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Start Your Trip Off Right with the AAA Travel Service in Wilmington, NC
Don’t let your next trip get sabotaged before it has even started. A AAA Travel Specialist at the Military Cutoff office in Wilmington can take all the worry and uncertainty out of your trip planning. Whether you have something special in mind or you’re looking to stretch your dollars with a featured vacation package, these travel professionals have the knowledge and resources to find the perfect fit for you. It could be a family vacation, romantic getaway, or the adventure of a lifetime. It’s also easy to make arrangements for any specialized traveling needs your party may have.
That said, professional trip planning isn’t the only reason to seek out AAA travel services. You can also take advantage of AAA travel discounts and trip support should any issues come up during your travels.
Don’t wait any longer to contact the AAA Military Cutoff travel agency. Swing by the office at 1520 Military Cutoff Rd., Ste. 302, Wilmington, NC 28403 or give us a call at (910) 679-1440 to discuss your next trip.
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Gambler’s Paradise: Top Places to Take your Chances
Gaming comes in all forms: from slots to bingo, poker to table games. Whether you are traveling the Caribbean or driving cross-country, you can easily access a casino or bingo hall. The U.S.A. has over 1,500 legal gaming institutions today, nearly 500 of which are owned by 240 federally recognized Native tribes. With so many options available, how do you decide where to begin? AAA travel is your first stop.
Nevada has great casinos, incredible scenery, skiing, and fantastic shopping! Contact your AAA travel agent about this great Reno Getaway. Customize your trip with an agent to add Lake Tahoe to your travel itinerary and ski for the day!
The famed Paris Las Vegas Hotel & Resort is home to a great casino, known for their craps game. Check out this three-night trip from AAA travel and get ready for the time of your life. While you are there, dine in their 50-story Eiffel Tower replica for a memory of a lifetime!
Of course, you cannot talk about gambling in the U.S. without mentioning Atlantic City. Caesars has the latest and greatest in AC video poker games and slot machines galore. Try the table games there, too. If you tire of this casino, take in one of the incredible shows.
Foxwoods Resort and Casinos in Mashantucket, Connecticut is North America's largest gaming resort. Included at Foxwoods are AAA four star accommodations, fine dining and express restaurants, award winning golf, and six casinos. You can indulge at one of their spa locations after a long day of slots or slip off for a day of shopping, followed by a gourmet dinner. Foxwoods is a premier casino and resort, owned by the Mashantucket Pequot tribe. Since 1988, the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act limits states' ability to forbid gambling on tribal land and reservations.
Harrah's Cherokee Hotel and Casino is located near the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, right here in North Carolina. The casino includes black jack games, roulette, craps, video and live poker games, slots, and much more. Mention your AAA membership and save 10% or more on accomodations–more money to spend at the tables! With 150,000 feet of gaming, Harrah's is a gambler's paradise.
The Caribbean has over 200 casinos, that have become huge travel destinations. The Atlantis Paradise Island & Resort Casino, located in the Bahamas, beckons the gambler and traveler within. Cruise ship gambling has its own allure–most gamblers on cruise ships aren't high rollers, and just want to have a little extra fun aboard a cruise ship. Gambling is permitted on-board when a ship is twelve miles from port. Depending on a country's laws, however, a docked ship may not be able to have casinos open.
Travel insurance is something you should discuss with your trusted AAA Travel agent. With travel insurance, the unexpected travel interruption doesn't have to be such a burden. Keep in mind that travel insurance does not cover any losses incurred from gambling! Losing and winning are part of the adventure. Call 1-800-444-8691, and stop by our web site to make sure you have the right coverage so you can relax and enjoy your time away!