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Barbara Burati
(860) 676-1141
136 Simsbury Rd
Avon, CT
Agency
Burati Travel, Inc.
Membership Associations
American Society of Travel Agents
Website
www.travelsense.org

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Dennis Hubbs
(860) 243-9458
16 Brooke St
Bloomfield, CT
Agency
D & D Travel Services, LLC
Membership Associations
American Society of Travel Agents
Website
www.ddtvl.com

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Jeffrey Sonenstein
(860) 584-0517
225 N Main St
Bristol, CT
Agency
Globe Travel Service
Membership Associations
American Society of Travel Agents
Specialities
Business Travel, Educational, Leisure Travel
Website
www.globetvl.com

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Sanditz Travel
(860) 658-1901
14 Station Street
Simsbury, CT
Services
Annual Travel Benefit

Sanditz Travel
(860) 523-5224
8 North Main Street
West Hartford, CT
Services
Annual Travel Benefit

Norman Novonty
(860) 269-7766
32 E Main St
Avon, CT
Agency
Travel Advisors
Membership Associations
American Society of Travel Agents
Website
www.travelsense.org

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Donna Hubbs
(860) 243-9458
16 Brooke St
Bloomfield, CT
Agency
D & D Travel Services, LLC
Membership Associations
American Society of Travel Agents
Destinations
Canada, Caribbean, Europe-Western, Pacific Islands-Tahiti, Fiji, Bali, etc., U.S. - Alaska, U.S. - Hawaii, U.S. - Northeast, U.S. - Southeast, U.S. - West
Specialities
Amusement / Theme Parks, Art & Culture / Music, Barge / Canal / RiverCruises, Cruising / Cruise Lines, Disney, Family Fun, Family Travel, Honeymoon, Luxury Travel, Motorcoach / Bus, Senior / Mature Adult
Website
www.ddtvl.com

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Sanditz Travel
(860) 482-6584
20 McDermott Avenue
Torrington, CT
Services
Annual Travel Benefit

Sanditz Travel
(860) 582-5668
5 Broad Street
Bristol, CT
Services
Annual Travel Benefit

Sanditz Travel Management
(860) 482-0509
20 McDermott Ave
Torrington, CT
Hours
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Monday thru Friday 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Saturdays (Labor Day thru Memorial Day)

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Clark County Shooting Range, Las Vegas, NV

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December 17, 2010 by Dana T. ·  

Last month, we had the opportunity to visit the Clark County Shooting Range near Las Vegas, NV. It was such a neat experience, that I wanted to share it with others that might be interested in this sort of an outing.

camping area at the range A very family friendly destination, the range is set up with 80 very nice full-hookup sites, and several shooting areas for the different types of shooting offered. The rv sites are located across from the shotgun range, and while they do not offer any shade or grass, the sites are level and neat. In fact the entire complex is immaculately clean. And the staff is both friendly and knowledgeable.

pistol range The shooting range has a separate center/area for pistol and rifle shooting. We shot at this range as we had not brought any shotguns along with us. The cost to shoot is $7/day/person for the rifle range (but kids 17 and under are FREE!), and $8 per 25 birds on the shotgun range. There were actually quite a few kids there with their dads, and the staff was very kid friendly. When you shoot for the first time, you are required to watch a 4 minute safety video which explains all of the range’s safety rules, including the requirement that each person wear ear and eye protection whether they are shooting or not. Ear and eye protection are available for purchase at the range, but ammo is NOT unless you are renting one of their guns, and then you may buy ammo for that gun only. After being assigned a shooting table, you are free to shoot to your heart’s content. There are breaks every 15 minutes, when the shooters are allowed to reset their targets. The entire range is very safety oriented.

In order to camp at the range, you must be shooting at the range, but keep in mink that the shooting ranges are closed on Mondays and Tuesdays for maintenance, so that would be a great time to get out and check out the surrounding area (there is a Walmart and Costco very close). 

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Luxury in Sin City

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November 7, 2010 by Hoby ·  

Las Vegas Motorcoach Resort sign

(Photo Caption: Las Vegas Motorcoach Resort sign)

While a large number of campers have the goal of getting back to nature, for us full-timers there are times when you prefer a bit of luxury. We found that little bit of luxury at the Las Vegas Motorcoach Resort (LVMCR). LVMCR describes itself as “an Exclusive Class ‘A’ Resort.” This resort is 41 acres and provides over 400 large sites, 5 pools, 6 spas, tennis courts, exercise room, 9-hole putting course, staffed gatehouse, cable tv, 50-amp hookups, and over 1000 palm trees. They advertise wireless internet, but charge $5 per day to “guests” (non-owners). They also advertise an onsite restaurant, but it is closed at this time (until they can find new managers to take over). The first Saturday night we were here, the resort provided a catered party serving BBQ and featuring a live country band ( Stetzen ).

While the onsite restaurant is closed, there is a shopping center across the street with many large and small stores (including a Target and a World Market) and many places to eat (including an In-N-Out Burger and Famous Dave’s BBQ ). The location is just a few miles from the famous Las Vegas Strip . While Las Vegas has a very good bus system , and the resort is fairly close to the strip, it is not convenient to use the bus to get to the strip (it would take about an hour by public bus). It seems that like large cities in the Northeast, the preferred method of transportation is taxicab, and the office has a list of cab companies you can call. Of course, most hotels on the strip have free parking garages available.

Las Vegas Motorcoach Resort gate

Las Vegas Motorcoach Resort gate

We chose to stay in Las Vegas because our family has pointed out that since we began traveling full-time, we always seem to be somewhere else on the holidays. Since I have a brother in Las Vegas, and my parents normally spend Las Vegas at his house, we chose to spend November in Las Vegas and attempt a family holiday over Thanksgiving. We will fly our daughter and grandson out for the holiday, and other relatives will also be here. It is always fun to get 4 generations of the family together (as of last year, we are no longer able to get 5 generations together, but realize how lucky we were that we could do this for several years—not many children get to meet their great-great-grandfather).

While our grandson is here, we plan on taking him to Disneyland (about 4 hours away) and to see Disney’s Broadway presentation of The Lion King (at the Mandalay Bay ); not to mention all of the family activities such as the roller coasters , Hoover Dam , Valley of Fire , and Red Rock Canyon , as well as exploring places like the Forum Shops at Caesar’s Palace and (of course) the Fremont Street Experience downtown. While the resort allows children to visit, the activities are designed for adults, so the entertainment for our grandson will be outside the resort.

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