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Thursday, June 6, 2013

Get Out of Town! Mesquite Travel Deal

Posted By on June 6, 2013, 10:10 PM

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Just over the border from St.George, Mesquite is a great place for a quick getaway, but coming from clear up in Salt Lake City, it's not always easy to get make the roundtrip in time. Mesquite's casinos have banded together to provide a hassle-free experience in getting there from Salt Lake City. --- Fly from SLC to St. George, with a shuttle that takes you to the Casablanca Resort and Casino for a two-night stay. Flights leave throughout the day on Friday, and return you by Sunday evening, making a quick weekend getaway a snap.

Starting as low as $350 for two people, the package includes a round trip flight from SLC to St. George, with service and baggage handling to and from the St. George airport. Once you're in Mesquite, there's tons to do: Play golf at the Casablanca or the Palms Golf Club, or if the spa is more your speed, you can instead visit the Casablanca Resort's spa for a facial, massage, or salon pedicure. Casino-credit deals are also available. What are you waiting for? Get out of town!

The Travel Tramps write about their treks near and far in City Weekly and host the Travel Brigade Radio Show. Follow them on Twitter @TravelBrigade.

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