How does this sound to you folks? 3,640 rooms, 174,000 square feet of casino space, 283,000 square feet of convention space, 2,000 slot machines, 212 table games, a theater of 6,265 square feet, a 5 acre pool and park complex, a music museum with 86,000 exhibits, and, to top it all off, a new hotel tower in the shape of a guitar. Is all of that large enough for you folks? It all will be constructed no sooner than 2024 by the Hard Rock Hotel group, which is owned by the Seminole Tribe of Florida. I know they can afford anything they want. Why? They own the only gambling places in Florida, on tribal land. And, by the way, it is the only , repeat only, native American tribe that was never defeated and never signed a peace treaty with the U.S. Osceola died a long time ago (1838), and a lot of them were deported to Oklahoma Territory, but the few in Florida kept going, until, finally, the U.S. caved and left them be. (Image: Hard Rock International) http://www.lasvegasvisitor.com, http://www.hardrock.com
We are very interested in helping local artists, and this expensive space is a donation. We have three interesting books for this month. They are:Nevada a Strange State, Silveropolis and The Great Lake Mead Water Caper. They are available on Amazon. Every penny from a book sale will go to the artist. We thank you for your help.