Head to one of Laughlin’s favorite resorts, The Riverside.
Day 1 – Travel north to Laughlin, Nevada and the Riverside Resort and Casino, arriving by mid afternoon, and check in.
• All rooms offer either a king or two queen-sized beds.
• Rooms have all new bedding, amenities, in-room coffee makers, hair dryers.
• Each room comes with cable television
• Unless you request otherwise, your room is non-smoking
• Wireless Internet access is available in all rooms for a fee
• Enjoy a refreshing dip in the pool & spa next to the 28-story South Tower. Located on the first floor across from the Sidewalk Cafe. The South Tower pool opens each day at 10:00 AM. The North Tower pool is closed during the winter season.
Laughlin’s original casino offers plenty of amenities — movie theater, a 34-lane bowling alley, auto museum, and a vintage slot machine collection. Indulge in a massage or spa treatment.
Take a river cruise on the USS Riverside. Bring your golf clubs and play 18 at a nearby course. Shop the outlet mall.
Stroll along the riverside walkway that starts just outside of the casino’s back doors. Laughlin’s nine casinos offer plenty of variety in gaming, dining and entertainment.
Day 2 -Today is unscheduled. Take advantage of all Laughlin has to offer.
Take an optional, no additional charge, side trip to Oatman. The driver will inform you where to meet. Oatman is a fun place to visit — an authentic old western town with burros roaming the streets. The burros are descendants of burros brought here by the miners in the late 1800’s; when the miners no longer needed them, they were turned loose. Each morning they come into town looking for food. They wander the streets and greet the tourists. Burro pellets and carrots are for sale at many of the shops — the burros will eat all day if you feed them. Shortly before sunset they wander back to the hills for the night. The Oatman Hotel, built in 1902, is the oldest two-story adobe structure in Mojave County and has housed many miners, movie stars, politicians and other scoundrels. The town was used as the location for several movies such as How The West Was Won, Foxfire and Edge of Eternity. Clark Gable and Carol Lombard honeymooned at the Oatman Hotel in 1939. Their honeymoon suite is still one of the major attractions at the Oatman Hotel. Gable returned there often to play poker with the local miners and enjoy the solitude of the desert. Need a minimum of 15 passengers for the motorcoach to go.
Day 3 – The motorcoach departs at 1PM (NV time).
This is a leisurely activity level tour. Limited walking at your own pace. Few stairs are involved. Hotel is elevator equipped.
7:30 AM depart Yuma
8:00 AM depart Foothills Anticipated return time final day 6:00 – 7:00 PM
$122 pp/do… Tour includes deluxe motorcoach transportation with professional driver, 2-nights accommodations at the Riverside Resort & Casino, one breakfasts and one choice buffet and fun strip per person. $152 single
March 7 – 9
Wednesday – Friday
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