Crazy, Crazy, Crazy is a side quest in Fallout: New Vegas. Upon approaching Neil's shack or Black Mountain from Hidden Valley, a super mutant named Neil runs up and starts dialogue. He will say that a super mutant named Tabitha has taken over Black Mountain. One of her rules is that no humans are welcome in the area, and any that approach should be shot on sight. This will automatically start.
In terms of extreme sports, Vietnam’s scattered communities are still in their infancy. There’s some skateboarding, a few surfers and a devoted following of rock climbers, but not a whole lot else. Vietnamese people don’t really gravitate to dangerous hobbies because they get all the thrills they need just from driving.There are ways to get a bit crazy in the country though.
Take an exotic car for a spin on the Las Vegas Motor Speedway and drive a Ferrari or Lamborghini for the day. Experience a 60-second free fall through the sky after jumping out of a plane on a tandem skydive over the open landscape. Get an eagle's-eye view as you zipline through Bootleg Canyon at speeds reaching up to 50 miles (80 kilometers) per hour. Shoot a machine gun at exploding targets.
Las Vegas is chock full of excitement with a variety of activities sure to please every visitor. If you and your spouse are planning a trip to Las Vegas to celebrate an upcoming anniversary, this city provides plenty of romantic options for a night neither of you will soon forget. Consider having dinner at the Stratosphere's Top of the World restaurant, getting a spa treatment for couples a.
Pete “Big Elvis” Vallee is a Las Vegas staple with his Elvis impersonation. His tribute shows happen at Harrah’s Piano Bar multiple times a week! Other tribute bands include Legends in Concert and Motown Extreme. But there are all genres of Las Vegas shows. Blue Man Group gives a unique sound and visual performance as not-quite-a-band and not-quite-dancers.
About 100 kilometers (65 miles) north of Las Vegas is the Nevada Test Site, where over 100 above-ground nuclear tests were conducted between 1952 and 1962, when the Nuclear Test Ban Treaty was ratified. Las Vegas in the early 50s was home to several casinos, but did not yet draw tourists from every corner of the globe.
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You can expect to see many strange things in Las Vegas, but you might not expect to see jousting. Inside the Excalibur, the Tournament of Kings provides a classic dinner theatre entertainment suitable for the entire family. Ticket prices include the three-course meal that comes with the show, but there is an option to buy a dinnerless ticket as well. If you arrive early, you can catch the open.