wednesday night on CNN's Headline News to discuss the latest travel trends. Pauline is married to physical therapist Mahlon Stewart and the mother of two very well-traveled daughters, Beatrix (age 3) and Veronica (age 7).

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