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Rockhounds from novice to expert seeking agate, opal, jasper, and malachite, or searching for petrified wood and fossils, are likely to unearth these treasures in Nevada. Sparsely populated with millions of acres of accessible public lands, Nevada holds geologic wonders. The state's 94 best rockhounding sites are featured in this well-researched guidebook. Includes a list of museums of special geologic interest.    

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Bellagio Hotel & Casino

Rising 36 stories above the Las Vegas Strip and fronted by approximately 1,000 fountains dancing to opera and classical music, the Tuscan style Bellagio is located in Las Vegas, Nev. The Bellagio is connected by walkways to both Caesars Palace and Bally's Las Vegas. Two thousand glass blossoms conceived by renowned artist Dale Chihuly brighten the hotel's grand lobby. Via Bellagio shopes include a host of designer boutiques housed beneath a ceiling of glass and wrought iron. Dining venues include Yellowtail Sushi Restaurant and Bar specializing in sushi, sashimi, tempura and hand rolls. Picasso, a French Mediterranean restaurant with fountain views, has original Picasso oil paintings. Michael Mina hosts his namesake restaurant that serves Mediterannean and California style fare. Le Cirque is an outpost of the famed New York City restaurant. Jasmine offers Cantonese cuisine where the music is synchronized with the Bellagio's famed fountains. Illuminated aqua hued glass, and rich marble, granite, and onyx accents embellish the Spa & Salon at Bellagio. Pampering treatments include LaStone Massage, the Fleurs Garden Aromatherapy Treatment and the Detox Thalasso Seaweed Body Treatment. The Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art exhibits renowned artists' works from museums around the world. Highlighted by citrus and parterre gardens, the nine and one half acre Mediterranean garden oasis is landscaped with fruit and cypress trees, five heated pools and four spa tubs. Rental cabanas feature televisions, telephones, refrigerators, sinks, dining sets, ceiling fans and misting systems.

The Bellagio hotel offers 3,933 guestrooms that afford lake, city, pool or mountain views. Rooms reflect contemporary Mediterranean decor with marble entryways. Beds feature pillowtop mattresses and are dressed with 300 thread count linens. Bathrooms include marble and wood vanities, lighted makeup mirrors, weight scales, telephones, bathrobes, glass enclosed showers and separate bathtubs. Technological enhancements include flat screen televisions, and high speed wired Internet access, for a fee. Guestrooms and suites contain minibars and laptop compatible, in room safes. Select accommodations feature Bose Wave radios, and CD and DVD players. Expert Tip. The Bellagio is best known for the dramatic Fountains at Bellagio water and music show, but the hotel is also home to the world's tallest fountain that consists solely of melted chocolate.

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