Sep 30, 2011

Gulf Coast Honeymoon

If you are planning your honeymoon and have not chosen a destination yet you might consider the Mississippi Gulf Coast. This is like visiting a mini Las Vegas. They have some fabulous hotels there such as the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in the fabulous Beau Rivage Hotel Spar and Casino. The Palace Casino and the Isle Casino very nice also offering great package deals especially if you book during the week.

All of the casino have great buffets at reasonable prices. When visiting the casino be sure to get a players card at each casino as this will entitle you to free play on the slot machine and also other discounts. Being a newlywed you will also find great package deals that will save you money.

Most of the casinos have Las Vegas type shows and concerts some of them are put on free of charge the others are reasonably priced. The Mississippi Gulf Coast as a wide variety of seafood such as oysters and shrimp caught daily in the local waters there's nothing better than eating fresh seafood from the gulf. So call your travel agent and have them investigate the great package deals you can get on the MS. Gulf Coast. You will have a honeymoon you will never forget.

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