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Drive the following day down to Louisville, Kentucky. There's poker at the Greektown casino -- also good food nearby. I'd head up to Minneapolis, stopping in Chicago to see the sights if you'd like. That being the case, here's your itinerary. I'd leave the next morning for Arizona on route 10, playing at Desert Diamond and Casino Del Sol and any other rooms I could find in Tucson before heading north to Phoenix to play at Casino Arizona, Gila River, and any other rooms in easy driving distance. Worth seeing just for the novelty of it. Head south the following day and go to St. You could drive south to Biloxi, Gulfport, and New Orleans. It's a place you can easily navigate on foot. If you like the college scene, you can stop in Columbia, Missouri en route. Louis has river boats you can gamble on. I'd then drive the next day, all day, through the desert to Carson City, Lake Tahoe, Reno, and Sparks, -- making sure to hit the Carson Valley Inn for Stud8, Harveys for some big action, the Peppermill because of the crowds and the great restaurants, the Eldorado for the stud, and all the 25 or so other great places just for the variety of it all. I'd make sure to stop at one of the tribally run truck stops for some freshly baked bread -- to fatten me up during the long drives in between cities. I'd finish up at Barona, where I've never been, and finally the Village Club in Chula Vista -- making sure to ask for the dealer's favorite Mexican restaurant nearby for a good dinner. Take your pick from Harrah's, Ameristar, and the new one that I can't name. Stay there for the day and play poker at night across the river in Elizabeth, Indiana. I'd drive the next day to Albuquerque, playing at Casino 66 and then Isleta. George Utah to delay my drive into Mesquite until it was time for the sun to set -- a gorgeous drive. I'd stop in Mesquite to play at one of the poker rooms there, and maybe stay the night. Head west and stop at the Isle of Capri in Booneville. IN my enthusiasm to spell out my favorite idea for a trip I did not really answer your question. I'd then work my way up the interstate to BMernalillo to play at the casino there, and then to Camel Rock and Buffalo Thunder -- a new and large room that is supposed to be great. If you feel like more poker in the area you can play near Cincinatti though it probably would have made sense to stop there on your drive from Detroit , or you can drive inland a bit to French Lick to play at their poker room call first and make sure they have a game. Here's my itinerary: I'd fly to Las Vegas, largely because flights to there are so cheap. Spend a full day there. It's a nice little room in a nice little town. You were looking for a coast to coast trip -- especially places other than LV and AC. TUlsa, by the way, is a neat city with two great art museums and music at night to recommend it.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Forum Rules. But I suggest you drive to Tulsa, Oklahoma and play in the big Cherokee casino there. Second trip Well, I've just reread your question. There's also the Presidential -- a depressing one on a boat. There's a poker room near CHicago on the Indiana side of the border with Illinois. Help Remember Me? It's now probably 14 days or so into your trip. And of course there are great blues clubs and great bar b q restaurants. Head south to Tunica Mississippi. I'd be sure to stop in St. Join Date Dec Posts If you also wanted to do some sight seeing I would suggest both St. They have a new room that also boasts sporting events like the US Billiard Championship. I think I'm now in the middle of week three of my five week excursion -- about the halfway point. Drive the next day to Detroit. Join Date Jul Posts 9. I've only played poker in Vegas and Atlantic City, so would like to hear about other cool places, and what might be a fun route. Play on the American side if you can't wait, or proceed right over the border for the nicer view of the falls and the bigger and better action at Fallsview -- one of the very nicest poker rooms in Canada and right near some great views. I'd return to Las Vegas the next day. New Posts - Advanced Search. I'd start up the next day by driving over the mountains to Soboba, ideally for their morning tournament, and then on to Lake Elsinore a fun pit of a place with an extraordinarily cheap motel, and then Pechanga a beautiful if under utilized room. After 4 or 5 days of playing and eating mammoth Basque dinners when I got tired of playing I'd drive into California and up to San Francisco. You can work your way across the state playing in rooms, at a pace that you'd enjoy. Tunica has five poker rooms. Visit them all. For me, variety is the spice of life. You should next drive to Niagra Falls. While there, please stop in on my brother Lee's mystery cafe dinner theater. Memphis is home to a great walk in the Mississippi River it's on a little island -- you're not actually walking on water. We'd have dinner in Boston's Chinatown. There are also other good visits for the eager tourist -- like the largest museum in the world for baseball bats. I'd surely try my hand at Mexican Poker at the Bike -- trying to hit it the night of some tournament. If I was ahead of schedule and the day was clear I'd work my way over to the tram to the top of Sandia Mountain for one of the most beautiful views in the world. You'll have the distinction of being the only person you've ever met other than me who has played there. I'd time things so I could see my in-laws in Santa Fe. If time remained I'd visit any of the rooms I hadn't visited, like Red Rock and the Green Valley Ranch, during my initial time in the city. You're a brit, so you probably like boxing. Day 1 visit me in Boston. Louis you can visit the world famous Archway then gamble at Harrahs and also St. The poker isn't all that great these days, but it's right off the highway. Ashley Adams. In St. I'd take you to a nice home game to start your trip off right. I'd end up on the coast again at Oceans 11 in Oceanside. The Horseshoe and the Gold Strike are the two most active -- but all have something to recommend them. Make sure to hit Norman, just south of Oklahoma City. So I'd head down to San Diego and the environs -- checking out the latest action at the two large Indian casinos -- Sychuan, and Viejas, then hitting Lucky Lady and, for some good high limit action, the Palomar just a couple of blocks away. If neither had poker I'd just enjoy a couple of hours of cruising through two or three great local Mexican restaurants before calling it a night. It's about an hour or so south of Memphis Tennassee. Detroit is much maligned these days, and there's a high unemmployment rate, but it's worth a visit. There are a bunch of poker rooms in the area. I'd stay in the city for the night, going to the locally famous speakeasy for a great steak dinner. While you're in Louisville visit the Muhammed Ali museum. And then I'd drive home -- ready for a vacation. I'd head further south through the mountains stoping at Pala, the other poker room with a P Patuit? I'd plan on a good three days of play in LA, hitting the biggest games in the world at the Commerce, stud at Hollywood Park and, I hope at the Bike -- though I might have to settle for some stud8. You might try to time your stops to coincide with any of the numerous tournaments they have. I'd head up north through Taos and play the next day at the three or four casinos I could find in the Denver Area, and then head back west toward Las Vegas. I'd drive up toward Santa Fe the next morning, stopping first at Sandia where they always have action, even in the early hours of the day. So I'd focus more on quantity than quality. It's filled with decent restaurants, museums, and campus life and probably lots of low limit poker in dorm rooms everywhere. I'd play in that area for a couple of days, making sure to stop at Lucky Chances for some no fold'em hold'em. Take a room there if you'd like -- it's not too pricey -- or have your pick from a few dozen other places, all eager for tourist business especially if it's not the peak weeks in the summer. The next day you'd drive to Foxwoods and then Mohegan Sun -- they're 15 minutes apart. Once in Minneapolis you'll find the spacious Canterbury and a couple of other smaller casinos in the area within an hour's drive. Why not? Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 10 of Join Date Feb Posts 6, I'm genuinely interested in doing such a trip. I'll comp you a ticket if he won't though he probably will -- he's a generous guy. There's also poker as you head west at the Casino Aztar.