Even More Vegas Movies In Real Life

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Don't roll the credits on our "Vegas Movies In Real Life" series yet, we've got more flicks up our sleeves! Hopefully you've already explored "Bat Country" like in Fear & Loathing from our first edition and spruced up your blackjack skills to be a high-roller like 21 from our last movie article.

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Budget Travel: 36 Hours in Las Vegas

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Vegas is a great town. You can do so many things in this city to stay entertained with everything from dining to skydiving, clubbing and more. But, if you’re like me and money for a vacation doesn’t come around often, then how do you do Vegas on a budget?

Not to worry, living in Vegas and doing so on a budget has helped me find the ultimate in cheap entertainment and fun.

FRIDAY

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Why We Love Gilley’s at Treasure Island Hotel & Casino Las Vegas

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No matter where you’re from, when you come to Vegas you can be anything or anyone you want, it’s part of the city’s charm. But if you’re looking to get a little bit country-western wild while you’re in town then there’s no better spot to get down and dirty than Gilley’s Saloon and Dance Hall at Treasure Island Hotel & Casino. Start your evening with some delicious home cooked-styled goodness at Gilley’s restaurant. Indulge in the Maple Chipotle Pork Chops, Sweet Tea Rub Ribeye Steak or the Southern Fried Chicken.

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Travel Through A Lens: Sirens of TI at Treasure Island Las Vegas

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With Las Vegas viewed as the Entertainment Capital of the World, there is always a show to see whether you are in a beautiful showroom at one of the fabulous resorts or just walking The Strip.  Thanks to the fine team at Treasure Island Las Vegas, they have been providing free nightly entertainment at Sirens’ Cove since opening in 1993.

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Mr. Showbiz: Mystere at Treasure Island Las Vegas

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Known throughout Las Vegas as the classic Cirque du Soleil show, Mystere has been running at Treasure Island for eighteen years, never ceasing to drop jaws. Visitors might better recognize the show as the one Paul Rudd and Seth Rogan ‘shroomed out to in “Knocked Up,” either way it has become synonymous with Las Vegas entertainment. The quality of Mystere is the standard to which all other Strip shows have been compared to since its inception in 1993.

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Nightlife Junkie: Gilley's Saloon at Treasure Island Las Vegas

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Bringing southern hospitality to the heart of Sin City, Gilley’s Saloon at Treasure Island Las Vegas is what’s known in some circles as the other kind of country club. You know, the kind that favors honky tonk and bbq to golf clubs and repression. At its new home within Treasure Island, in the coveted spot overlooking Siren’s Cove, Gilley’s has already made its mark on the Las Vegas nightlife scene as its own brand of drinkery.

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The Insider: Thanksgiving in Las Vegas with Farmageddon at Treasure Island

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Gobble, gobble, gobble.  Not spending Thanksgiving at home and love football?  Come to Vegas and take part in what is a really great option to get friends and family together in a central location during Thanksgiving weekend as part of Viva Las Farmageddon.  Courtesy of our friends at Treasure Island, the Strip resort invites you to be a part of a four-day, three-night college football package centered around the University of Iowa Hawkeyes and the University of Nebraska Cornhuskers f

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