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Quick Tour At Planet Hollywood, Las Vegas

PLANET HOLLYWOOD....

Lots of energy left even after the trip to Hoover Dam.  On the way back, my BIL dropped us at the Planet Hollywood... Two reasons... I wanted Aaron to experience the spectacular mall here and secondly, we wanted to check out the tickets for a concert.  All done in a couple of hours and after that, we took a shuttle bus from Mirage back to our hotel.  We really lost a lot of calories from the burgers by walking a long way back to where we stayed.





Everything was done within a couple of hours.... 
Reached our hotel around 5pm...
Rested for awhile and out again to go watch live performance...
at the Excalibur Hotel at 7pm!

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  1. I just realised I had never visited any Planet Hollywood in US. It must be bigger than all those outside USA. It is always a very fun place.

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  2. I am curious about your long walk - you walk from where to your hotel? I thought you all took a shuttle bus back to your hotel.

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    1. The shuttle bus only drops at two destinations, Tropicana and Mirage.. so from there, we have to walk from hotel to hotel or on the streets for sight seeing...

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  3. They still have that there? Most elsewhere have closed down, I think, like the one in KL, for instance. I think the one in London too. Hard Rock is still rocking!

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  4. wow, everything is so big! Is Planet Hollywood a restaurant? If so, was the food good?

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