Book Flights, Hotels & More on CaseyNolan.Com

Like an angel from heaven my friend Antonio came to me with an amazing opportunity to become an independent travel agent.  I’ll be up front, because of my love for vacations and blogging he had my ear as soon as he said travel.  After hearing him out and going over the process I signed up and launched my own travel portal where you, your friends, and family can now book flights, hotels, rental cars, cruises and vacation packages.  That’s right!  You can now book travel on caseynolan.com & booking is simple.  Click on the Book Travel button on the menu bar above or click here to start planning your next trip.   Also, please leverage the information and blog posts on my site to get ideas, and you’re always welcome to reach out to me by email to ask any questions.  Happy travels!

 

 

Terrace after hours Las Vegas @ Larry Flynt’s Hustler Club

If you want to dance the night away into the wee hours of the morning with an awesome view of Las Vegas and women walking around in lingerie then this is the spot to go to.  I’ve been here several times, but my friend Jaime Narvaez happened to be spinning records on Sunday over Labor day weekend and boy did he not disappoint.  My happy feet were moving and the eye candy was on point.  I had so much fun and will be going back for more.  You can find Terrace on the top level of Larry Flynt’s Huster club at 6007 Dean Martin Dr, Las Vegas, NV 89118.  Also, the entrance is on the south side of the building and not through the main entrance of the Hustler Club.

 

The Golden Steer Las Vegas

The Golden Steer has been a staple of Las Vegas for many decades, yet I have eluded this timeless masterpiece without much intrigue.  If it wasn’t for a recent post by my friend who had alas entered this marvelous steakhouse and wrote about it, I perhaps would be without a review of my own.   The Golden Steer on Sahara about a block down from the corner of Sahara and Las Vegas Blvd is home to Las Vegas’s biggest baked potato, an assortment of steaks, seafood, salads, and pasta.  It is a throw back to the days when waiters wore bow ties and the dark ambiance will have you feeling like you’re dining in the 1960’s.  I took my father here for his 76th birthday, and although the Steer had an hour wait, we entertained ourselves with video poker and complimentary drinks at the bar.  For dinner we had the porterhouse, and the filet mignon and lobster tail combination that came with a salad, and side choice being the gargantuan sized baked potato.   You can find the Golden Steer at 308 W Sahara Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89102.

Summer 2018

I’ve been quite active this summer having traveled to Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, and a few small towns in between.  It’s been great catching up with friends and building on memories.  I’ve been driving Lyft on the side to make extra money for my travel expenses and it’s been amazing meeting so many people from all over the world.  I have truly found a part time business where I can make my own hours and cash in on my rides whenever I want.  Las Vegas has been really good to me and I’m really happy here.   Anyway, I have been slacking on my blog and have so much to share.  I decided it was time to create a consolidated post and highlight some of my best pictures of food, golf, and travel over this amazing summer.  I’ll get into details later…Enjoy.

 

Electric Daisy Carnival Las Vegas, NV 2018

The last time I went to Electric Daisy Carnival was in Los Angeles, Ca.  The event was held there for years before moving to Las Vegas due to a young lady’s death at the event.  Over the years tickets have become rather expensive and I have had to work during the festival so I had not made it out to the Las Vegas motor speedway to experience the lights, rides, music and people, but this year 2018 I had my chance.  I signed up for a job to help clean up the event and I was given a weekend all access pass.  I had a great time and I’m glad I got the opportunity.  Check out my photos and videos below.

 

 

Mystere at Treasure Island

Cirque du Soleil’s Mystere at Treasure Island is a long standing show on the Las Vegas Strip.  The European style circus is one to marvel at.  Packed with music, acrobatic performances, body contortionist, court jesters, and amazing athletes this show will keep most anyone entertained.  Most tickets can be purchased for under $100 and can be booked online or by calling Treasure Island.  Kids are welcome to attend, but will also need to have a ticket.  Overall, I would highly suggest this show as a nice break away from the casino floors, night clubs, and buffet lines.   You can find Mystere at  3300 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109.