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Within a half day's drive of Las Vegas are some of the most fascinating places on Earth. David Bert invites you to experience some of the more unusual stops Along the Way. Sponsored by the Clark County Credit Union.In August 2007 National Geographic Adventure named Las Vegas - #1 Place to Live and Play. Mentioned in the article is Dave Bert who also leads day trips at Red Rock Casino. Read about why Las Vegas is #1. Send your comments to email@example.com.
Planning a trip to the Utah Shakespearean Festival? David Bert takes us through 'orientation'.
There's a great place to see exotic sharks and other aquatic creatures..and you don't have to go far to find them.
If Shakespeare is your goal, make a stop at Zion National Park and try the Taylor Creek Trail.
The ongoing environmental studies at the Las Vegas Springs Preserve include small mammal surveys. Fieldwork includes the discovery of the desert pocket mouse.
Originally the Lincoln County Courthouse was to cost $26,400, but by the time the corrupt politicians were done it cost nearly $1,000,000.
You don't have to go far to join David Bert and Paula Francis for this week's trip...and we're sure you'll 'Luvit'.
The Getty Center in Los Angeles is a short drive from Las Vegas, and offers an amazing collection.
Take a hike along the Bristlecone Pine Trail on Mt. Charleston.
Like many Nevada ghost towns, Manhattan was once the site of several thriving goldmines. When the mines played out, the town nearly disappeared.
Located 27 miles south of Hoover Dam, Keepers of the Wild is home and safe haven for exotic animals.