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Vegas with children

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We are considering a November weekend getaway to Vegas with our 4 year old son. Thinking of staying at the Mirage and have a growing list of things to do with him - circus, shows, indoor amusement park etc. Two questions; 1) is there any other centrally located hotel you would recommend over Mirage, and why? and 2) if we wanted to have a better dinner, is it possible with a child? Do the better restaurants and diners frown on children if you go early, for instance? We just want to understand how limiting it's going to be for us.

As background, we're in our 40's, and neither of us really cares about gambling, so the "sin" part of our visit doesn't really matter to us. Eating really good meals, though, would. Thanks in advance for any thoughts you might have.

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