Online (expedia, kayak, vegas.com, etc)? Travel agent (never used one)?
I'm thinking of taking the wife to Vegas this fall for a week or so. I've been there once and this is her first time. Neither one of us drink or gamble, so at first glance it seems like Vegas might not be for us. However, those of you who've been there know there's a lot to do that isn't boozing, gambling, and whoring.
Anyway, how do you book when you go? I've been looking online and so far the best prices come from sites like Expedia when I select a flight & hotel package. The deals are much better than going to the hotel's website, or trying to get a flight and hotel deal individually. Vegas, as a whole, is pretty cheap when it comes to travel/accommodations. I guess they make their money elsewhere...
I've been told by folks that travel agents can still get you better deals than websites can, although I've never used one.
How many mass shootings in the U.S. kill 19? With our much, much higher population, much easier access to guns and people such as George Soros funding protests (look up the $8,000,000 he spent in Ferguson, MO) we only have had five mass shootings since 1984 with more dead than this knife attack.
It is the crazy with the weapon that is at fault. Not the weapon.