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Viva Las Vegas


April 8 - 16, 2011
October 21 - 29, 2011
9-Days From $1,695




One of the most frequent requests we receive is for a great train holiday to Las Vegas, a city we know well. Accordingly, we have put together a Train Holiday to Las Vegas that is remarkable, even for us. It features a three-night stay at the superb PARIS Las Vegas Hotel, extraordinary dining including Lawry's, for the best prime rib on earth and great amounts of free time, for you to golf, swim, play tennis or even enjoy games of chance. We have left most evenings free, for you to take in any of the spectacular shows Las Vegas is justly known for. The PARIS is just a few minutes walk from Bellagio, the Venetian, and all of the other strips hotels, a choice location.

But, what makes this vacation brilliant is the train component. Our guests travel from the Midwest on the famed 'California Zephyr' with its magnificent daylight passage through the heart of the Rockies over the renowned 'Main Line through the Rockies' of the Denver & Rio Grande Western Railroad. Happily, this is simply the first page in a trio of western highlights and the following day, incredible Zion National Park is our destination, with its red and white sandstone cliffs, a visual tour de force seldom equaled anywhere in the world. After three nights in Las Vegas; we travel south to historic Flagstaff, visiting massive Hoover Dam en route before the final scenic highlight of our holiday, passage from Flagstaff to Chicago aboard the Southwest Chief train. Following the old Santa Fe Trail (and Route 66!), we skim across the mesas and Canyonlands of the great Southwest climbing Raton Pass and crossing the Continental Divide over the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad. In fact, a Navajo guide is aboard the train for part of the eastbound passage to narrate and explain the Navajo culture. The next morning finds us crossing the Mississippi River with a fast short ride to Chicago. Both of our train journeys are just one night and offer great comfort with full dining car service and Sightseer Lounge cars with huge windows, perfect for taking in all Of the West.

With fine hotels, superb dining, plenty of time in Las Vegas and the sheer majesty of the Colorado Rockies and Zion National Park, combined with swift and comfortable train travel, this program lacks only one key component, you. We invite you to join us. All Abroad!

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