LAS VEGAS – The Bellagio, a well-known hotel on the Las Vegas Strip, has removed trees that were previously planted in front of its fountains to make room for grandstands that will be utilized during the upcoming Las Vegas Grand Prix. The event, which is set to take place from November 16th to 18th, is expected to attract a large number of visitors to the “Entertainment Capital of the World.”
The Las Vegas Grand Prix will feature a 3.8-mile track that will pass by world-famous landmarks, casinos, and hotels, with drivers reaching speeds of up to 212 mph. To ensure the best possible experience for attendees, MGM Resorts has stated that the removal of the trees is part of their efforts to enhance visibility, mobility, pedestrian access, and safety for the event.
According to MGM Resorts, some of the trees will be relocated to local parks, while others will be replanted in front of the resort in December. This move is expected to have a positive impact on the environment as well as the overall aesthetic of the area.
While the removal of the trees may come as a disappointment to some, it is important to note that this change is part of the preparations for the upcoming Las Vegas Grand Prix. As such, it is expected to have a positive impact on the event and ensure that attendees have an enjoyable and memorable experience.
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