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Old 05-15-2013, 08:58 PM
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Thanks everyone.
We're all looking forward to the trip. My wife and I are going to spend some time early in the week looking at different apartments as we're still considering a move soon. The main focus of our trip will be on the strip but we're looking forward to a nice, quiet, relaxing afternoon at the lake.

Originally Posted by Buzz123 View Post
Just curious: are you confusing the small Lake Las Vegas with Lake Mead which is a stones throw from Lake LV? Lake Mead is behind Hoover Dam (originally Boulder Dam), and is the largest man-made lake in the western Hemisphere. Lake Las Vegas is a small, private, lake, Lake Mead is in a very large National Recreation Area.

You can cover the shops at Lake Las Vegas in about 20 to 30 minutes. There are a few good eateries there though. When Ravella was the Ritz Carlton they had high tea. Don't think Ravella does that though. Dining at the Village - Ravella Lake Las Vegas - Las Vegas Nevada Restaurants
I don't think it's so much confusing between the two, I know the difference between Lake Mead and Lake LV, I just might not have the right idea of Lake LV. I thought it was much bigger. You're probably right to an extent though, I kinda thought there would be more water activities there, so to that end I was probably confusing it with Mead.
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Old 05-25-2013, 10:24 AM
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Can anyone recommend a cable and internet provider for LLV? I just bought into Bergamo and COX says they don't service that area. thanks
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Old 06-02-2013, 11:16 PM
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If Cox doesn't cover that area, you can get Internet and tv thru Centurylink. Or you can just get your DSL line from them and get tv with Directv or Dish.
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Old 08-07-2013, 03:10 PM
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Default Cable and Internet provider

We also bought at Bergamo. We have Lake Las Vegas Communication for our provider. So far we are happy with it.
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