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    City Layout of Las Vegas
    City Layout of Las Vegas
    The two most identified area of Las Vegas are the Strip and Downtown. The strip is the most famous four mile road in the US. Most first time visitors will spend most of their time on the Strip getting to know the way it works. It has the most top hotels of any other road in the US. The South strip is that portion of the Strip that has the MGM Grand, Mandelay Bay, Luxor, and Monte Carlo. Don't overlook the New York New York with its Manhattan skyline. The Mid strip has Bellagio, Caesar's Palace, The Mirage and Treasure…
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    Las Vegas Vacation Tips for First Timers
    Las Vegas Vacation Tips for First Timers
    First time in Las Vegas? Vegas is the entertainment capital of the world – there’s no other place like it. But if you’ve never been there before, you could end up missing the best Vegas has to offer or worse – spending more money than you’d planned. If you’re booking your first Las Vegas vacation, the following tips will save you time, money and frustration. Vacation Tip #1: Book Your Vegas Package Early Try to make your reservations and ticket purchases at least 21 days before your trip. Some fares require an advance purchase of 3, 7, 14, or 21…
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    Tipping in Las Vegas
    Tipping in Las Vegas
    Being the money making location Las Vegas is, it only makes sense that everyone is out to get their share of the pie. Tipping is expected in certain circumstances and venues. Here is a list of people and tips they are expecting to receive: Hotel bellhops get $1 per bag, unless man bags, then $2-3 per bag. Chamber staff get $1-2 a day, unless you have a pet or made a big mess. Tip the doorman or concierge only if they have given you specific information about something you want to do or see. Valet parking attendant should get $1…
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